Wayne Duggan

Wayne Duggan

About Wayne Duggan

Wayne Duggan was born and raised in a small town in rural Alabama and earned his BS degree from MIT in Brain & Cognitive Sciences in 2006. Aside from his blog “Trading Common Sense,” Duggan has written stock analysis articles for Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha, and he currently works as a financial writer for Benzinga. His articles have been linked by CNN Money, Yahoo Finance, USA Today, and other leading financial news sites. In addition, Duggan is the author of the book “Beating Wall Street With Common Sense.”

Recent Articles

TSLA Stock: What Really Matters About the Full Self-Driving Rollout

Viral online videos demonstrate how bad Tesla's FSD software is. If FSD tarnishes Tesla's reputation, it could be bad news for TSLA stock.

A Bullish Take on China’s Crackdowns and Alibaba Stock

BABA stock has taken a big hit thanks to a Chinese regulatory crackdown. But could the U.S. be the one pulling the strings?

Nio Stock: 3 Risks Dip Buyers Are Taking

Nio stock is up more than 1,200% in the past 18 months, but the stock has a growing set of risks that investors should understand.

iPhone 13 Won’t Change the Game for Apple, But That’s OK

Apple's iPhone 13 seems good enough to not flop. Like the iPhone, AAPL stock isn't exciting, but it's a solid long-term investment.

GME Stock: Why GameStop’s Q2 Earnings Aren’t Good Enough

GME stock trades on a story, not on earnings numbers. There are no realistic earnings numbers that could justify its $14 billion market cap.