Michael Wiggins De Oliveira

Michael Wiggins De Oliveira is a London-based hedge fund manager. Michael is a writer for various platforms, including TheStreet and Seeking Alpha. Michael specializes in deep value investing.

Recent Articles By The Author

Amazon Is No Longer A Strong Growth Story

Amazon Is No Longer A Strong Growth Story

Amazon's fourth-quarter results are likely to show that its rapid growth has started to slow.

Why Now Is a Great Time to Buy Alphabet

Why Now Is a Great Time to Buy Alphabet

The past 12 months have seen Alphabet's share fall out of favor with investors, offering a good opportunity for contrarian investors looking to invest with a large margin of safety.

Microsoft Is a Huge Bargain Lying in Plain Sight

Microsoft Is a Huge Bargain Lying in Plain Sight

The software giant is a terrific investment opportunity offering investors a steady and stable return.

Micron's Prospects Should Improve Significantly by the End of 2019

Micron's Prospects Should Improve Significantly by the End of 2019

Investors buying into Micron today need to have an iron grip and a steel stomach, but should be rewarded for it.

Why Intel's Share Price Has Held Up -- and Has Room to Rise in 2019

Why Intel's Share Price Has Held Up -- and Has Room to Rise in 2019

The chipmaker's solid top-line growth, strong share repurchase program and cheap valuation are all positives in its favor.

Why Discovery Stock Could Nearly Double in 2019

Why Discovery Stock Could Nearly Double in 2019

Wall Street has driven DISCA down some 24% since Nov. 8, but there's actually a lot to like with this media giant.

Why Facebook Remains One of the Best Opportunities In Tech

Why Facebook Remains One of the Best Opportunities In Tech

While Facebook may be currently out of favor with investors, its valuation says the stock is an absolute steal.

Netflix Stock Is More Dangerous Than You Think

Netflix Stock Is More Dangerous Than You Think

Think the stock's decline over the last three months offers a margin of safety? Think again.

5 Reasons Why AMD Stock Is Way Overpriced Here

5 Reasons Why AMD Stock Is Way Overpriced Here

Advanced Micro Devices rallied 11.3% Monday, but warning signs abound for the name.

For Tesla, Musk's Magic Is Wearing Off

For Tesla, Musk's Magic Is Wearing Off

There are very few publicly traded companies that can carry a balance sheet with as many warning signs as Tesla, and still have a market cap of $50 billion.