About Rishab Dugar

Rishab is a financial journalist and investment analyst. His investment approach is to focus on quality stocks, trading at low prices, with business models that he readily understands. Rishab majored in finance while at college and is currently a Level III candidate of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program.

Recent Articles By Rishab Dugar

: ZM |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Popular Stay-at-Home Stocks to Avoid as More of the Population is Vaccinated

Because the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations has been better than expected in the United States, increasing numbers of people are spending less time at home. As a result, a dependence on companies that provide remote services is gradually reducing. This, coupled with rising Treasury yields, is causing a pullback by these stocks. As this trend is expected to continue, we think it could be wise to now avoid stay-at-home stocks Zoom Video Communications (ZM), Teladoc Health (TDOC), Fastly (FSLY), and Peloton Interactive (PTON). Let’s take a closer look at these names.
: KNDI |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Electric Vehicle Stocks to Avoid in April

The electric vehicle (EV) industry has been red-hot since last year. This has caused an influx of several new players in the EV space whose stocks, driven solely by investors optimism, have gained as much as the established players. But, in the absence of adequate fundamentals, the prospects of many of these companies look uncertain. This, coupled with a global semiconductor shortage and investors’ rotation away from expensive stocks to quality bargains, does not bode well for the industry. Hence, we think fundamentally weak stocks Kandi Technologies Group (KNDI), Beam Global (BEEM), and Ayro (AYRO) are best avoided this month. Let’s take a closer look at these names.
: SGU |  News, Ratings, and Charts

An Under the Radar Oil and Gas Stock to Buy Right Now

As the global oil market heats up, investors are rushing to capitalize on the trend and are looking for potential outperformers. But despite this scramble, fundamentally sound industry player Star Group, L.P. (SGU) has yet to attract significant investor attention and is still trading at a discount to its peers. So, let’s take a closer look at the company.
: MCD |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Cyclical Stocks with More Room to Run

Cyclical stocks, which have a strong correlation with economic cycles—boom and downturn—are expected to perform well in the coming months as the economy recovers. However, since an investor rotation into these stocks started earlier this year, many of them don’t now have significant room left to run. We think McDonald's (MCD), Costco Wholesale (COST), and Sysco (SYY) are among those names that do still have plenty of upside. So, let’s evaluate these companies.
: VIRT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Virtu Financial: Buy, Sell, or Hold?

Market maker and liquidity services provider Virtu Financial (VIRT), which typically benefits from market volatility, has performed quite well since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic due to heightened volatility it injected into the financial markets. But now, with the economy recovering at a fast pace, overall market volatility is on the decline. This, coupled with a volatile U.S. dollar, has raised some uncertainty regarding the company's near-term growth prospects. Read on for more details.
: BHP |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Best Nickel Stocks to Buy for the Electric Vehicle Revolution

With the dawn of electro-mobility and resulting increase in EV production, the market for EV batteries has been growing quickly over the past few years. In tandem with this growth, the demand for nickel-containing lithium-ion batteries is climbing. Consequently, nickel prices are now hovering around multi-year highs. Hence, we think nickel producers BHP Group (BHP) and Vale S.A. (VALE) could deliver solid upside. Let’s discuss.
: TKR |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Top Manufacturing Stocks Set to Surge on an Improving Economy

Manufacturing industries are generally regaining momentum with the reopening of the global economy thanks to mass vaccine deployment. Manufacturers are now prioritizing the upgrade of their digital capabilities and building resilient supply chains to limit the chances of “black swan” disruptions in the future. We think manufacturing-intensive companies, The Timken Company (TKR), Hillenbrand (HI), and Mueller (MLI), are well positioned to capitalize on a fast-paced economic recovery. So, let’s review these companies.
: NIO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

The 2 Worst Performing Chinese Electric Vehicle Stocks YTD

The Chinese electric vehicle (EV) industry saw a rocketing rally last year. But the absence of requisite financial strength and product pipelines are lately causing a pullback by many of these stocks. NIO Limited (NIO) and XPeng Inc. (XPEV) are two of the worst performing stocks in this space so far this year. And, given the weakness in their financials, we think they are best avoided now.
: AVGO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Semiconductor Stocks to Buy During the Chip Shortage

Notwithstanding a global pandemic and resulting economic downturn, the semiconductor industry has remained resilient, closing 2020 with growth similar to pre-pandemic levels. The industry is currently witnessing a demand-supply imbalance that has reached a near crisis point and is likely to persist. This has led to rising prices and tightening of capacity utilization. We think Broadcom (AVGO), United Microelectronics (UMC), and Cirrus Logic (CRUS) are well positioned to capitalize on the supply constraints in the coming months. Read on.
: TSLA |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Overvalued Electric Vehicle Stocks to Avoid in April

The electric vehicle (EV) industry is witnessing a market correction because investors are concerned about the high valuations of prominent players in the sector. Also, rising Treasury yields are providing investors with attractive investment alternatives. Hence, we think overvalued EV companies Tesla (TSLA) and Fisker (FSR) are best avoided now.
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