America’s industries are coming back. In addition to being welcome news for workers and local economies, this sea change is a paramount opportunity for savvy investors looking to reap the profits.
This coming industrial renaissance is founded on the U.S. energy complex; on top of that brickwork is fracking and shale oil and gas, a subset of energy. Fracked gas is driving U.S. growth of core industrial companies that are benefitting from cheap shale gas. These core facilities will shrink the supply chain and lower the costs for the manufacturers of finished goods. Finally, American soil managed by American farmers is the most productive in the world. Going forward, agriculture is one of the best investing opportunities created by this renaissance due to falling costs of production – in turn, driven by the falling cost of energy.
The Boston Consulting Group projects that as early as 2015, U.S. manufacturers will be positioned with a robust 10%-15% cost advantage over manufacturing rivals in Europe and Japan. And new U.S. industrial facilities are in the works. Five years ago, fewer than 10 major industrial facilities were in the planning or permitting phase in the U.S., says the American Chemistry Council. Today, more than 115 are in development.
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The manufacturing boom is delivering significant opportunities for investors.
Here are 6 great stocks made in America — just a few of the companies leading the U.S. industrial renaissance — plus links to more top stocks in energy, manufacturing, core industries and agriculture: