Enhance your returns with aggressive stocks: Saputo, Leon’s Furniture and Linamar

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Top aggressive stocks can deliver stronger gains than conservative picks. We especially like the long-term prospects of these three high-quality aggressive picks, and we see two of them as buys for right now. Note, however, we continue to recommend that aggressive stocks, with inherently greater risk, make up no more than a third of your overall portfolio. Conservative stocks should continue to comprise the bulk of your holdings. SAPUTO INC. $34 is still a hold. The company (Toronto symbol SAP; Aggressive Growth Portfolio, Consumer sector; Shares outstanding: 408.0 million; Market cap: $13.9 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 0.9; Dividend yield: 2.0%; TSINetwork Rating: Average; www.saputo.com) is Canada’s largest producer of dairy products, including milk, butter and cheese. It also operates dairies in the U.S., Australia, the U.K. and Argentina. The company often uses acquisitions of dairy businesses outside of Canada to fuel its growth. In 2019, it paid $248.1 million for the specialty cheese business of Australia’s Lion-Dairy & Drinks and $2.1 billion for U.K.-based Dairy…

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