Topic: Growth Stocks

Stock Pickers Digest Hotline – Friday, August 7, 2015

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WESTJET AIRLINES LTD., $24.07, symbol WJA on Toronto, has announced that its pilots have rejected plans to form a union, with 55% voting against and 45% in favour. The result follows a June 2015 vote in which 82% of the company’s almost 3,000 flight attendants approved a new five-year work agreement. That deal was important because it ended a unionization drive some flight attendants started more than a year ago. The company has a great hidden asset in its non-union workforce, as many flyers find that it provides friendlier service than they get from unionized airlines. WestJet also benefits from the fact that most of its employees are shareholders. WestJet is still a buy. WestJet was recently covered in the Stock Pickers Digest Hotline for July 31, 2015. Click here to access it. WestJet was recently covered in the Stock Pickers Digest Hotline for June 19, 2015. Click here to access it. ACI WORLDWIDE INC., $22.68, symbol ACIW on Nasdaq, makes software that processes transactions involving…

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