At the recent Sohn San Francisco Investment Conference, a number of up-and-coming hedge fund stars revealed their best stock ideas right now. For some of these star stock picks of “rising star” hedge fund managers – including a “super unconventional biotech” focused on anti-viral smallpox treatment with more than 30% upside potential in 12 months, CLICK HERE.
“Apple and Amazon shares have been great performers for years, while good, old AT&T hasn’t done much of anything,” notes the author of today’s article. However, he proceeds to outline a scenario under which the underperforming AT&T has the potential to outperform current strong performers Apple and Amazon. For what the author identifies as “a key point investors ought not to miss” about these three stocks right now – and his recommendations on when and how to buy shares of AT&T, CLICK HERE.
It’s probably not a surprise to learn that the stocks that were the most adored by analysts at the start of 2018 beat the overall market last year. A little more surprising, however, is the fact that the stocks that were the most despised by analysts at the start of last year also ended up beating the market. Given this, which stocks are the biggest analyst darlings (and which stocks are the most disliked by analysts) as 2019 gets underway – and which group (the adored or the despised) might end up doing better this year? CLICK HERE.
When it comes to achieving financial independence, there are factors you have little control over (such as the returns the market will provide). However, having talked with many people who are working towards, or who have achieved, financial independence, the author of today’s article has identified a number of tools they use to get rich – tools that, importantly, are within their control. Moreover, the author warns that “If you ignore those levers…chances are that you may not reach your goals, even if you are a more talented stock picker than Warren Buffett.” For more, CLICK HERE.
With information from second-quarter hedge fund disclosures now publicly available, today’s article looks at which stocks the top-performing (but not necessarily well-known) hedge funds have been buying – and thus which stocks those funds’ managers may view as overlooked opportunities. For the top five stock-picking hedge funds – and some stocks those funds’ managers have taken new positions in – CLICK HERE.
Consider them “the second round of FANG stocks”: Baidu, Twitter, Tesla and Ali Baba. In today’s article, the author highlights what the price cycles of these four companies indicate about how to trade them during the remainder of August and into September. What do the charts have to say about what to buy, what to sell – and when? CLICK HERE to find out.
Warren Buffett is a man greatly admired by many investors – and Lou Simpson is a man greatly admired by Warren Buffett. As such, today’s article details the criteria that Simpson, a former CEO at Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and current chairman of SQ Advisors, looks for in stocks (and one factor he “assuredly does not rely on”) – as well as SQ Advisors’ 15 current stock holdings. For more, CLICK HERE.
An at-home beverage machine maker, a display technology developer and manufacturer, and a water heater manufacturer make up the three stocks highlighted in today’s article that may be among the best picks right now for smart growth investors, as they offer the prospect of high growth without corresponding high risk. For more on these three growth stocks – including how the aforementioned water heater manufacturer is poised to profit from the expansion of China’s middle class – CLICK HERE.
Israel’s economy is booming, thanks in large part to its tech sector. However, today’s article notes that Israeli tech companies do not receive much attention from American investors – and while there are 95 Israeli companies currently trading on the Nasdaq, these do not include smaller, mid-cap names. Enter the ETF that today’s article highlights, which seeks “to bring broader exposure of Israel-based tech companies to both U.S. and Israeli investors” – and which is up almost 30% in one year. For more on this ETF, CLICK HERE.
While growth in the smartphone market has been sluggish (in part due to consumers postponing upgrades to the newest – and priciest – models), today’s article notes that the top smartphone makers in the world are still showing solid growth. So which smartphone stocks might be the best buys? The author makes the case for two smartphone stocks to buy today – and the case against a popular smartphone supply chain play. For more, CLICK HERE.