Get in Early! 3 Stocks Poised for 10X Returns

  • Operational profitability is a common fundamental among all stocks listed, indicating their ability to derive solid market value.
  • Inseego (INSG): It achieved positive adjusted EBITDA despite GAAP net loss, marking the fifth consecutive quarter of profitability.
  • Intapp (INTA): The company experienced significant growth, with cloud ARR representing strong market demand.
  • BTCS (BTCS): It entered Ethereum block-building operations to diversify revenue streams and capture a larger market share.
Stocks to Buy - Get in Early! 3 Stocks Poised for 10X Returns


The search for stocks to buy in the ever-changing world of stock market investing is like trying to find buried treasures that might change someone’s financial destiny. These stocks are highly potent because of their capacity to produce significant wealth. That may result from sharp fundamentals and strategic planning rather than random luck. Amidst the plethora of possibilities available to investors, a few organizations distinguish themselves with a special combination of attributes that perfectly match the wealth creation goals.

These companies are unique because of their core characteristics, which allow them to deliver 10X returns. They have all the makings of outstanding investment prospects, from steady profitability and strong growth trajectories to creative market positioning and tactics.

Every stock on this exclusive list is an edge toward financial success. Their industry positioning, strategic objectives and performance measures make them contenders for being named among the exclusive group of stocks to buy.

Inseego (INSG)

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One of the top suppliers of 5G and intelligent IoT device-to-cloud solutions is Inseego (NASDAQ:INSG). Inseego derived a positive adjusted EBITDA of $3.8 million for Q1 of 2024 despite a $4.5 million GAAP net loss.

Further, this quarter’s positive adjusted EBITDA is the sixth straight. It demonstrates the capacity to turn a profit from operations. 38.7% was one of the greatest non-GAAP gross margin percentages in Q1. A shift in the top-line mix toward higher-margin offerings was the main catalyst of this growth.

Additionally, Inseego had $12.3 million in cash in Q1, a significant increase from the year-end (2023). The company’s high cash position allowed it to voluntarily pay off and terminate its asset-based lending (ABL) facility. A sizable prepayment was received in April. The ABL facility’s termination drastically cut interest costs and gave room to investigate alternative funding arrangements.

Lastly, Inseego has upbeat projections for Q2 of 2024, with an estimated adjusted EBITDA between $6.5 and $7.5 million. Overall, Inseego’s steady profitability, positive adjusted EBITDA, and focus on seizing the edge in the quickly developing 5G and IoT industries support its mark on the stocks to buy list.

Intapp (INTA)

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Software provider Intapp (NASDAQ:INTA) provides cloud-based solutions to the financial and professional services sectors. With a substantial 33% year-over-year (YOY) rise, Intapp’s cloud Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) reached $274.2 million in Q3, a notable gain.

Additionally, the ARR for Cloud accounted for 72% of the entire ARR, which was $382.7 million. This suggests a deliberate effort to move customers to cloud-based solutions, often providing scalability and more consistent income streams. The significant increase in cloud ARR indicates a robust market demand for Intapp’s cloud services, setting up the business for high growth in this area.

Moreover, Q3 sales totaled $110.6 million, a significant 20% YOY increase. The main drivers of this expansion were sales of cloud solutions and the rise in subscription licensing income. In particular, SaaS and support revenue increased YOY by 22% to $80.8 million. This suggests that new and current customers are keenly interested in Intapp’s software-as-a-service products.

To sum up, Intapp is positioned as a possible stock to buy with excellent long-term growth prospects due to its strategy of concentrating on moving clients to cloud-based solutions and its high top-line growth.


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Blockchain technology startup BTCS (NASDAQ:BTCS) specializes in digital assets and cryptocurrencies. At $12.3 million, the company’s bottom-line for Q1 of 2024 saw a vital rise of 148% from Q1 of 2023 and 13% over Q4 of 2023.

The considerable increase in net income reflects the company’s outstanding operational performance and sharp expenditure management. Moreover, considering how little time passed between Q1 of 2023 and Q1 of 2024, this rise is quite vital. It demonstrates BTCS’s capacity to grow its profitability quickly.

Further, BTCS reported cash and cryptocurrency values of $39.4 million as of March 2024, a stunning 91% YOY rise. The massive rise in the value of cash and cryptocurrency indicates BTCS’s capacity to produce and hold onto large amounts of capital.

Additionally, BTCS made leads into Ethereum block-building activities. This strategic move is meant to broaden its top-line and capitalize on the expanding Ethereum market. These efforts are reflected in the introduction of its “Builder+” brand.

Overall, BTCS demonstrates net income development, outstanding cash and cryptocurrency value, and sharp moves in the Ethereum ecosystem.

On the date of publication, Yiannis Zourmpanos did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.

Yiannis Zourmpanos is the founder of Yiazou Capital Research, a stock-market research platform designed to elevate the due diligence process through in-depth business analysis.

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