Fundamental Stock Analysis Webinar: May 22nd at 4:30 pm EST
May 16, 2019
Lead Tech Analyst
On May 22nd at 4:30 pm Eastern, join four fundamental stock analysts on a webinar where they will discuss stock picks, trends and strategies to help strengthen your personal portfolio. Beth Kindig will discuss how to pick a solid tech growth stock and how to hedge in down market. Specifically, Beth Kindig will discuss the differences between how the financial industry defines growth and how the tech industry defines growth, and why a blend of both is essential for picking stocks in the number one growth sector. Beth predicted the biggest stock drop in history in Q2 2018 with Facebook’s miss and the biggest IPO loss in history with Uber in Q2 2019. She covered Roku from its IPO for a 300% gain and is known for having a crystal ball to predict tech stocks on Twitter. Her experience comes from a decade of analyzing tech companies, tech products and startups resulting in over 700 articles and many enterprise-level analyst reports. She speaks frequently at tech conferences covering macro trends and has a tech podcast in the Top 40 for technology on iTunes and Spotify.
She joins three other analysts including Bhavneesh Sharma, who will highlight a stock with a unique gene editing approach to fighting cancer; Lyn Alden Schwartzer, who will showcase 2 high-quality value stocks to buy and hold over the next decade; and Kirk Spano, who will focus on solar and other sustainable stocks to watch as the world transitions to alternative energy.
Here are the details for the webinar:
Wed, May 22, 2019 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM PDT
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