There was much excitement surrounding the IPO market heading into 2019, particularly when it came to the stable of “unicorns” set to IPO this year – and while a number of unicorns that IPO-ed in the first half of the year (e.g. Beyond Meat, CrowdStrike) saw their share prices surge in the first few months of trading (and still remain above the IPO price), the author of today’s article observes that “the same can’t be said for more recent listings such as Uber, Lyft and Peloton which sank on their first day and continued on a downward path.” What does he point to as “the main issue underlying the recent troubles” – and what’s the lesson for IPO investors? CLICK HERE.
“This situation is perfect for us,” declares the author of today’s article in regards to the fact that, while natural gas prices have soared, the share prices of natural gas producers have not yet moved in kind. He proceeds to examine why this is the case – and highlights one way to profit from the rising prices and demand for natural gas while producers’ stocks are beaten down. For more, CLICK HERE.
A look at the top holdings of Berkshire Hathaway’s equity portfolio makes it clear that Warren Buffett is very bullish on the U.S. financial sector – and while Buffett himself has not provided a specific reason as to why that is, the author of today’s article believes it’s because we have entered a “golden age for American banks”, with many years of rising earnings and rising share prices ahead. Why might this be the case – and what are the two newest financial additions to Berkshire’s portfolio? CLICK HERE.
Underlying the success of every market guru is a sound investment strategy – and part of any such strategy is identifying companies with sensible share prices. However, different market gurus have different approaches when it comes to evaluating the sensibleness of a company’s share price. Today’s article details the investment strategies of several legendary investors – and identifies some top scoring stocks based on each strategy right now. For more, CLICK HERE.