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Fundamental Analysis of Crowdstrike

On the latest Fundamental Analysis Show we discussed Crowdstrike (CRWD), a cloud-first cybersecurity firm. Highlights from the Show: Sales growing 90%+ P/S of 38 Recurring revenue, high gross margins Founded in 2011, is not profitable yet Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/episode/0b4cAZIffHTMnYGfsilScA #Stocks #Invest #Podcast #Crowdstrike #FundamentalAnalysis #Finance

Target is a Buy on the Trade War Dip

Shares of domestic retailer Target have lost some steam lately, down 12% in the last 30 days. Investors are worried about the escalating trade war with China (at least until talks start “progressing” again for the Friday pump) and how it will impact stocks exposed to the country. However, I believe if you have a five-year time horizon, this short-term trade war dip can be a buying opportunity for something I think is a great value play. Target is already heavily discounted ag

Zoom is the IPO to Watch, Not Lyft

Lately, the financial media has been talking a big game about the Silicon Valley Unicorns finally going public. Uber and Lyft have dominated the conversation the past month, with a little bit of Pinterest and Slack sprinkled in for good measure. From the outside looking in, it seems like these companies are garnering a lot more attention than usual, and could possibly be the most anticipated public offerings since Facebook‘s in 2012. The problem is, most of these tech compani

How to Successfully Invest for the Long Term

This is the fourth and final piece from a series called “Investing for the Long Term.” You can read the first post here, second post here, and third post here. “We’re blind to our blindness. We have very little idea of how little we know. We’re not designed to.” – Daniel Kahneman Humans crave assurances. We want others to confirm our biases and tell us the future is certain when it certainly is not. CNBC wouldn’t be popular if analysts got in front of the camera and said: “ma

Buy the dip on Teladoc Health?

Teladoc Health’s stock is getting crushed after-hours, down as much as 21%. The company just released its 4th quarter and full year earnings report, meeting expectations on earnings but missing on their 2019 guidance. If you’ve read any of my posts before, you know I don’t pay much attention to analyst estimates. I believe times like these are great for opportunistic investors who want to take advantage of an irrational market. Here are the highlights from the report: Full-ye

My Favorite Quotes From Berkshire Hathaway’s Annual Letter to Shareholders

In late February the investing world is treated with Warren Buffet’s annual letter to shareholders. He has published it every year going back to 1965 and typically uses it to share his insights on Berkshire’s philosophy and the world. This year was no different. As required by the SEC, Berkshire Hathaway has to disclose quarterly what stocks it has bought and sold as well as its balance sheet and income statement. And while it is always interesting to see the actions of a sea

Investing for the Long Term

Albert Einstein purportedly called compound interest the “eighth wonder of the world,” and stated that “He who understands it earns it; he who doesn’t pays it.” And while Einstein was likely not the originator of this quote, the sentiment still rings true today. The effect of compound interest across our capitalistic, free-market society is staggering. It can bring unimaginable fortunes, as well as insurmountable debts. Some people understand its power; few people actually ap



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