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.
When it comes to homebuilder stocks, the author of today’s article declares “What a difference a few months can make”: after plunging in the fourth quarter of last year due to concerns over rising interest rates and a possible recession, homebuilders have rallied this year. With valuations still relatively low despite the rally – and with the Fed now having signaled not to expect any rate hikes this year – homebuilder stocks appear to be attractive buys right now. For specific homebuilder stocks to consider based on their implied upside potential, CLICK HERE.
Upside potential in the market may seem limited given today’s stretched valuations, but today’s article highlights a number of companies that could see their share price increase by as much as 74% in the next year. Each of these 15 large-cap companies has experienced a significant increase in sales per share in the past year, has majority “buy” ratings from analysts, and is expected to see its stock rise by at least 25% in next 12 months. To find out what these stocks are, CLICK HERE.
Of frontier markets, the author of today’s article notes that “their valuations tend to be cheap, the promise of growth great – and today, their returns are surging.” Moreover, while emerging markets are becoming increasingly correlated with developed markets, frontier markets tend to march to the beat of their own drums, providing diversification. So should frontier markets be a part of your portfolio? The author looks at the enticing aspects of this asset class currently – as well as the associated risks. To read more, CLICK HERE.