LinkedIn, Dollar Tree and Potash are in, and Cree,Dollar General and Netflix are out.
Morgan Stanley analysts Tuesday published a new list of their 25 favorite secular growth stocks.
In the note, Morgan says its basket of stocks are companies its analysts believe will grow in almost any macro environment. Their premise is that growth stocks tend to outperform in a slowing economy, where there are low to moderate earnings revisions and a flattening yield curve.
Morgan says its previous 25-stock list, published Sept. 20, 2010, outperformed with an average 26.6 percent gain, versus the 5.4 percent rise in the S&P 500 .
Also dropped from the list were Allergan,Crown Castle, Fortinet, Green Dot Corp, Intuit, Priceline, PMC Sierra and Whole Foods.
Other newcomers are Accretive Health, American Tower, Atlas Energy, Cerner, Nielsen Holdings, LPL Investment Holdings,Lululemon Athletica, Shutterfly, Sirona Dental Systems, The Fresh Market and Verisk Analytics.
Some stocks that keep their place on the list include Apple , MasterCard , Amazon.com , Chipotle and VMWare .
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