You’ve identified and bought a stock that you believe is undervalued. Now, the critical question becomes how long do you wait for that undervalued stock to recover to fair value and reward you? Noting that “the unfortunate truth is that the required timeframe often can or will try the investor’s patience beyond what they can tolerate”, the author of today’s article attempts to establish some expectations – and offers several examples illustrating how undervalued stocks can still reward investors even before recovering to fair value. For more, CLICK HERE.
The company behind WeWork is expected to go public later this year, possibly as soon as the next few weeks, and, as the author of today’s article observes, “Investors predict it will change the world as we know it—or be a money-losing disaster—seemingly with little middle ground. And it indeed has the perfect ingredients for debate: A sky-high valuation, a lack of profits, impressive growth, and an unconventional, effusive founder.” So what’s the most bullish case for WeWork – and the most bearish case? CLICK HERE.
Oil – and energy stocks – tumbled in the wake of escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China – and the fundamental outlook for crude may not provide much reason for optimism, with one analyst cited in today’s article declaring that, with all things pointing to oversupply in the market, “I think there’s really nothing I can look at except maybe a calamity in the Persian Gulf that would drive oil up.” Against this backdrop, one market expert is “suggesting an unconventional way to play the oil and energy space.” For more, CLICK HERE.
A “rare phenomenon brewing in the stock market right now” may be setting up a “once in a decade” opportunity, according to a JPMorgan quantitative strategist. More specifically, this opportunity stems from the record level of divergence between stock groups (value/cyclical stocks and low volatility/defensive stocks) – a level that the analysts declares “is much more significant even when compared to the dot-com bubble valuations of late ’90s.” For more, CLICK HERE.
While everything appears to be falling into place for the North American marijuana industry to be an unprecedented growth opportunity, today’s article notes that, when it comes to individual cannabis companies, “Over the past seven months, three marijuana stocks have gone from having the full support of their shareholders to having partially or completely destroyed that faith in management.” For these three pot stocks that have gone from popping with promise to problem-plagued – including the firm the author singles out as “the train wreck of all train wrecks” – CLICK HERE.
Despite the market’s recent drop brought on by concerns over escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China, it is hard for investors to find value plays amongst stocks. There is, however, still value to be had – and today’s article highlights three undervalued stocks to consider. Among them is a mid-cap stock carving out a niche in what the author notes “is the fastest-growing space within the pharmaceutical industry”: oncology. For more on these three value stocks, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to having some portfolio insurance against the next financial upheaval (whatever or whenever that may be), precious metals can fill this need like nothing else. With both gold and silver currently available at bargain prices, which may be the smarter buy right now? While the author of today’s article recommends holding a small amount of both metals, he is advocating strongly for one in particular. For more – including an important lesson for precious metals investors from the financial downfall of the once richest man in the world – CLICK HERE.
Among the hot IPOs expected this year are the two biggest ride share companies in the country: Uber and Lyft. While Lyft is targeting an IPO valuation of $20 billion to $25 billion, Uber could be worth more than $120 billion. What are investors to make of these two IPOs, which will undoubtedly generate much hype? For some possible clues as to how these IPOs might perform, the author of today’s article looks at how the 157 IPOs that have taken place in the past 12 months have delivered (or failed to deliver) for investors. For more, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article sees this current period as the early innings of the “end of the oil age” and advises that, “For those who want to own oil stocks, there are certain oil stocks that could give total returns approaching doubles and triples in the next several years.” After outlining a number of key points regarding oil for investors to be aware of now and going forward, he highlights his “dirty dozen” favorite oil stocks for 2019 – eight oil producers in the Permian Basin and four oil plays in other regions. For more, CLICK HERE.
Unlike other industries (including oil and gas), there has been little innovation in the mining industry in recent decades, with one group of analysts observing that “miners from 50 years ago would find little has changed if they entered today’s mines….” One company, however, is looking to reverse this trend, a firm the author of today’s article describes as “a first-of-its-kind quant shop that aims to use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to revolutionize the mineral exploration business.” For more on this company, which also uses AI to screen for the best investment opportunities among exploration companies, CLICK HERE.