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Vincent Martin

Joined: Mar 15, 2022
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Vincent Martin's Comment & Analysis
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Semiconductor bulls believed the chip cycle had come to an end. That no longer appears to be the case Plunging demand hitting near-term performance and colors past results NVDA is down 68% from its...
A blowout third-quarter earnings report sent Pepsico stock higher Wednesday Ability to manage inflationary environment is impressive Report shows why PEP receives surprising premium to KO, and why...
SHOP’s stunning decline from November highs doesn’t make a bull case, although downside risk still exists This remains an unprofitable company with decelerating growth and a valuation...
ALGN has been the worst stock in the S&P 500 so far this year Declining earnings suggest the sell-off is logical — and may have further to go The business is in better shape than the numbers...
Purely from a business perspective, CrowdStrike has one of the most attractive stories in the market Even after a big sell-off, however, valuation remains a concern Investors have stayed patient of...
GM’s third-quarter sales report looks impressive, with the company taking market share in several categories The EV strategy shows promise, though competition still ahead GM’s focus on...
Down 84% year to date, Carnival stock seems left out of 'return to normalcy' trade Equity and debt issuance to fund pandemic losses explains much of the decline Long-term investors can still be...
So far, the market has shrugged off last week’s disappointing outlook from Micron The long view makes some sense, as Micron is an intensely cyclical company One key question: How long will...
After a post-earnings sell-off Friday, NKE now has been halved since November Inventory challenges are a problem, but it is not limited to Nike At these lows, investors can look to bottom-time NKE if...
LYFT stock has been a disappointment since the 2019 IPO, and now trades below even March 2020 lows Management is targeting $700 million in free cash flow in 2024, a target which could drive LYFT from...