Jim Collins is the Founding Partner of Portfolio Guru. Collins researches small stocks in his newsletter, MicroCap Guru, and uses income-investing principles to manage money for individuals on a fee-only, separately-managed account basis.
Previously, Collins spent 10 years as an equity analyst in New York and London covering the automotive sector for Lehman Brothers, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and UBS. He holds an A.B. in Economics and History from Duke University and has completed the academic requirements for the CFA designation.
Recent Articles By The Author
GE Stock Won't Be a Buy Until It Acts Like George Costanza
After 119 years, GE needs to make this very difficult decision.
Stop Calling Nio the Chinese Tesla: It Has a MUCH Brighter Future
William Li has built the perfect 21st century car company while Elon Musk struggles to overcome 'production hell.'
Tesla Will Not Solve Its Many Problems With Elon Musk as 'Head Coach'
Tesla's execution issues bring to mind John McKay's hapless Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Let Analysts Be Analysts and Let Fund Managers Pick Stocks
MSCI's GICS reclassification is yet another example of the ETF-ization of this market.
The 'Emerging Markets Meltdown' Is Not What You Think It Is
If you really want to play emerging markets, you have to look at the fixed-income side.
U.S., Mexico Free Trade Is Not a Game Changer for Auto Stocks
As fantastic as consumer metrics have been of late, I do believe we have seen the peak in U.S. auto sales for this cycle.
Focus on the Fundamentals With Tesla
Tesla makes cars and car companies are not highly valued by the stock market.
Let's Size Up Opportunity in a Smattering of Underperformers, Shall We?
From beaten-down currencies to U.S. Treasurys, it's always valuable to assess the prospects of various asset classes.
This 'Blood in the Streets' Play Is My New Real Money Best Idea
If this stock performs like my previous pick you're in for a treat.
Tesla's Three-Ring Circus
The market's perception can change, and I predict fearlessly that it will, but ultimately numbers do matter.