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

: OXY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Energy Stocks for Investors to 'Buy the Dip'

Energy stocks have dipped along with the rest of the market as recession fears increase. However, the longer-term supply situation continues to be concerning especially with expectations that Russia's oil production will decline due to sanctions. Thus, investors should consider buying high-quality energy stocks like Valero (VLO), Occidental Petroleum (OXY), and Suncor Energy (SU).
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Why Q3 Earnings Season Will Majorly Impact Where the Market Heads Next…

In last week's commentary, we discussed the importance of the mid-June lows for the S&P 500 (SPY) and the possibility of an undercut and then a rebound. In many ways, this is exactly what markets do -> frustrate the maximum amount of bulls and bears. Certainly, the bears were ebullient about this breakdown with many adding to shorts and puts, while many bulls probably capitulated. Now, we are more than 5% above these lows. Next on the docket is the September jobs report tomorrow and a CPI report next week. These will play a large role in determining the path and nature of this bear market rally. In today's commentary, I want to discuss some lessons from the past 2 bear market rallies and how we are going to apply them to our portfolio. Read on below to find out more…
: DQ |  News, Ratings, and Charts

This Undervalued Solar Stock is Our Featured Growth Stock of the Week

Rising energy and electricity prices also mean that demand for solar is increasing. One of the major suppliers to the industry of polysilicon - Daqo New Energy (DQ) - is poised to see explosive growth over the coming years. Read on to find out why it's our stock of the week...
: TGA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

TransGlobe Energy is Our Featured Stock of the Week

TransGlobe Energy (TGA) is in the midst of an earnings boom, yet the stock remains dirt cheap. Read on to find out why it's our featured stock of the week...
: LRN |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Stocks to Ride the Bear Market Rally

Stocks could be embarking on another bear market rally despite a plethora of challenges. One factor is we are entering a seasonally bullish period of the year. Another is the bullish technical setup following the undercut and recovery of the mid-June lows. 3 stocks that investors should consider buying to profit from the bear market rally are Sociedad Quimica Y Minera (SQM), Stride (LRN), and Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX).
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Why This Bear Market Is Not Even Close to Being Done…

For much of the last decade, the Fed was desperate to invigorate a stagnant labor market, especially from a wage perspective. To this end, it added trillions in liquidity to the global economy which had secondary effects of bubbles in all sorts of assets. Yet, the Fed was mostly unsuccessful in this goal of a strong and tight labor market until a couple of years ago. Now, the Fed has the opposite problem. It's desperate to cool an overheated economy, and the locus of this is the labor market. Yet, its aggressive interventions have largely been unsuccessful in terms of curbing wage inflation or even job growth as evidenced by the latest reading which showed unemployment claims falling to a new cycle low. In today's commentary, I want to focus more on this dynamic and discuss its implications for our portfolio. Then, we'll do our usual roundup of pertinent market topics. Read on below to find out more…
: V |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 No-Brainer Stocks to Buy During the Bear Market

The stock market is decisively in bear market territory and is now flirting with new, 2022 lows. Clearly, there remains a considerable amount of risk especially in the near-term due to the combination of a hawkish Fed and a resilient but weakening economy. Amid these challenging circumstances, investors should prioritize high-quality stocks with strong financials and a durable and growing earnings stream. There are countless ways for investors to identify these stocks, but maybe the most simple is to target companies that are buying back large amounts of stock. Visa (V), Microsoft (MSFT), and Alphabet (GOOGL).
: PFE |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Earnings Winners to Scoop Up During the Bear Market

The bear market has been brutal. Given the trend in inflation and weakening economy, it's unlikely to end soon. For investors, the best strategy is to use the adverse market conditions to scoop up stocks that have a long-term history of compounding earnings. Therefore, investors should consider buying Builders FirstSource (BLDR) and Pfizer (PFE).
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

What a Re-test of June Lows Could Mean for the Market Outlook

The S&P 500 (SPY) is now hovering just above the June lows. Interestingly, we have a meaningful divergence in place as global growth-linked stocks like Caterpillar are making lower lows. I do think this is meaningful. The latest leg lower in stocks is coming about due to a combination of 'higher and for longer' rates and an expected decline in earnings. Currently, stocks continue to be priced as if earnings will strengthen in 2023 but I don't think this will prove correct given signs that the economy is rapidly slowing and sky-high rates. In today's commentary, I want to discuss my market outlook and some price targets for the bear market to end. Read on below to find out more…
: MSFT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 GARP Stocks to Buy on the Dip

The bear market has been brutal, but one silver lining is the opportunity to scoop up high-quality stocks at a discount. Growth at a reasonable price (GARP) is one strategy to identify such stocks. Microsoft (MSFT), Expedia (EXPE), and Veeva Systems (VEEV) are 3 top GARP stocks that investors should consider.
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