2 Stocks for Your Watchlist Today

In this video from Thursday's Investor Beat, host Chris Hill, and Motley Fool analysts Taylor Muckerman and Evan Niu, sift through the noise to shine some investing light on the biggest news stories from the market today.

In this segment, Taylor and Evan tell investors why Micron Technology and ExxonMobil have caught their eye this week. Micron exploded 240% this year; Evan takes a look at what's been driving this stock upward, while Taylor takes a look at Exxon's energy outlook projections out to 2040.

Invest in America's energy boom
Record oil and natural gas production is revolutionizing the United States' energy position. Finding the right plays while historic amounts of capital expenditures are flooding the industry will pad your investment nest egg. For this reason, the Motley Fool is offering a comprehensive look at three energy companies set to soar during this transformation in the energy industry. To find out which three companies are spreading their wings, check out the special free report, "3 Stocks for the American Energy Bonanza." Don't miss out on this timely opportunity; click here to access your report -- it's absolutely free. 


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