David Sharek is stock portfolio manager at Shareks Stock Portfolios and the founder of The School of Hard Stocks.
Sharek's Growth Stock Portfolio has delivered its investors an average return of 18% per year since inception vs. the S&P 500's 10% during that time (2003-2020).
David's delivered five years of +40% returns in his 18 year career, including 106% during 2020.
David Sharek's book The School of Hard Stocks can be found on Amazon.com.
Last quarter in my Apple (AAPL) article, I wrote “The pressure is building. The levee has to break”. Well the levee has broke and the stock has hit all-time highs — yet to me the stock is cheaper. Here’s why…
International Business Machines (IBM) is one reason I think this market will push higher in in the next year. Big Blue has good profit growth, a reasonable P/E, and is undervalued. IBM could push the Dow higher.
Investors have gone Googleisious over Google (GOOG) again after a great earnings reeport last quarter. It’s as if the stock has gotten out of rehab and told investors it won’t hurt them again. Here’s what I think of GOOG today.
If you’re like me, you’ve missed out on Netflix (NFLX) stock as it went from $30 to $300 since the end of 2008. Yesterday’s poor eranings results combined with bad P.R. from soon-to-be price increase could give us our chance to get in.
After researching stocks in the Chinese Hotel market, its clear to me the long term potential is enourmous, but 2011 looks like a wasted year for investment dollars. I’ll sell China Lodging (HTHT) today.