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.
The company continues to post strong growth. But upon closer examination, this high-priced, cash-burning ride-sharing stock is best avoided.
Despite the illusion of strong and consistent growth, Workday's free cash flow generation is paltry and investors should avoid the 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.
The tech giant has strong growth prospects, a super-efficient supply chain and continues to trade cheaply.
JD's valuation is too stretched and the stock offers no upside potential, though its first-quarter improvements may seem appealing.
Despite the specter of a trade war, the Chinese e-commerce giant continues to deliver a very fast pace of growth and its shares remain undervalued.
In 2019, Netflix faces its fiercest competition. At the same time, its balance sheet has never been more strained.
Snap's shares have soared so far this year. But despite its success at reaching younger users, this is not a stock to be invested in.
Adobe is making all the right moves and its 2019 outlook is looking rosy. However, excessive positive investor sentiment has left the stock priced for perfection.
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