Contributor's Links: Scanlon on Stocks

Student triple majoring in Finance, Economics, and Data Analytics with 5+ years experience in options trading. Focus on fundamentals, with special interest in equity valuations and macroeconomic analysis.


What’s Turning The Markets: The Fed, China, And Corporate Debt
The market is on a weird ride. Word play seems to be the market mover of choice recently, with several of the President’s tweets about specific companies or tariffs moving the stock market.
The Roku Story: How Far Can It Go?
Roku trades at a high valuation, especially compared to their tech peers. The company is issuing an additional 1M shares of stock that they plan to use toward working capital and general corporate purposes.
American Tower: 5G And Emerging Markets
Technological innovations such as 5G gives AMT plenty of opportunity to capitalize on growth opportunities. The company appears to be currently overvalued, but has the capacity to sustain growth well into the future.
Investing In The Disruptors: Profitability In The Age Of Monopolies
The market has entered into a period of relative uncertainty, as measured by the VIX. There are several ETFs that can be used to invest across the disruption industry.
Green Dot: The Drop Is The Perfect Time To Buy
Green Dot is accelerating potential growth prospects by investing heavily into their Banking as a Service platform and marketing opportunities. The company is potentially undervalued due to market overreaction and DCF calculations.
Uber: The IPO Underperformance Is A Good Thing
Uber's initial underperformance isn’t pretty, but Uber has strong fundamentals, a good business plan, and is evolving into a super app, a trend that will serve them well into the future.


AAPL Apple Inc.
F Ford Motor Company
FCAU Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
GM General Motors Company
PCG PG &E Corporation
PEG Public Service Enterprise Group Inc.
TSLA Tesla Motors Inc.
XRX Xerox Corporation



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My Reason Why
As I move forward in this next stage, I hope that I always retain my love of finance, of numbers, of asking why. I hope that I always remember my reason why. And I hope that I never get too busy with matters of great consequence.

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