About Namrata Sen Chanda

Namrata is an accomplished financial journalist, with nearly a decade of experience. She specializes in interpreting news releases and framing investment strategies, and has worked with some of the leading companies in real estate, banking, insurance, mutual funds, financial research, fintech, and investment education. After majoring in finance at college, she became a research analyst, tracking economic indicators and analyzing major global economic developments. She then went on to become a contributing author for the Market Realist, focusing on the technology sector. Namrata has a keen interest in fundamental analysis and is passionate about educating investors about the stock market.


Recent Articles By Namrata Sen Chanda

: INTC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Semiconductor Stocks Outperforming NVIDIA in 2021

In 2020, massive demand for technology-related products and services drove semiconductor stocks higher. Nvidia Inc. (NVDA), a leading chipmaker, benefited handsomely from the surge in chip demand. However, ongoing scrutiny of an acquisition it made has pressured its stock this year. Also, NVDA isn’t pinning its hopes on significant growth in its business from the cryptocurrency industry. Thus, we think investors seeking better semiconductor stocks should consider Intel (INTC), Micron (MU), and Skyworks Solutions (SWKS). These are companies with resilient business models and robust fundamentals, and we believe they have the potential to outshine NVDA through the remainder of 2021.
: TLRY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Canadian Marijuana Companies Up More Than 100% in 2021

Canadian marijuana companies have a strong domestic market. Nevertheless, many of them are now making inroads into the U.S. through mergers or partnerships. And because the new U.S. Presidential administration is expected to be a catalyst in accelerating the legalization of recreational marijuana, Canadian pot producers have grown increasingly optimistic about the potential for them to grow their sales in the U.S. Based on this, Canadian marijuana stocks listed on the U.S. stock exchanges have galloped lately. Four such stocks are Tilray, (TLRY), Aphria (APHA), Sundial Growers (SNDL), and Organigram Holdings (OGI). Let’s have a closer look at these names.
: UMC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Top-Rated Stocks to Buy if the Market Sells Off

Rising bond yields have sparked concerns about inflationary pressure, unsettling stock markets last week. Investors fear that inflation due to expansionary monetary policies and government stimulus will culminate in higher borrowing costs, potentially derailing an economic recovery. Thus, we think investors must be cautious and buy stocks of companies with resilient business models and strong fundamentals. Three such companies are United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), Preformed Line Products Company (PLPC), and Nature's Sunshine Products, Inc. (NATR). The long-term growth potential of these stocks could help one hedge against a market decline.
: NVS |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Healthcare Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Long Term

The healthcare sector in the United States is on the cusp of major growth. Factors such as positivity around the COVID-19 vaccine, an ageing U.S. population, and optimism over developments in the treatment of fatal diseases in general are brightening the prospects for healthcare stocks. Novartis AG (NVS), Abbott Laboratories (ABT), Merck & Company, Inc (MRK), and Eli Lilly and Company (LLY) are cases in point. They are top players in the healthcare space that investors could buy now and hold for the long term.
: KGC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Scoop Up These 4 Top-Rated Gold Stocks Now

Gold has seen a sharp sell-off following a massive rally since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The precious metal is expected to return to higher prices as there are still uncertainties surrounding the economic recovery as well as possible inflation. As a result, companies operating in mining and exploration space such as Kinross Gold (KGC), Jaguar Mining (JAGGF), Gold Fields (GFI), and DRDGOLD Limited (DRD) are positioned to see gains.
: CGC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Stay Away from These 4 Overvalued Marijuana Stocks

The marijuana industry now looks extremely promising from an investing standpoint. However, many companies are still struggling with weak financials and shaky fundamentals. Their valuations are stretched, and we think there is a strong possibility of a pullback in the near term. Canopy Growth (CGC), Curaleaf Holdings, (CURLF), Cronos Group (CRON), and Trulieve Cannabis (TCNNF) are four such stocks. We think staying away from these stocks is a wise move currently.
: MSI |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Stocks to Watch on Increasing Adoption of 5G Technology

The rollout of the 5G network standard has been gaining pace over the past few years. The benefits of 5G, which include low latency and faster and more robust network connections, make it a now indispensable technology. In the future, the widespread adoption of 5G technology will be a connectivity and communications game-changer. Against this backdrop, communications and network operators Motorola Solutions (MSI), Viavi Solutions (VIAV), and Adtran (ADTN) are well-positioned to benefit significantly. Let’s review these names.
: INTC |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Semiconductor Stocks Outperforming NVIDIA in 2021

The semiconductor industry has benefitted from a favorable backdrop since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, which precipitated a massive increase in the demand for technology-related products and services. Leading chipmaker Nvidia Inc. (NVDA) has gained from the surge in chip demand. However, it expects a slowdown in its data center business. Its ARM acquisition is also being scrutinized by European and U.K. lawmakers. Thus, investors looking to capitalize on the industry’s gains should consider Intel (INTC), NXP Semiconductors (NXPI), United Microelectronics (UMC), and Rambus (RMBS). We think these stocks, which have strong fundamentals, have the capacity to outperform NVDA through year’s end.
: SNE |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Consumer Electronics Stocks Outperforming Apple in 2021

Apple (AAPL), an iconic technology company, has been the poster child of the consumer electronics market for quite some time. However, it is gradually approaching a saturation level in terms of investor uptake, after which its growth might stagnate. Conversely, Sony (SNE), Universal Electronics (UEIC), and Turtle Beach (HEAR) have attracted more attention of late due to their product innovation and growth initiatives. So, we expect the stocks of these consumer electronics companies to outperform AAPL in 2021.
: APHA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Steer Clear of These 3 Cannabis Stocks

Despite the significant progress on legalizing cannabis in the United States, not all companies are likely to reap the benefits. Some pot players like Aphria (APHA), Organigram (OGI), and Cresco Labs (CRLBF) are dealing with inherent issues like mounting debt, continuous losses, and shrinking margins. Investors should be wary of these stocks and look for the ones with better fundamentals and stronger growth prospects.
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