About Aditya Raghunath

Aditya Raghunath is a financial journalist who writes about business, public equities, and personal finance. His work has been published on several digital platforms in the U.S. and Canada, including The Motley Fool, Finscreener and Market Realist. With a post-graduate degree in finance, Aditya has close to 8 years of work experience in financial services and close to six years in producing financial content. Aditya’s area of expertise includes evaluating stocks in the tech and cannabis sectors. If you are considering investing in the stock market, he recommends reading The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham before taking the plunge.

Recent Articles By Aditya Raghunath

: NIO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

NIO vs XPeng: Which Electric Vehicle Stock Is a Better Buy?

Despite sobering share-price retreats this year, EV manufacturers NIO (NIO) and XPeng (XPEV) continue to trade at expensive valuations. However, their lofty metrics are supported by robust growth and a rapidly expanding market. But which of the two companies is the better buy now? Let’s find out. Read on.
: TSLA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Tesla vs. Lordstown Motors: Which Electric Vehicle Stock is a Better Buy?

Companies in the electric vehicle (EV) space delivered big gains to investors in 2020. But for 2021, should one bet on an EV market leader Tesla (TSLA), which has concrete plans for growth and anticipates building 50% more vehicles this year than last, or gain exposure to emerging player Lordstown Motors (RIDE), which is still at a pre-revenue stage but is trading at an attractive multiple and for which analyst forecast massive growth in 2022? Let’s discuss.
: NIO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

NIO vs. Li Auto: Which Electric Vehicle Stock Is a Better Buy?

The electric vehicle (EV) market is poised to expand at an exponential rate over the coming decade, making the stocks of NIO (NIO) and Li Auto (LI) top bets for growth investors. We expect both companies to double their sales and narrow their losses this year. But let’s find out which stock is a better buy right now.
: VIAC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

ViacomCBS: Buy the Dip?

Consumers are likely to spend more time on their laptops, mobile and TV screens as the pandemic continues to impact the global populace. While you might think ViacomCBS (VIAC) is well-poised to exploit this trend investors should note it is competing with giants including Netflix (NFLX) and Disney (DIS) in the streaming space. The recent sell-off in Viacom stock might very well be a value trap.
: RKT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Rocket Companies vs. Loan Depot: Which Mortgage Lender Is a Better Buy?

Both Rocket Cos. (RKT) and Loan Depot (LDI) have performed extremely well in 2020, as a low interest rate environment has driven the demand for mortgages. However, as interest rates are likely to move higher, which stock should you bet on right now?
: BABA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Alibaba vs. Coupang: Which Asian E-Commerce Stock Is a Better Buy?

Alibaba (BABA) and Coupang (CPNG) are two Asian e-commerce companies that are growing revenue at a fast clip. Both are market leaders in their respective countries and are well poised to outpace broader market gains in 2021 and beyond.
: RBLX |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Roblox vs. Unity Software: Which Video Game Platform Is a Better Buy?

Stocks in the gaming industry continue to remain in focus for growth investors. Here, we compare two recent gaming IPOs that are growing top-line at a rapid pace. Read on to find out if Roblox (RBLX) or Unity Software (U) is a better buy right now.
: DXCM |  News, Ratings, and Charts

DexCom vs. Senseonics: Which Diabetes Devices Stock is a Better Buy?

DexCom (DXCM) and Senseonics (SENS) are two companies that design and develop glucose monitoring systems for people with diabetes. Which stock is the better buy in 2021?
: RCL |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Now the Right Time to Buy Cruise Line Stocks?

As more and more people are getting the Covid-19 vaccinations, is now a good time to buy Royal Caribbean (RCL), Carnival Corp. (CCL) and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH)?
: OSCR |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Oscar vs. Clover: Which Health Insurance Stock Is a Better Buy?

Two insurance companies, Oscar Health (OSCR) and Clover Health (CLOV), recently went public. One is trading at an attractive valuation and is also growing top-line at a rapid pace. The other is struggling with revenue decline and mounting losses.
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