Dana Blankenhorn

Dana Blankenhorn

Dana Blankenhorn has been a financial journalist since 1978, a technology journalist since 1982, and an Internet journalist since 1985. He has written a half-dozen technology books, several novels available at the Amazon Kindle store, and covered beats ranging from education to e-commerce, and from open source to renewable energy. He lives in Atlanta.

Recent Articles

Nio Stock May Be Priced Like Tesla, but There’s No Good Reason for It

Nio has just 3% of China's electric car market, yet it's priced like Tesla, which has scale and a bigger market share in China.

Alibaba Stock: Why Beijing’s Stiffer Regulation Sent Shares Soaring

BABA stock rose after China's government imposed a $2.8 billion antitrust fine on Alibaba, but there are good reasons for that.

Cruising May Resume Too Late to Save Carnival Stock

Even after tripling over the last year, Carnival's market cap remains well below the asset value of the ships it sails.

Royal Caribbean Is a More Investable Cruise Line

Royal Caribbean took on debt to get through the pandemic, but a recent funding was at 5.5%, half what Carnival had paid.

Disney’s Coming Boost May Be Priced Into DIS Stock

Disney stock is now selling for over five times last year's revenue and over 135 its levered free cash flow. But analysts are still pounding the table for it, partly based on its theme parks.