It’s a money-printing machine.
With too many headwinds on the horizon it’s a risky pick in an inherently risky industry.
Shares are up more than 240% in the past two years and they recently hit fresh all-time highs.
This is the last part in our ongoing series on becoming a master trader.
With a single-digit PE ratio and trading close to its 52-week lows, buyers could profit hugely at these levels.
These three stock charts bear watching at the end of a solid if unspectacular week.
Our target potential upside is 38% to 88% in the next 4 to 6 months.
It’s my “Option Trade of the Day”.
Here are today’s upgrades and downgrades: Snap, Chipotle, Gildan Activewear, Bank of Queensland, Rolls-Royce and more.
Wall Street thinks it’s a zero growth company. However, it’s much more than that, and this disconnect is reason to buy it.