Two Mid-Cap Stocks Poised to Drive Market Growth in 2024 - Kalkine Media

November 30, 2023 07:20 AM EST | By Team Kalkine Media
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Amid higher interest rates and economic uncertainties, several mid-cap stocks on the TSX (Toronto Stock Exchange) have encountered challenges. Despite their choppier performance, mid-cap stocks, typically in the $1–5 billion range, present significant growth potential and can serve as valuable additions to a diversified portfolio. Here are two TSX mid-cap stocks that could potentially lead the way for the TSX Index in the coming year and beyond.

1. Jamieson Wellness (TSX: JWEL)

Jamieson Wellness, with a market cap of $1.2 billion, operates in the vitamins, minerals, and supplements industry. While this sector may seem commoditized, Jamieson's longstanding presence and strong brand differentiate it from competitors. The company has rebounded, gaining nearly 33% from its October lows. Despite a trailing price-to-earnings ratio of 26.6, the stock's growth potential, especially in Asian markets, could justify a higher valuation. Jamieson's focus on wellness and supplements positions it for sustained growth.

2. Badger Infrastructure Solutions (TSX: BDGI)

Formerly known as Badger Daylighting, Badger Infrastructure Solutions specializes in mobile hydrovac soil excavation, providing non-destructive excavation services, particularly for the energy industry. Despite a historical period of dormancy, Badger's recent climb of around 50% year-to-date indicates positive momentum. The company's unique niche and improving industry landscape contribute to its growth potential. With a trailing price-to-earnings ratio of 27.7, Badger remains reasonably priced as its fundamentals strengthen.

The Bottom Line

Mid-cap stocks, while more volatile, present promising opportunities for younger investors seeking long-term growth. Jamieson Wellness and Badger Infrastructure Solutions stand out as mid-cap plays with substantial potential and room for future growth. As these companies navigate evolving market conditions, their unique positions within their respective industries could drive market growth in 2024 and beyond.


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