About Jaimini Desai

Jaimini Desai has been a financial writer and reporter for nearly a decade. He has helped countless investors take profitable rides on some of the hottest growth trends. His previous experience includes writing for Investopedia, Seeking Alpha, and MT Newswires.

He is the Chief Growth Strategist for StockNews.com and the editor of the POWR Growth and POWR Stocks Under $10 newsletters.

Jamini's first exposure to the stock market was during the dotcom bubble as a high-schooler. He was active in the markets during college and was trading full-time during the 2008 crash and reflation rally in 2009. This formative experience instilled in him the importance of risk-management, understanding market conditions, and betting big on the best ideas.

In his career, he has worked with investment managers, financial advisors, fintech companies, and news publishers. His unique background allows him to connect the dots between businesses, industries, economies, and markets.

He lives in Philadelphia, PA and loves his family and dogs (in no particular order). He enjoys playing tennis, yoga, and eating ice-cream. If you would like to see more of his best growth stock ideas, then click the following link See Jaimini Desai’s Favorite Growth Stocks.

Recent Articles By Jaimini Desai

: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Bear Market Rally…or Oversold Bounce?

The S&P 500 (SPY) is up more than 10% over the last 2 weeks, and it’s confirmation that this is more of a ‘bear market rally’ rather than an oversold bounce. That being said, this rally will likely roll over to new lows as the financial and economic conditions continue to deteriorate. These developments and why the current rally is destined to fail are the major topics of today’s commentary. Read on below to find out more…
: CHKP |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Cybersecurity Stocks to Own for the Long-Term

One strategy to take advantage of bear markets is to use the lower prices as an opportunity to buy stocks in sectors with improving prospects. Cybersecurity is an example as the industry continues to grow despite adverse economic conditions. Checkpoint (CHKP) and Fortinet (FTNT) are 2 of the top stocks in the sector.
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Stock Market Rally Déjà Vu?

It feels even more like deja vu as the S&P 500 (SPY) is embarking on its 3rd bear market rally of 2022 with each taking place during earnings season. Despite a handful of high-profile misses, the Q3 earnings season has continued the trend of previous ones by coming in better than expected. Given the market's oversold state and some bullish seasonals, as we begin Q4, this has been sufficient to send the market more than 10% higher over the last 2 weeks. As we covered previously, it's difficult to predict an endgame for the rally as this depends on dynamic factors like economic data and earnings, but we can be certain of its outcome. In today's commentary, I want to recap our strategy for the current environment and then do our monthly review of various market topics. Read on below to find out more…
: AXON |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Axon Enterprises is Our Featured Growth Stock of the Week

The market environment has been brutal for growth stocks due to the rise in rates and decline in tech spending. Investors should prioritize companies whose revenues and earnings are less connected to economic or monetary factors. This is one reason why we are talking about Axon Enterprises (AXON).
: EXPE |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 High-Quality Stocks That Investors Should Be Buying

Bear markets are painful and drawn out processes that really test the patience and conviction of investors. However, they are great opportunities to accumulate positions in strong stocks with promising outlooks. Here are 3 high-quality stocks worth accumulating: Expedia (EXPE), Donnelly Financial (DFIN), and Stride (LRN).
: VRTX |  News, Ratings, and Charts

VRTX is the Growth Stock of the Week

The market is in a tough place with stubbornly high inflation, a hawkish Fed, and a slowing economy. These conditions are tough for most stocks, but pharmaceuticals are an exception. One of the top companies in the space is Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX). Read on to find out why it's our growth stock of the week..
: TSLA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Autonomous Vehicle Stocks to Buy on the Dip

Autonomous vehicles (AV) are the next major evolutionary step in transportation. However, there are many years before its full adoption. Here are 3 stocks that will benefit from this industry's growth and increasing adoption: Tesla (TSLA), Micron (MU) and ON Semiconductor (ON).
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Bear Markets Are Never Easy….Not Even for Bears

Bear markets are never easy. Not even for bears. Today's action is a reminder of that, and why the POWR Stocks Under $10's charter is to remain at least 50% invested. In a way, it reminds me of what happened in February, when markets were sinking lower on the prospects of Russia invading Ukraine. Of course, when it actually happened, markets gapped down big and then finished green on the day. In the bigger picture, it didn't impact the S&P 500’s (SPY) overall trend, but it frustrated bears, many of who were probably forced to cover or close positions at losses or with smaller profits. Today's action was similar as the market was down more than 2% on a bad inflation report but finished more than 2.5% higher. In today's commentary, we will discuss today's price action and two of the most important matters affecting financial markets - the plunge in the pound and gilts and inflation. Read on below to find out more…
: AMGN |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Amgen is Our Growth Stock of the Week…

Biotech stocks are outperforming due to attractive valuations and strong catalysts. Amgen (AMGN) is one of the top stocks in the space due to its strong product portfolio, pipeline, and impressive management team. Read on to find out why it's our stock of the week...
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Which Breaks First…Inflation or the Economy?

The market bounce has fizzled and we are now, once again, back to last week's lows. The impetus for this sharp move lower was the stronger than expected jobs report which dashed hopes of an imminent 'Fed pivot' due to a weak jobs report. Until we see a meaningful and material improvement in inflation data or significant damage to the labor market, it's unlikely that the Fed can pivot. It's kind of a race over which breaks first - inflation or the economy? In today's commentary, we will discuss this massive headwind for the stock market, why good news is so bearish, and my thoughts on the inflation debate. Read on below to find out more…
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