About Pragya Pandey

Pragya is an equity research analyst and financial journalist with a passion for investing. In college she majored in finance and is currently pursuing the CFA program and is a Level II candidate.

When analyzing stocks, Pragya takes a fundamental approach and focuses on measuring a company's intrinsic value. Her goal is to help retail investors create successful portfolios to achieve financial success.


Recent Articles By Pragya Pandey

: HCA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Growth Stocks That Could Produce Monster Earnings

Current market volatility notwithstanding, we believe quality growth stocks with the potential to generate solid earnings, such as HCA Healthcare (HCA), Companhia Siderurgica (SID), Korn Ferry (KFY), and Matson Inc. (MATX), could be great bets now. So, let’s examine these names.
: SCHN |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Steel Stocks to Buy on the Dip Before the Infrastructure Bill is Passed

President Biden's proposed infrastructure spending bill is expected to turbocharge the demand for steel while facilitating transformational development in the U.S. economy. Though the bill is currently stalled in the Senate, the Biden administration is expected to push for its approval in the coming weeks. Hence, quality steel stocks Schnitzer Steel (SCHN) and United States Steel Corporation (X) could deliver significant upside in the near term. Plus, we think the recent price dips in these stocks represent a perfect buying opportunity. Let’s discuss.
: DHI |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Homebuilding Stocks to Avoid as Mortgage Rates Rise Over 3%

Rising mortgage rates have caused a decline in refinancing and new loan originations, which should dampen the homebuilding industry’s growth. In addition, supply chain constraints are expected to muddy the industry’s near-term prospects. Therefore, we think homebuilding stocks D.H Horton (DHI), NVR Inc. (NVR), Toll Brothers (TOL), and KB Home (KBH) are best avoided now. Read on.
: TJX |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is TJX Stock a Buy Under $65?

Currently trading at less than $65, off-price department store retailer The TJX Companies (TJX) reported a strong rebound in earnings in its last reported quarter despite facing significant pandemic-related headwinds. Given the company’s efforts to boost its revenue growth by rapidly enhancing its digital platform, is the stock poised to soar in price? Read on.
: AZZ |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Reddit WallStreetBets Stocks to Buy, 2 to Sell

While the subreddit WallStreetBets' (WSB) large wagers against short sellers and the resulting short squeezes have caused the shares of several companies to skyrocket in price, they have also resulted in high valuations for several fundamentally weak companies. So, we believe overvalued WSB stocks Root Inc. (ROOT) and Wrap Technologies (WRAP), with bleak growth prospects, are best avoided now. Conversely, we think AZZ Inc. (AZZ) and Del Taco Restaurant (TACO) should continue to deliver big gains and could be ideal picks now. So, read on.
: TMUS |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Down 17% in the Past 3 Months, Should You Buy the Dip in T-Mobile?

Mobile communication services provider T-Mobile US (TMUS) has been trying to expand its services across the country through various growth strategies. However, its shares have dipped more than 17% in price over the past three months. Given that the company is currently battling a lawsuit, and considering its weak fundamentals and poor growth prospects, is the stock worth owning now? Read more to find out.
: TOST |  News, Ratings, and Charts

1 Recent IPO Worth Buying, 3 to Sell

As the stock market is witnessing heightened volatility, many recently debuted stocks are losing momentum. Given this scenario, we believe betting on IPO stocks Toast, Inc. (TOST), Duolingo, Inc. (DUOL), and Sovos Brands (SOVO), which possess unstable fundamentals and lofty valuations, could be risky. However, DoubleDown Interactive (DDI) could dodge the market volatility given its solid fundamentals and growth potential. Hence, it could be a solid pick now.
: MMAT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Meta Materials a Good Technology Stock to Add to Your Portfolio?

Smart materials company Meta Materials (MMAT) made its stock market debut through a reverse merger with Torchlight Energy Resources. Given the company’s weak fundamentals and stretched valuations, is the stock worth betting on now? Read more to find out.
: DDS |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Ideal Stocks to Add to Your Portfolio in October

Following the announcement of a debt ceiling deal, investors appear to have gained confidence, as the major indexes closed in the green yesterday. Furthermore, as the holiday season approaches and businesses gear up for their final quarter of the year, the stock market may gain substantial traction in the coming months. To capitalize on the anticipated market momentum, quality stocks Dillard's Inc. (DDS) and Mannatech Incorporated (MTEX) could be great additions to your portfolio.
: NKLA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Worst Performing Electric Vehicle Stocks in the 3rd Quarter 2021

The electric vehicle (EV) industry is anticipated to achieve solid growth in the upcoming years due to falling costs, improved performance, and government subsidies. But the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage poses a significant challenge for the industry’s progress in the near term. Thus, we think Nikola (NKLA), Poterra (PTRA), Hyzon Motors (HYZN), and Workhorse Group (WKHS), which were the worst performing EV stocks in the third quarter due to their poor fundamentals, should be avoided.
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