About Kritika Sarmah

Her interest in risky instruments and passion for writing made Kritika an analyst and financial journalist. She earned her bachelor's degree in commerce and is currently pursuing the CFA program. With her fundamental approach, she aims to help investors identify untapped investment opportunities.

Recent Articles By Kritika Sarmah

: WMT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

The Best Stock to Buy for Stability in 2023

Leading retail company Walmart (WMT) had a solid fiscal 2023 fourth quarter. Moreover, it surpassed $600 billion in revenue for the first time in the last fiscal year and recently increased its dividend. So, I believe this stock might be an ideal buy for stability now. Read more...
: NOK |  News, Ratings, and Charts

1 Tech Stock You'll Regret Not Buying Sooner

Leading networking company Nokia’s (NOK) solid financials, share repurchase programs, and impressive business developments make it a top-performing tech stock. Hence, the stock could be an ideal addition to your portfolio. Keep reading...
: GE |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Industrial Stocks Worth Watching in 2023

The industrial sector remains stable despite the macroeconomic issues due to steady demand. Moreover, lucrative federal investments are boosting the industry. Therefore, fundamentally strong industrial stocks General Electric (GE), Ryder System (R), Limbach (LMB), and Core Molding (CMT) might be ideal additions to your watchlist. Read more...
: AMC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is the Party Over for AMC Entertainment?

Amid lawsuits, bleak prospects of the box office this year, and worries over the collapse of financial institutions, is the party over for shares of theater chain operator AMC Entertainment? Read more to find out...
: KO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Coca-Cola Stock: Time to Buy More or Tap Out?

Amid high inflation and rising interest rates, beverage giant Coca-Cola's (KO) 60-year-old dividend-paying record makes it a safe haven for investors. However, the stock has declined 5.6% year-to-date. So, should you buy the stock now? Read more to find out...
: CRM |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Software Stocks to Buy Before the End of March and 1 to Sell

Increased expenditure in the software sector should boost the industry’s growth. Hence, fundamentally strong software stocks Salesforce (CRM), Xperi (XPER), and Rimini Street (RMNI) might be worth buying. However, given the possibility of interest rate hikes, the fundamentally weak software stock Robinhood Markets (HOOD) might be best avoided. Keep reading...
: SNPS |  News, Ratings, and Charts

1 Software Stock to Buy More of in March 2023

Despite recent market fluctuations, software company Synopsys (SNPS) has gained 16.7% year-to-date, thanks to impressive fiscal first-quarter results. The company’s fundamental strength makes it an ideal buy this month. Keep reading...
: SOFI |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is It Too Late to Get in on SOFI Stock?

Financial service company SOFi’s (SOFI) shares have slumped over the past month and are trading below their 50-day and 200-day moving averages. While fundamental weakness is the key reason for the decline, let’s find out if this is the right time to invest in the stock...
: HON |  News, Ratings, and Charts

The 3 Best Industrial Stocks to Invest Money in Now

The increased investment in infrastructure development and government spending should drive the industrial sector’s growth. Given its solid long-term prospects, fundamentally strong industrial stocks Honeywell International (HON), Caterpillar (CAT), and Ryder System (R) might be worth investing in now. Continue reading...
: CSCO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Tech Stocks You Can Buy Now and Hold Forever

The tech industry’s outlook looks promising due to businesses’ accelerated adoption of AI, the rising demand for cloud services, and rapid digitalization across sectors. Hence, fundamentally strong tech stocks Cisco Systems (CSCO) and Jabil (JBL) which pay reliable dividends, might be ideal buys for the long term. Keep reading...

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