Ananyo’s ardent interest in capital markets, wealth management, and financial regulatory issues, led him to a career as an investment analyst. His goal is to educate individual investors by making complex financial issues easy to understand.
After completing a master’s degree in commerce, Ananyo is in the midst of pursuing the CWM (Chartered Wealth Manager) certification.
While the shares of Senseonics (SENS) have rallied over the past few months due primarily to the Reddit crowd’s interest in it, the stock now looks extremely overvalued at its current price level. So, we think it is better to bet on shares of Eli Lilly (LLY), Abbott (ABT), and Novo Nordisk (NVO), which are dominant players in the diabetic care market and hold immense growth potential. So, let’s take a close look at these names. Jul 8, 2021| 11:55am
The networking industry has grown significantly over the past year and is expected to continue benefiting from the increasing adoption of 5G and utilization of other advanced technologies. So, popular networking companies Nokia (NOK) and Ciena (CIEN) are expected to benefit from the industry tailwinds. But which of these two stocks is a better buy now? Let’s find out. Jul 7, 2021| 3:52pm
With the steep decline in lumber prices, many homebuilding and furniture companies are expected to benefit by resuming projects that were put on hold due to high lumber prices. So, it could be rewarding to bet on shares of Tri Pointe Homes (TPH), Haverty Furniture (HVT), Hovnanian (HOV), and Hooker Furniture (HOFT) that should see costs decline. Jul 7, 2021| 1:23pm
The cloud computing industry is expected to grow substantially in the coming months driven by the rapid digitalization and commercialization of 5G, among other factors. So, it could be wise to bet now on Workday (WDAY), Teradata (TDC), Cloudera (CLDR), and Box (BOX). We think they are all well-positioned to gain from the industry tailwinds. Read on. Jul 7, 2021| 8:34am
Because rising demand from several industries amid a global supply shortage has been driving price hikes for semiconductors, major players in this space—Applied Materials (AMAT) and Qualcomm (QCOM)—should benefit significantly in the near to midterm. But which of these two stocks is a better buy now? Let’s find out. Jul 6, 2021| 3:21pm
Small-cap stocks with solid financials are expected to thrive in the upcoming months as the economic recovery gains pace. As a result, small-cap stocks such as A10 Networks (ATEN) and CuriosityStream (CURI) should benefit in upcoming quarters. But which of these two stocks is a better buy right now? Read more to find out. Jul 6, 2021| 10:14am
The medical equipment industry has been growing at a healthy clip this year, with rising demand for elective surgeries that had been on hold during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic last year. So, two established medical equipment companies, Asensus (ASXC) and Surgaline (SRGA), should benefit in the coming months. But let’s see which of these two stocks is a better buy now. Jul 2, 2021| 3:18pm
As the U.S. economic recovery gains steam, driving major stock market indexes to new highs, it is becoming progressively more difficult to find true value stocks. However, given the growth prospects of Molina Healthcare (MOH), AGCO Corporation (AGCO), and Lumber Liquidators (LL), their stocks still look undervalued at their current price levels. So, we think it could be wise to add these stocks to one’s portfolio pronto. Read on. Jul 2, 2021| 12:46pm
The cloud computing industry is expected to continue growing in the coming months, driven primarily by businesses’ continued adoption of hybrid working models. So, we think two established cloud companies, Twilio (TWLO) and VMware (VMW), should benefit in the coming months. But let’s see which of these two stocks is a better buy now. Jul 1, 2021| 3:56pm
With President Biden having purportedly reached an agreement with a bipartisan group of senators on an infrastructure bill, and with the economy’s reopening driving the infrastructure sector’s revival, we believe it is wise to invest in fundamentally strong stocks in the sector Eaton (ETN) and Oshkosh (OSK). Conversely, investors should avoid Vulcan (VMC) and Martin Marietta Materials (MLM), which are trading at sky-high valuations that we don’t think are justified by their near-term growth prospects. Let’s examine these names. Jul 1, 2021| 10:04am