Jaimini Desai

Jaimini Desai

About Jaimini Desai

Jaimini Desai has been a financial writer and reporter for nearly a decade. He has helped countless investors take profitable rides on some of the hottest growth trends. His previous experience includes writing for Investopedia, Seeking Alpha, and MT Newswires.

He is the Chief Growth Strategist for StockNews.com and the editor of the POWR Growth and POWR Stocks Under $10 newsletters.

Jamini’s first exposure to the stock market was during the dotcom bubble as a high-schooler. He was active in the markets during college and was trading full-time during the 2008 crash and reflation rally in 2009. This formative experience instilled in him the importance of risk-management, understanding market conditions, and betting big on the best ideas.

In his career, he has worked with investment managers, financial advisors, fintech companies, and news publishers. His unique background allows him to connect the dots between businesses, industries, economies, and markets.

He lives in Philadelphia, PA and loves his family and dogs (in no particular order). He enjoys playing tennis, yoga, and eating ice-cream. If you would like to see more of his best growth stock ideas, then click the following link: See Jaimini Desai’s Favorite Growth Stocks.

Recent Articles

3 Stocks That Are Thriving With Higher Rates

These three stocks to buy has higher rates and thriving as they are seeing their earnings increase due to rising short-term rates.

3 Stocks to Buy if You Think a Recession is Imminent

Investors who think recession is likely to occur should consider the following stocks to buy: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), EZCORP (EZPW), and Dollar Tree (DLTR). 

3 Energy Stocks to Buy on the Dip

Investors should continue buying the dip in energy stocks. OVV, OXY, or EGY stocks could be good investments in this sector.

3 High-Quality Stocks to Buy During This Market Selloff

When the markets are roiling and uncertain, high-quality stocks like BLDR, ANTM and PFE can help investors ride out the troubled times.

3 Semiconductor Stocks Setting Up to Make New Highs

Semiconductor stocks have pulled back lately as seen in the SMH ETF, and that gives investors a change to join in before the next leg up.