The Top 25

A stunning 37 of this year's fast-growers come from the energy sector, and metals companies make a strong showing, too, thanks to high commodities prices. Meanwhile, other seemingly fleeting trends - like energy drinks - proved to have surprising staying power. We evaluate each company based on three years of revenue and profit growth as well as total return.

Titanium Metals <span class='quoteLink'>(<a href='/quote/quote.html?symb=TIE'>TIE</a>)</span>
5. Titanium Metals (TIE)
Dallas, TX

Earnings-per-share growth*: 151%
Revenue growth*: 48%
Total return*: 140%

Metal producer saw big demand for strong, light alloys for Rolls-Royce's jet engines.

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*3-year annual rate
Source: Zacks Investment Research


Hansen Natural

Arena Resources

Intuitive Surgical

Titanium Metals


RTI International Metals

Dynamic Materials

Southern Copper

Global Industries

Frontier Oil

Allegheny Technologies


VASCO Data Security International



SEACOR Holdings

Pioneer Drilling

McMoRan Copper & Gold

Kansas City Southern


Grey Wolf

Allscripts Healthcare Solutions

XTO Energy

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