About Imon Ghosh

Imon is an investment analyst and journalist with an enthusiasm for financial research and writing. She began her career at Kantar IMRB, a leading market research and consumer consulting organization. Imon studied St. Xavier's University, where she majored in Economics and wrote her academic thesis on inflation and the stock market.


Recent Articles By Imon Ghosh

: FRPT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Pet Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally 30% or More

Because the remote lifestyle kicked off a pet adoption and parenting trend, there has been a substantial rise in the sale of pet supplies and pet care products. And because the pet care market is expected to continue growing, Wall Street analysts expect prominent players in this space, Freshpet (FRPT), The Original BARK Company (BARK), and PetIQ (PETQ), to deliver substantial returns in the coming months. Let’s discuss.
: UP |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Should You be Buying Wheels Up Experience Stock on the Dip?

The heightened demand being seen by the private aviation industry as COVID-related fears motivate people to travel on charter flights is good for Wheels Up Experience (OPTT). However, the challenges related to high costs and growing competition make the company’s growth prospects questionable. Furthermore, given that UP’s financials look bleak, the question is, will the stock be able to recover from a decline this year in its share price? Read ahead to learn more.
: RUN |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Solar Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally by 50% or More

Government incentives and tax rebates for installing solar panels and meeting net-zero carbon emission goals are expected to continue driving the solar industry’s growth. Therefore, Wall Street analysts are placing huge bets on fundamentally sound solar stocks. They expect the shares of quality players in this space, Sunrun (RUN) and Beam Global (BEEM), to rally by more than 50% in price. So, read on.
: HD |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Home Improvement Stocks to Buy in September, 2 to Avoid

A substantial rise in new-home purchases, and the growing popularity of DIY and smart home technologies, have contributed significantly to the growth of the home improvement industry. So, we think fundamentally strong stocks in this space, Lowe's Companies (LOW) and Mohawk Industries (MHK), are worth betting on now. Conversely, Home Depot (HD) and Sherwin-Williams (SHW) don’t look well-positioned to capitalize on the industry tailwinds. Their bleak financials make the stocks of these two companies best avoided now. Read on.
: BSY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Up More Than 50% YTD, is Bentley Systems Still a Buy?

Shares of infrastructure engineering software provider Bentley Systems (BSY) have jumped 59.2% in price year-to-date due to the uptrend in its subscription revenues and its increasing investment in growth initiatives. However, given the extent of the company’s indebtedness and high valuation multiples, will the stock be able to maintain its momentum? Let’s find out.
: ADDYY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Apparel Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally by More Than 75%

A substantial uptick in consumer spending on apparel with the reopening of the economy has been driving the recovery of the apparel industry. And because the industry is expected to continue witnessing sales growth in the coming months, Wall Street analysts expect established players in this space, Adidas (ADDYY), Lands' End (LE), and Citi Trends (CTRN), to rally substantially in price. So, let’s discuss.
: WKHS |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Workhorse Group a Buy Under $10?

Electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Workhorse Group’s (WKHS) recent pilot program with USDA has garnered significant investor attention. But even though WKHS stock is currently trading at less than $10, given the news regarding the reduction of its equity position in Lordstown Motors (RIDE) and its ballooning losses, is it worth betting on the stock now? Let’s find out.
: ZS |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Cybersecurity Stocks Wall Street Believes are Overvalued

Cyber-attacks are increasing due in-part to the accelerated pace of digital transformation and remote working trends. To combat such attacks, businesses are increasing their cybersecurity spending significantly. While this should benefit many cybersecurity companies, some stocks in this space are trading at lofty valuations. Indeed, Wall Street analysts expect overvalued cybersecurity stocks Zscaler (ZS) and Qualys (QLYS) to witness a price pullback in the near term. So, we think these names are best avoided now. Read on.
: ERIC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Shockingly Cheap Tech Stocks

The growing reliance on the technology industry as businesses accelerate their digital transformation efforts and increase the adoption of advanced technologies should help tech stocks continue advancing. Given its strong growth potential and surging investor optimism surrounding the industry, we think prominent tech stocks Ericsson (ERIC), HP (HPQ), ASE Technology (ASX), which are currently trading at affordable prices, are solid picks now. Read on.
: BBIG |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is NFT Stock Vinco Ventures a Good NFT to Own?

Digital media company Vinco Ventures (BBIG) has become the latest meme play as amateur investors pumped up their bets on the stock due to social media hype. However, the stock’s wild gains are not in sync with the company’s bleak fundamentals and financials. Furthermore, considering the risks associated with the nascent NFT market, is it worth betting on the stock now?
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