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They have increased their quarterly top and bottom lines significantly

Tech growth investors may want to have a look at the following stokcs, as they have posted significant year-over-year increases in their quarterly revenue and net income.

Advanced Micro Devices Inc

The first company that meets the above listed criteria is Advanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD), a Santa Clara, California-based global semiconductors manufacturer.

The company posted a 40.4% year-over-year increase in quarterly revenue to $1.786 billion as of the first quarter of 2020, up from $1.272 billion in first quarter of 2019. The net income was $162 million in the first quarter of 2020, up from $16 million for the

192 Views    Alberto Abaterusso    2020-06-10 14:18
Yellen expressed confidence in the economy

The three indices are slightly in the green while investors await the second day of testimony from Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen. Further, Presidents Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron will shake hands today in Paris.

While the dollar fell against most of its major peers, the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced to 21,540.2, the S&P 500 index rose to 2,444.3 and the Nasdaq Composite jumped to 6,269.2

75 Views    Omar Venerio    2017-07-13 15:50

With these articles, thanks to GuruFocus All-In-One Screener, I want to highlight stocks that have a strong price correction and are trading near their 52-week low. These stocks can be good for investors, since they reported growing earnings over the last few years.

Yandex NV (YNDX)

The Company is an internet and technology company and operates an internet search engine in Russia. Its homepage provides a gateway to the wealth of information available online. Users can find answers to their explicit questions through search box, as well as their implicit questions through current news, weather and

1002 Views    Tiziano Frateschi    2015-08-11 20:12

Before he founded Blue Ridge Capital in 1996, hedge fund manager John Griffin (Trades, Portfolio) was a protégé of Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) and his Tiger Funds and, as such, is known as a “Tiger Cub.” In fact, Griffin is remembered as Robertson’s “right-hand man” from their days together at Tiger Funds.

Griffin has said his investment philosophy comes down to this: He focuses on stocks that can produce a superior return over a three- to five-year period and shorts stocks that will underperform in one or two years.

Griffin’s most significant deals in

9246 Views    David Goodloe    2015-06-23 21:46

Facebook (FB) has spread its wide wings wide and taken instant messaging forum like Whatsapp into its ambit, which is believed to be the best purchase Facebook has made thus far. Now that its popularity is intensifying with a user base multiplying by the day, it is facing some technical concerns such as providing a good mobile interface, constraints on data-intensive features and limited features through installed applications. To crack a whip on the problems, need of the hour would be to buy a web browser which creates a magnitude of variance in the user-friendliness of the Facebook application.


559 Views    Business Reports    2015-05-22 18:39

Though it is a tough challenge to pick up one particular stock from so many trading in the market, it is far easier, when compared to the task of choosing the best stocks from emerging markets like China, Brazil, Russia or India. The economic growth in these countries and their political conditions are quite difficult to understand. Investors need to be very careful while choosing stocks from these emerging markets. Given the economic growth that some of these countries are expected to witness this year and in the future, the following stocks come up as best bets:

Importance of India’s

424 Views    reports.droy    2015-02-17 19:15

According to GuruFocus list of 3-year lows, Bank of Nova Scotia, Caterpillar Inc, National Oilwell Varco Inc, and Yandex NV have all reached their 3-year lows.

Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) reached $48.04

The prices of Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) shares have declined to $48.04, which is only 0.9% above the 3-year high of $68.71.

Bank of Nova Scotia has a market cap of $69.44 billion; its shares were traded at around $48.04 with a P/E ratio of 10.80 and P/S ratio of 3.12. The dividend yield of Bank of Nova Scotia stocks is 4.78%. The company

401 Views    Jimmy Xiao    2015-02-02 15:37

[url=]Howard Marks[/url] ([url=]Trades[/url], [url=]Portfolio[/url]) is the co-chairman of Oaktree, a firm with $93 billion in assets whose primary focus is risk control. He is also famous for regularly penning memos. In his September memo, “Risk Revisisted,” he wrote:

“Economic and company fundamentals in the U.S. are fine today, and asset prices – while full – don’t seem to be at bubble levels. But when undemanding capital markets and a low level of risk aversion combine to encourage investors to engage in risky practices, something usually goes wrong eventually. Although I have no idea what could make the day of reckoning

4208 Views    Holly LaFon    2014-11-14 14:43

In today’s inflated markets, it’s been rare to find stocks that appear to be cheap. When looking at Yandex financials, investors would see growth in both the top & bottom line as operational efficiency has been persistent in Yandex’s Eastern European regions. However, due to the geopolitical uncertainty in these same regions, Yandex stock price has been punished to depressed levels. As a result, long-term investors who are willing to let tensions die down will be rewarded.

Growing metrics

During Q2, the number of search queries on Yandex grew 21% YoY, a figure similar to the Q1 YoY growth rate.

598 Views    Last Financier    2014-08-20 20:03

In today’s inflated markets, it’s been rare to find stocks that appear to be cheap. When looking at Yandex financials, investors would see growth in both the top & bottom line as operational efficiency has been persistent in Yandex’s Eastern European regions. However, due to the geopolitical uncertainty in these same regions, Yandex stock price has been punished to depressed levels. As a result, long term investors who are willing to let tensions die down will be rewarded.

Growing Metrics

During Q2, the number of search queries on Yandex grew 21% YoY, a figure similar to the Q1 YoY growth

834 Views    Last Financier    2014-08-20 12:11

UBNT –Â After 6 consecutive quarterly beats, I believe this stock is a double bagger within 12 months and a 10 bagger over 10 years. Insiders own more than 60% of all shares, leading the charge is CEO Robert Pera with a cool 57M shares. The company has an impressive business model that takes all the traditional money earmarked for marketing and sales in order to invest in R&D and drive down costs creating unbeatable performance/value products while perserving profit margins above 30%. The company trades at a forward P/E of 15, with a PEG of 0.77. With new product

963 Views    alexisteha    2014-08-14 19:36

Yandex N.V. (YNDX) is the leading search engine provider in Russia. The stock was a detractor in the first quarter due to a decline in the Russian ruble and rising geopolitical tension over Crimea. Although we expect the conflict to negatively impact the company's growth rate going forward, we continue to hold shares in Yandex due to, in our view, its strong competitive positioning and positive long-term growth prospects relative to its current valuation.

From Baron Funds' first quarter 2014 commentary.

818 Views    Holly LaFon    2014-05-29 16:52
Using the [url=]GuruFocus Aggregated Portfolio Screener[/url] you can filter results to see what companies were bought by the largest numbers of gurus over a certain period of time. By using this screener, we filtered down to see which companies based in Europe were bought by the highest number of gurus. The following five companies come from a variety of industries, are European-based and were bought by the largest number of gurus over the past quarter. [b] Royal Dutch Shell PLC ([url=]RDS.A[/url])[/b] Over the past quarter there were 11 gurus making buys into Royal Dutch Shell, bringing the total number of
2044 Views    Monica Wolfe    2013-12-12 23:13
NPR [url=]published[/url] an interesting map of the most visited websites around the world by the [url=]Oxford Internet Institute[/url] in UK, which compiled the data from [url=]Alexa[/url] on August 12th, 2013. While it is not surprising that the Institute found "The supremacy of Google ([url=]Nasdaq:GOOG[/url]) and Facebook ([url=]Nasdaq:FB[/url]) over any other site on the Web is clearly apparent,' there are some other interesting findings as well.
[i]Graphic Source: [url=]Oxford Internet Institute[/url][/i]
And here are the more country detail: [list][*]Google tops in Europe, North America, and Oceania. [*]Facebook rules in most of the Middle East and North Africa, as well
1267 Views    EconMatters    2013-10-06 02:05
GMO, a global investment management firm, manages $110 billion in client assets it invests across a variety of asset classes based using a combination of “traditional judgments with innovative quantitative methods to find undervalued securities and markets,” per their website. The firm, led by Chairman of the Board [url=]Jeremy Grantham[/url], bought 104 new U.S. stocks in the first quarter, for a total of 608 and quarter-over-quarter turnover of 8%. Grantham is bullish on emerging markets. He predicts a 5.9% annual return over seven years in stocks in the class, compared to a negative 1.1% annual real return for U.S. large,
850 Views    Holly LaFon    2013-05-14 21:41
As of Nov. 30, Tiger Global Management, founded by Chase Coleman, has reported to decreasing 5.9 percent of the hedge fund's stake in Chinese academic tutoring services provider, TAL Education Group (XRS), according to [url=]GuruFocus Real Time Picks[/url]. This places Tiger Global's current holding at 20,900,000 shares. The hedge fund, which is co-managed by Coleman and Feroz Dewan, first purchased TAL Education in the last quarter of 2010 in connection with the company’s initial public offering. By the first quarter of 2011, the fund reported owning 800,000 shares of TAL Education, purchased at $10.00 per American Depository Share, or the
942 Views    Dianne Tordillo    2012-12-06 23:00
As of Nov. 9, hedge fund manager, [url=]Chase Coleman[/url], of New York-based Tiger Global Management LLC, has significantly enlarged his stake of discount deals provider, Groupon Inc. (GRPN), according to [url=]GuruFocus Real Time Picks[/url]. Stocking up on Groupon stretched Coleman’s ownership to 9.9 percent, inflating his latest holding to 65 million shares. Coleman first reported Groupon as a new buy in his third quarter portfolio updates, initially starting off with only 1.3 million shares at an average price of about $6.25. Currently, Groupon stock is selling at $3.45 per share, and is up almost 12 percent for this morning’s trading.
2075 Views    Dianne Tordillo    2012-11-20 17:35
According to [url=]GuruFocus updates[/url], these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought. [b]Ultra Petroleum Corp. (UPL): Down 38% Since [url=]Ruane Cunniff[/url] Bought In the Quarter Ended on 2011-09-30[/b] [url=]Ruane Cunniff[/url] added to his holdings in Exploration & Production company Ultra Petroleum Corp. by 67.03% during the quarter ended 09/30/2011. His purchase prices were between $28.51 and $47.34, with an estimated average price of $38.5. Since then the prices of Ultra Petroleum Corp. shares have declined by -38% from the estimated average. [url=]Ruane Cunniff[/url] owned 501,940 shares of as of 09/30/2011. Ultra Petroleum is an independent, exploration and production
1154 Views    GuruFocus    2012-02-19 19:26
Chase Colman is the founder of Tiger Global Management LCC. Coleman learned from the legendary [url=]Julian Robertson[/url], inventor of the hedge fund, and is one of his incredibly successful protégés, dubbed Tiger Cubs. Coleman frequently invests in small caps and technologies. His second quarter portfolio is heavy on Internet stocks, including a large stake in Russian search engine Yandex. He also became the first Guru to invest in the controversial LinkedIn social media site. His top five buys this quarter are:[b] [/b]Yandex N.V. (YNDX), CocaCola Enterprises Inc. (CCE), Google Inc. (GOOG), LinkedIn (LNKD), Rubicon Technology Inc. (RBCN). [b]Yandex N.V. (YNDX)[/b]
1317 Views    Holly LaFon    2011-08-16 22:02
“To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child.” [i]– Marcus Cicero[/i] A recent column by Barry Ritholtz in the Washington Post highlights the many hats that great investors need to wear. Since investing “isn’t a traditional academic discipline” and because most business administration undergraduates take courses on how to run businesses and not in how to invest in them, many graduates don’t have the necessary disciplines to become great investors. The bottom line in becoming a great investor is to buy low and sell high. It doesn’t get more complicated than that.
2276 Views    Charles Mizrahi    2011-07-01 15:44

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