About Priyanka Mandal
Priyanka is a passionate investment analyst and commentator. After earning a master's degree in economics, her interest in financial markets motivated her to begin her career in investment research.
Her approach is to find a financial instruments’ intrinsic value for predicting its future price movement.
Recent Articles By Priyanka Mandal
Application of advanced technology solutions across various industries, continued adoption of 5G networks, and several new tech trends should propel the networking market's growth this year. Therefore, fundamentally sound networking stocks Viavi (VIAV), Extreme Networks (EXTR), AudioCodes (AUDC), and Digi International (DGII) could be ideal picks now. These stocks are rated ‘Strong Buy’ in our proprietary rating system.
With peoples’ increasing awareness regarding health and hygiene, the demand for personal care products is surging. Increasing demand for organic, natural, and customized products is further driving the personal care market's growth. Therefore, we believe it could be wise to bet on personal care product stocks The Procter & Gamble (PG), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), and Edgewell (EPC). These stocks are currently trading near their 52-weeks highs, but we think still have plenty of upside to deliver. Read on.
Shifting consumer preferences toward easy-to-eat and ready-to-make nutritious food items is driving the food products industry’s growth. Advances in packaging and food preservation processes should also drive revenue growth for companies in this space. So, we think food products stocks General Mills (GIS), Kellogg (K), Ingredion (INGR), and Flowers Foods (FLO) could be ideal picks now, given their momentum over the past few months and their fundamental strength to maintain it. So, let’s pore over these names.
The rapid adoption of software solutions to facilitate hybrid working arrangements, and increased organizational expenditures on software upgrades, should fuel the software industry’s growth. Therefore, we believe recent price dips could be an opportune time to bet on fundamentally sound software stocks Blackbaud (BLKB) and Agilysys (AGYS). Let’s discuss.
The internet content industry is expected to grow at a rapid pace thanks to the return to remote lifestyles with the resurgence of COVID-19 cases. Therefore, we think fundamentally sound stocks Alphabet (GOOGL), Shutterstock (SSTK), Yelp (YELP), and trivago (TRVG), which each suffered a price dip lately, could be ideal picks now. Read on.
With remote working gaining prominence due to the resurgence of COVID-19 cases, companies are strengthening their cloud infrastructure. Also, continued digitization is leading to significant cloud migration. Given the industry’s solid growth prospects, the recent price dips could be an opportune time to bet on fundamentally sound cloud computing stocks Microsoft (MSFT), Oracle (ORCL), and Commvault Systems (CVLT).
Increasing demand for energy with the reopening of the economy and the limited supply should drive energy prices higher this year. Therefore, energy stocks Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Continental Resources (CLR), and National Fuel Gas (NFG) could be great additions to your portfolio now. Read on to learn more.
With the continuing adoption of advanced technologies and work-from-home arrangements, the computer hardware industry is witnessing a steady increase in demand. So, let’s discuss the prospects of computer hardware stocks Arista Networks (ANET) and Seagate Technology (STX), which outperformed bitcoin in 2021. Read on.
Rising inflation and expected interest rate hikes have pushed mortgage rates to a 20-month high lately. And since higher mortgage rates could cause a decline in demand for homes, the homebuilding industry might witness a downtrend in the near term. Therefore, we think it could be wise to avoid home building stocks D.R. Horton (DHI), Meritage Homes (MTH), M.D.C. (MDC), and KB Home (KBH). Let’s discuss.
Despite the supply chain challenges the shipping industry faced last year, President Biden’s deal with ports to remain active 24 hours a day may improve investors’ sentiment about the industry's prospects. Furthermore, measures taken by shipping companies to maximize their post-pandemic recovery should also power the industry's growth. So, we think shipping and container stocks A.P. Møller - Mærsk (AMKBY), Matson (MATX), and Danaos (DAC) could be great additions to one's watchlist. Read on.
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