About Aaryaman Aashind

Aaryaman is an accomplished journalist that’s passionate about providing in-depth insights regarding investing and personal finance. Recently he has been focused on the stock market and he specializes in evaluating high-growth stocks.

Prior to working as a financial writer, Aaryaman was a corporate lawyer advising on investment and debt-related transactions. He has worked on a variety of deals for both banks and private equity firms which have given him an appreciation of the nuances of the financial industry.


Recent Articles By Aaryaman Aashind

: INTC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Dividend-Paying Stocks to AVOID

Not every dividend-paying company is faring well these days. Companies like Intel (INTC), Cisco (CSCO), Simon Property Group (SPG), and Macerich (MAC) are finding it difficult to get their bearings in the current market ecosystem and should be avoided.
: BIDU |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Chinese Growth Stocks to Buy in November

Chinese technology companies are innovating quickly to become first-movers in emerging markets. This along with faster economic recovery from the pandemic positions Baidu (BIDU), NIO (NIO), and Bilibili (BILI) well for growth. These stocks have recorded strong growth so far this year and are expected to continue doing so in the upcoming months.
: PG |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Dividend-Paying Stocks set to Outperform in 2021

Given the low-interest-rate environment and expected market volatility with the second wave of coronavirus, investing in dividend stocks could ensure a steady stream of income. In addition to paying solid dividends, Procter & Gamble (PG), Danaher (DHR), Anthem (ANTM), and Colgate-Palmolive (CL) have the potential for growth as well.
: MAR |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Stocks to Avoid if there is Another Coronavirus Lockdown

There may be another round of coronavirus lockdown in the United States as the number of new cases keeps on rising. If that happens, companies that operate in the already-struggling travel industry such as Marriott (MAR), Delta Air Lines (DAL), Carnival (CCL), and Hertz (HTZ) could witness further business decline. However, some believe that travel stocks have already priced in short-term challenges and will rise on the prospects of a vaccine.  
: MSFT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Tech Stocks to Snap Up Now

Technology stocks were already big winners of the pandemic, but the election results have given a further boost to their momentum. Microsoft (MSFT), UBER (UBER), and LAM Research (LRCX) should continue to soar based on their fundamentals and a favorable backdrop.
: MSFT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

The Best 4 Robinhood Stocks to Buy in November

The Robinhood 100 list can provide a good guide for picking stocks amid the ongoing market uncertainties, as stocks on this list are favored by millions of investors, primarily millennials. Microsoft (MSFT), PayPal (PYPL), Nike (NKE), and Peloton (PTON) are currently on the Robinhood list and have enjoyed high growth so far in 2020. Since these stocks are popular and possess sound fundamentals, betting on them could be rewarding.
: ADP |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Best Performing Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

With ongoing uncertainty in the stock markets, betting on dividend stocks like Automatic Data Processing (ADP), The Travelers Companies (TRV), Eaton Vance (EV), and Olin (OLN) could help you earn a steady income. These stocks have a history of consistently making payments and raising them over time. 
: MSFT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Must-Own Dividend Growth Stocks to Buy and Hold for 2021

While the pandemic forced many companies to cut or suspend their dividends, Microsoft (MSFT), Home Depot (HD), Costco Wholesale (COST), and United Parcel Service (UPS) have been steadily growing their dividend payments. These four stocks are also well positioned to soar based on their underlying business strength.
: AMZN |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 High-Growth Stocks to Buy before 2021

Amazon.com (AMZN), Zoom (ZM), Shopify (SHOP), and Snap (SNAP) are four of the most innovative and fastest-growing companies in the market. They have used the pandemic to increase business, and the stocks should outperform this winter.
: PG |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 “Recession-Proof” Stocks to Buy in November

Even if the second wave of coronavirus triggers a deeper recession, companies like Procter & Gamble (PG), Unilever (UN), and Colgate-Palmolive (CL) are not expected to be affected much because of the inelastic demand for their products. These consumer goods companies have a resilient and diversified product portfolio, and they possess solid earnings growth prospects based on their improved offerings.
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