About Taylor Dart

Taylor Dart has over 10 years of experience in active & passive investing specializing in mid-cap growth stocks, as well as the precious metals sector. He has been writing on Seeking Alpha for four years, and managing his own portfolios since 2008. His main focus is on growth stocks outperforming the market and their peers. In addition to looking at the fundamentals, he uses different timing models for industry groups, and scans upwards of 2000 stocks daily to identify the best fundamental opportunities with the timeliest technical setups. Taylor is a huge proponent of Trend Following and the “Turtles” who enjoyed compound annual growth rates of over 50 percent per year.

Recent Articles By Taylor Dart

: SLV |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Silver Sentiment Hits Worst Level in Years

Silver (SLV) is down 5% this month and re-testing the $22.50/oz level. This relentless selling pressure continues to put a massive dent in sentiment, with despondency across the sector. This is evidenced by bullish sentiment sitting at its lowest levels in nearly three years and many investors exiting the sector for greener pastures. Let’s take a closer look below:
: KL |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Gold Miners to Buy on Dips: Newmont Gold, Kirkland Lake Gold, and Orla Mining

Among the gold mining sector are the explorers, the producers, and the royalty companies, with each offering different risk profiles. The explorers are the highest-risk with regular capital raises and no guarantees that they’ll build a mine; the producers are medium-risk, with risk dependent on diversification and margins; and the royalty companies are the lowest-risk but offer the least reward. The sweet spot in most cases for returns relative to risk are the producers, given that the royalty companies rarely trade at a discount, even if they do offer safety. In this update, we’ll look at Newmont (NEM), Kirkland Lake Gold (KL), and Orla Mining (ORLA), two producers that are best in breed, and one explorer fully financed to graduate to the producer ranks in December.
: AMZN |  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Tech Stocks to Buy on Dips Before Q4

It’s been a volatile start to the week for the major market averages, with the S&P-500 (SPY) and Nasdaq-100 Index (QQQ) both sliding more than 3% to start the week on an intra-day basis. The good news is that while the market itself remains expensive, as do many QQQ constituents, there are a few names trading at reasonable prices when factoring in their industry-leading growth rates. Two of these names are Paycom Software (PAYC) and Amazon.com (AMZN), with Paycom recently breaking out of a large base and Amazon currently pulling back after a failed breakout earlier this year.
: SLV |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Silver Approaching Key Level

It’s been another rough week for the precious metals sector, with the price of silver (SLV) plunging more than 4% to undercut the $23.00/oz level, extending its year-to-date losses to nearly 14%. Taylor Dart explains why the metal needs to hold its support level.
: SLV |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Silver: Time For Bulls To Start Playing Offense

It’s been a disappointing year thus far for silver (SLV) and the Silver Miners Index (SIL), with the metal sliding by more than 8% year-to-date and the Silver Miners Index plunging more than 13%. However, Taylor Dart explains why investors should consider getting more aggressive here.
: U |  News, Ratings, and Charts

But the Dip on These Two Tech Stocks With Impressive Growth Rates

Unity Software (U) and Datadog (DDOG) are both in the Software industry group, and both have posted strong quarter-to-date performance, easily outperforming their tech peers. While Datadog is a data observability service for cloud-scale applications, Unity is a video-game software development company founded in Denmark. Taylor Dart explains why these stocks are a buy.
: SLV |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is This a Healthy Correction or New Bear Market for Silver?

Investors in the precious metals space have had to endure a painful 12-month stretch, with gold (GLD) down 18%, silver (SLV), and many miners down as much as 45% in the same period. This pathetic performance has been even more frustrating considering the backdrop of inflation readings at multi-year highs and ultra-loose monetary policy. However, while we have seen significant damage to the short-term charts for gold and silver during this lengthy correction, the long-term charts remain bullish, with minimal technical damage.
: NEM |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Miners Trading At Dirt-Cheap Valuations

Gold miners are one of the worst-performing sectors this year. However, inflation and government policy remain supportive. Taylor Dart explains why you should consider buying these miners trading at cheap valuations: SSR Mining (SSRM), Newmont (NEM), and Hecla Mining (HL).
: NLOK |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Here's Why You Should Buy These 2 Tech Stocks

The Nasdaq recently hit new all-time highs as earnings season has been quite strong leading to a flurry of upgrades and EPS estimate revised higher. Taylor Dart identifies two stocks worth buying now: Hewlett Packard (HPQ) and NortonLifeLock (NLOK).
: SLV |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is it Time to Buy Silver?

Silver has performed poorly so far in 2021 with an 11% loss YTD. This is despite many positive catalysts including rising inflation and dovish monetary policy. Taylor Dart explains whether it's time to buy the dip.
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