Richard Saintvilus

After 20 successful years in the IT industry, Saintvilus decided his second act would be as a stock analyst -- bringing logic from an investor's point of view. Richard's work has been featured on CNBC, Yahoo! Finance, MSN Money, Forbes, Motley Fool and numerous other outlets.

 

Recent Articles By The Author

Why You Need to Be Patient With IBM

Why You Need to Be Patient With IBM

The tech stock is undervalued but working to catch up to competitors in the cloud.

Bank on First Horizon Stock

Bank on First Horizon Stock

Now is the time to own a cheap stock that is operating on all cylinders with the potential to beat the market.

Time to Sell Infosys on Its Disappointing Guidance

Time to Sell Infosys on Its Disappointing Guidance

Infosys should be avoided until the company shows enough confidence in the business to boost revenue projections.

Buy Alcoa Now, Expect Gains Later

Buy Alcoa Now, Expect Gains Later

The stock is poised to rise once the aluminum giant splits in two. The company reports earnings Tuesday.

Why Micron Will Lead a Semiconductor Recovery

Why Micron Will Lead a Semiconductor Recovery

With over 1100% year-over-year earnings growth projections for 2017, Micron has a consensus buy rating and average price target of $20. That seems too conservative.

Want a Bargain? Buy Costco

Want a Bargain? Buy Costco

Cramer says Costco is one of the best-run retail chains in the world. Time to buy the stock while it's cheaper.

Why Carnival Stock Will Cruise to New Highs

Why Carnival Stock Will Cruise to New Highs

Not only has Carnival beaten analysts' earnings-per-share estimates in 10 straight quarters, the company is projected to grow earnings at an annual rate of 16% in the next five years.

Why AutoZone Is a Buy

Why AutoZone Is a Buy

If AutoZone can accelerate revenue in the quarters ahead, its stock could reach $900 in the next 12 to 18 months.

Rite Aid's at the Right Price to Buy Now

Rite Aid's at the Right Price to Buy Now

The pharmacy company presents a solid buying opportunity for investors who are willing to hold for the long term.

Bed Bath & Beyond Is a Buy and Here's Why

Bed Bath & Beyond Is a Buy and Here's Why

Bed Bath & Beyond hasn't delivered the goods to investors but that will be changing.