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

Buy Jabil Circuit, the Apple Alternative

Buy Jabil Circuit, the Apple Alternative

Apple's part supplier should continue to rise, no matter what you think of the iPhone.

Buy KB Home

Buy KB Home

KB Home stock is priced in an attractive neighborhood for the next 12 to 18 months.

Buy FedEx if You See an Economy That's Growing

Buy FedEx if You See an Economy That's Growing

FedEx is projected to grow earnings at an average rate of more than 14% annually for the next five years.

Why National Oilwell Varco Could Be a Buy

Why National Oilwell Varco Could Be a Buy

National Oilwell Varco, which once traded at around $84, has been hit hard. But it could reclaim that valuation.

Buy Gilead and Wait for the Rebound

Buy Gilead and Wait for the Rebound

Gilead is a cheap stock with solid turnaround potential and a healthy dividend.

Navistar Is Poised to Deliver Down the Road

Navistar Is Poised to Deliver Down the Road

Earnings weren't great but the transportation stock is worth holding thanks to a major deal with Volkswagen.

Time to Tear Down Your Restoration Hardware Position

Time to Tear Down Your Restoration Hardware Position

Take your profits now. The stock has gone as far as it can go.

Hain Celestial Is a Natural Investment Choice Again

Hain Celestial Is a Natural Investment Choice Again

The organic food company's risk-reward ratio is now more positive.

Tailored Brands Could Fit Nicely in Your Portfolio

Tailored Brands Could Fit Nicely in Your Portfolio

Tailored Brands has a consensus buy rating and an average analyst price target of $17.60.

Is It Time to Take Profits in Hewlett Packard Enterprise?

Is It Time to Take Profits in Hewlett Packard Enterprise?

The stock becomes attractive again at 10% to 15% below where it is now, or when revenue growth picks back up.