David Peltier


David Peltier joined TheStreet as a research associate in August 2001, and writes TheStreet Stocks Under $10. Before that, Peltier was an analyst for Individual Investor magazine and the publication's Web site. His market interests include small-caps, technology and retail stocks. He has appeared on NPR, NBR and WNYW-TV.

Peltier received his bachelor's degree cum laude in finance and international business from New York University.




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Recent Articles By The Author

Quarter Gives Antares Pharma a 'QuickShot'

With the stock jumping on 4Q results, we'll lower our rating.

2 of Our Banks to Pay Dividends

Shareholders of Synovus Financial and Huntington Bancshares will qualify for payouts this week.

Stocks Under $10 Weekly Summary

We bulked up on Abraxas Petroleum and Yamana Gold on weakness, as the markets pulled back and investors positioned for next week’s FOMC meeting.

Must-Own Dates of Note

Domino's Pizza, Merck and Viacom are among the companies with payouts at hand.

Dividend Stocks Face Competition From Higher Rates

Investors should focus on companies that can raise dividends.

GameStop Payout at Hand

We believe the company should benefit from recent video game console launches, such as Nintendo’s new Switch platform.

Teligent Jumps on Solid Results

Its bottom line exceeded expectations even as its revenue fell just short of consensus estimates.

Adding to 2 Commodity Positions

We're buying more shares of Abraxas Petroleum and Yamana Gold.

We Just Weren't Nimble Enough on Nimble Storage

We're removing Nimble from the Bullpen after its stock shot skyward today on a cash takeover offer from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

A Look at Teligent Into Today's Earnings Report

Teligent is expected to triple annual profit for each of the next two years, and we’d consider adding to our position on the next market pullback.