David Sharek

David Sharek is stock portfolio manager at Shareks Stock Portfolios and the founder of The School of Hard Stocks. David's posted four years of +40% returns in his 16 year career. His Growth Portfolio has averaged investors 13% per year since 2003, 5% better than the S&P 500's 8% during that time. His book The School of Hard Stocks can be found on Amazon.com.

Strong Economies Mean More Travel at Priceline

Strong worldwide economic growth is positive for travel, which is why I feel Priceline (PCLN) will continue to grow in the high-teens. And a lower dollar helps profits too.

Grainger is Back in a Big Way After A Huge Quarter

Industrial supply company Grainger (GWW) is up BIG after a blowout qtr that saw profits rise 20%. A weak dollar as well as strong construction and infrastructure spending is good for GWW.

My Top Ten Growth Stocks for 2018

Technology stocks continue to lead the stock market in a big way, and six of my Top Ten Growth Stocks or 2018 are tech top names.

Starbucks Looks to Continue its Sideways Move

Even though Starbucks (SBUX) has been building a base for more than two years, the stock still isn’t undervalued by my measures and looks to continue its sideways chart pattern.

Tax Law Changes Benefit Bright Horizons

Bright Horizon Family Solutions (BFAM) operates childcare centers in large businesses. A strong economy is good for labor, and this new tax break helps too.

Live Streaming is Propelling YY’s Growth

Live streaming video is hot in China, and YY (YY) is growing rapidly because of it. And even though this stock has doubled since July, it still has a low P/E of just 16.

Weibo Has the Best Fundamentals

Weibo (WB) is a Twitter-like social platform in China that has the best fundamentals of any stock I follow. Videos and live-streaming are propelling WB’s stellar rise.

Alibiba is Growing at a Phenominal Rate

Alibaba (BABA) is growing faster than I ever anticipated. Profits soared 74% last qtr on a steep 61% gain in sales. BABA rose 95% in 2017, but does it have room to run in 2018?