ServiceNow (NOW) is one of the world’s fastest growing software companies. It reminds me a lot of Salesforce.com. But NOW has a P/E of 94, which makes it high to buy.
TAL Education (TAL) has been one of the greatest stocks of this past year — rising from $10 to $30. It’s too high to buy now, but I’ll keep an eye on it.
Under Armour (UA) stock is down from an All-TIme high of more than $50 to less than $20. Yet still this stock has a p/E of 43 — as profits are declining.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet (OLLI) has “good stuff cheap” but OLLI’s stock sure isn’t cheap. It has a P/E of 36, double its Estimated Long Term Growth Rate of 18%.
Let’s take a look at NVIDIA (NVDA), the chip stock that’s transforming the world with the brains for automated cars, advanced games, and artificial intelligence.
Is Regeneron (REGN) worth the five hundred or so dollars a share the stock is selling for? Or is it up because of renewed appreciation for Biotechs.
Illumina (ILMN) is in need of upgrades. Not analyst upgrades, customer upgrades. ILMN’s NovaSeq is superior to its HiSeqX machines, but costs to upgrade are high.
Bright Horizons Family Solutions (BFAM) brings childcare to the workplace — literally — with its on-site sponsored childcare, where companies pay 20% of the cost.
MasterCard (MA) shares continue to climb higher. Profits rose 17% last qtr as the number of transactions grew 17%. But with a 19 P/E is MA too high?
Last week Under Armour (UA) tried to break out at $21 on upbeat news it may have bottomed. Let’s look inside the numbers to see if its time to buy.
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