Daniel Martins

Daniel Martins is a U.S.-based analyst and founder of independent research firm DM Martins Research. His work is centered around building more efficient, easily replicable portfolios that are properly risk-balanced for growth with lower downside risk. Daniel is a former equity research professional at FBR Capital Markets in New York City and finance analyst at hedge fund Bridgewater Associates. He holds an MBA in Financial Instruments and Markets from New York University.

Recent Articles By The Author

Salesforce.com vs. Oracle: Which Is the Better Cloud Stock?

Salesforce.com vs. Oracle: Which Is the Better Cloud Stock?

Both companies have weathered their latest mixed financial results, and their shares are now back on the rise. Which is the more compelling buy at current levels?

JPMorgan Stock Is a Quality Play for Uncertain Times

JPMorgan Stock Is a Quality Play for Uncertain Times

With macroeconomic worries lingering, this is a good time to favor quality in the financial services sector. JPMorgan is a worthy contender.

Five Below May Be Worth Adding to Your Shopping List Ahead of Earnings

Five Below May Be Worth Adding to Your Shopping List Ahead of Earnings

Despite the hefty price tag, Five Below's earnings results on March 27 should fuel investor optimism for the year ahead.

Schlumberger Deserves a Higher Price

Schlumberger Deserves a Higher Price

The oil and gas giant has been suffering from investor skepticism over a highly uncertain and volatile oil and gas environment. But it continues to make the right moves to remain lean and highly liquid.

Does Cisco Need to Catch Its Breath After Its Big Run-Up?

Does Cisco Need to Catch Its Breath After Its Big Run-Up?

This may be the most favorable business environment for Cisco since the bursting of the dot com bubble. But owning the stock at higher valuation multiples does not come without substantial risks.

Kohl's Delivers an Impressive Quarter That Bodes Well for 2019

Kohl's Delivers an Impressive Quarter That Bodes Well for 2019

Kohl's fourth quarter showed comparable sales, margins and inventory all trending positively. The company also has strong fundamentals and a modest valuation.