Thomas Niel

Thomas Niel

Thomas Niel is a freelance writer with an accounting background. An interesting combination to say the least. His understanding of both words and figures pays dividends when writing clear, concise stock analysis.

A value investor at heart, Thomas looks at the fundamentals. Peer analysis and earnings multiples rarely tell the whole story. But, Thomas believes valuation metrics are a great starting point to separate the wheat from the chaff.

His work has appeared at several websites, including Seeking Alpha and Focused Compounding. Outside of investment research, Thomas writes inbound marketing content for the financial services industry.

Recent Articles

Don’t Lose Your Shirt With Speculative Naked Brand

Too risky to go long, and too risky to go short, the best move with NAKD stock is to stay away. It's more of a gamble than an investment.

There Are Better Ways to Bet on Rising Oil Prices Than Occidental Petroleum Stock

That's not to say shares can't move higher from here. But, with better ways out there to bet on rising oil prices, it's best to skip out on OXY stock.

After the Pullback, Now May Be the Time to Buy Delta Stock

A fast recovery isn't guaranteed for DAL stock. But, the company could beat its low-ball guidance and shares may be a buy at today's prices.

Despite Its Coronavirus Catalyst, XpresSpa Stock Is Too Hyped to Touch

So, what's the play? Don't go long XSPA stock, as the company's coronavirus catalyst isn't as strong as it seems. But don't go short, given that speculation continues to trump fundamentals in today's market. Avoid it completely, and pursue more solid opportunities.

5 Auto-Parts Stocks to Buy That Could Rev Up Your Returns

Electric vehicle names may be top of mind in the automotive sector. But, investors can find many screaming buys among auto-parts stocks. BorgWarner (NYSE:BWA) LKQ Corporation (NASDAQ:LKQ) Magna International (NYSE:MGA) Standard Motor Products (NYSE:SMP) Tenneco Inc. (NYSE:TEN) As the auto sector makes an epic recovery, consider them solid buys in today's market.