Thomas Niel

Thomas Niel

Expertise: Micro-Cap Stocks, Shareholder Activist Stocks, Value Stocks
Education: Bachelors in Accounting, CFA Program Participant (Completed Level I in 2017)

About Thomas:
Thomas Niel is an investment writer at InvestorPlace. With a professional background in accounting and financial analysis, 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 TipRanks. Outside of investment research, Thomas provides inbound marketing content to the investment management industry.

You can follow Thomas on Twitter and check out his track record on TipRanks.

Recent Articles

While Bing AI Thinks MULN Stock Is a Buy, Stay Away

Even as Bing AI is able to make an argument in support of MULN stock, consider it best to take its opinion with a grain of salt.

What Analysts Are Saying About LCID Stock Now

With this, ahead of the next round of big declines, you may want to sell LCID stock, well before the sell-side changes its tune.

The 7 Lowest-Paying Dividend Stocks for Income Haters

These are the seven lowest-paying dividend stocks currently listed on major U.S. stock exchanges. Let's explore each one, and see whether other factors make up for their respective tiny payouts.

Will LCID Stock Rebound from its February Slump?

Downside risk remains high. Upside is likely limited. All in all, LCID stock is not a compelling rebound play.

Is Rivian Automotive Stock a Falling Knife or a Buying Opportunity?

With all of this in mind, it's best to err on the side of caution. Assume this is a "falling knife" scenario, rather than a "generational buying opportunity." Follow the crowd's lead, and avoid RIVN stock.