PWE up to $1.70, called it as a longterm position since the $1.53's - done a lot of DD on this company and their breakeven value per barrel. Still a long way to go and I expect this to break $2's in the near future
DEPO: I feel Depomed has a hold on the pharmaceutical industry. Their earnings have continued to grow and generally beat analysts’ consensus. Their revenue has grown exponentially since 2013. There is a demand for the products in their pipeline and I see them being a solid hold as they will shine when a new medical insurance bill is passed.
ETP: I am strongly interested in this pipeline holding company due to the near completion of the Keystone Pipeline. Once the project is complete, wait for this company to report earnings that quarter and watch what happens. As it stands right now they are undervalued with strong potential to touch $60s in 6 months.
QCOM: I’ve missed the low-ball entry for this technological behemoth. I am still waiting for that perfect time to enter before they start to leg up. They continue to push into new areas with their technology.
MBLY: This company continues to have increasing revenue and beat estimates. I suspect more demand as their technology is being touted internationally for safety features in vehicles. As the asphalt gets more and more crowded by rubber this company will have a hard time keeping up with demand in the longer term.
NVDQ: This is the only sub $10 stock I’ve ever considered for a long time hold. This is a steal at these prices. They are looking to expand internationally and I believe this will push this company into more investor’s portfolios. There is already a decent amount of institutional ownership and I see double by the end of the year.
CMCSA: This is the entertainment giant Comcast that many people have known for years. They continue to adapt to a changing market and outperform expectations. The ticker just recently underwent a split to acquire more eyes on it and I expect to see some heavy accumulation before it begins to make solid gains mid to long term.