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.

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Give More Slack to Slack Before You Invest In it

Give More Slack to Slack Before You Invest In it

Though growing fast, the company is still losing lots of money and faces tough competition.

Adobe Shares Are a Bit Too Hot to Handle Right Now

Adobe Shares Are a Bit Too Hot to Handle Right Now

Adobe's results were impressive and its guidance is strong. Nevertheless, its shares are richly valued with little margin of safety.

Interested in Pinterest? It's Probably Best to Move Along

Interested in Pinterest? It's Probably Best to Move Along

Investors are strongly attracted to Pinterest's revenue growth. However, its stock is already pricing in so much positive sentiment that there is no upside left.

Twitter: Don't Miss This Turnaround

Twitter: Don't Miss This Turnaround

Twitter is better positioned today than it has been for a long time. Yet its shares remain unreasonably cheap.

Cloudera: Avoid This Falling Knife

Cloudera: Avoid This Falling Knife

Cloudera's shares plunged recently to an all time-low. With plenty of uncertainty still facing the company, investors should avoid this stock.

Don't Look to Lyft Shares to Give Your Portfolio a Lift

Don't Look to Lyft Shares to Give Your Portfolio a Lift

The company continues to post strong growth. But upon closer examination, this high-priced, cash-burning ride-sharing stock is best avoided.

Workday: Why Now Is Not the Time to Buy This Hot Stock

Workday: Why Now Is Not the Time to Buy This Hot Stock

Despite the illusion of strong and consistent growth, Workday's free cash flow generation is paltry and investors should avoid the stock.

Don't Get Taken for a Ride by Uber's Stock

Don't Get Taken for a Ride by Uber's Stock

Uber's Q1 2019 lacked all the luster of a high growth company. With mounting losses and break-even nowhere in sight, this stock is best avoided.

Apple Investors' Concerns About a China-U.S. Trade War Are Overblown

Apple Investors' Concerns About a China-U.S. Trade War Are Overblown

The tech giant has strong growth prospects, a super-efficient supply chain and continues to trade cheaply.

Avoid JD Even When Investors Return to Pick Over China Stocks

Avoid JD Even When Investors Return to Pick Over China Stocks

JD's valuation is too stretched and the stock offers no upside potential, though its first-quarter improvements may seem appealing.