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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Micron Is a Challenging Stock, but Worth the Effort

Micron Is a Challenging Stock, but Worth the Effort

No stock is perfect, but investors can still win with a bet on Micron at these price levels.

Netflix vs. Disney: Whose Streaming Service Should You Bet On?

Netflix vs. Disney: Whose Streaming Service Should You Bet On?

The battle for subscribers and content among streaming video providers is only going to get more intense in 2019. Here is why Disney is the superior investment over Netflix.

Microsoft's Azure vs. Amazon's AWS: Which One Should You Bet On?

Microsoft's Azure vs. Amazon's AWS: Which One Should You Bet On?

How should investors position themselves in the cloud computing war?

Facebook vs. Alphabet: Which One Should You Invest In?

Facebook vs. Alphabet: Which One Should You Invest In?

Both stocks are likely to continue performing remarkably well, but one offers investors a better opportunity to profit.

AMD vs. Nvidia: Which Chipmaker Is the Better Investment?

AMD vs. Nvidia: Which Chipmaker Is the Better Investment?

In a comparison of AMD and Nvidia, there is one clear winner.

IBM Is More Than Just a Fat Dividend

IBM Is More Than Just a Fat Dividend

IBM continues to generate strong free cash flow and yet it trades at unreasonably low levels.

Netflix: There's Never Been a Riskier Time to Invest Than Now

Netflix: There's Never Been a Riskier Time to Invest Than Now

The streaming giant's competition is fierce and well-financed, while Netflix itself has been relying on debt to hold on to its market share.

Apple Is One of the Most Undervalued Opportunities in Tech Right Now

Apple Is One of the Most Undervalued Opportunities in Tech Right Now

Apple remains out of favor with investors and trading too cheaply relative to its Services opportunity.

Micron Stock Remains Bargain-Priced

Micron Stock Remains Bargain-Priced

While investors are concerned about when memory prices will bottom, Micron is still cheap relative to its peers.

As Amazon's Growth Slows, Its Margin of Safety Has Become Razor Thin

As Amazon's Growth Slows, Its Margin of Safety Has Become Razor Thin

Looking into the rear view mirror for Amazon will fail to show risks to growth ahead.