The upcoming presidential election is causing uneasiness, not just at the water cooler or the dinner table but also in the markets. Matt Schifrin, a managing editor of investing at Forbes, canvassed several of what he considers the “smartest market thinkers” for perspective and investment advice amidst the uncertainty. Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO, DoubleLine Capital says, […]
Many biotech stocks have had exceptional runs over the past few years. But newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says that has led to some exorbitant valuations, and he says there are other ways to now play the healthcare sector.
Small-cap guru Jim Oberweis says the retail and advertising industries are home to big changes these days, and that smart investors can profit from those changes.
Last year, small-cap stocks lagged large stocks by the widest margin since 1998, but newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says not to quit on the little guys.
In his latest Forbes column, newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says that the mobile market is full of investment opportunities, but that it can be a dangerous place for investors as well.
Newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says that when it comes to growth investing, keep it simple.
Small-cap valuations are quite high these days, but newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says there may be good reason for that: institutional investors being “desperate” to reach pension fund goals.
Newsletter guru Jim Oberweis, whose China fund is in the top 1% of funds in its class over the past one, three, and five years, according to Morningstar, says investors look at China the wrong way.
When it comes to investing in small stocks, newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says that fundamentals and financials are important — but not all you should consider. “For small-cap stocks, a catalyst — such as a new partnership, a new product or regulatory approval — can drive earnings growth,” Oberweis writes in his latest Forbes column. […]
After being pummeled in the 2008-09 financial crisis, small-cap stocks have bounced back strong and small-cap valuations have moved back toward normal levels over the past few years. But newsletter guru Jim Oberweis says that, compared to their larger peers, small stocks are still quite attractively valued. “With valuations no longer at bargain-basement levels, earnings […]