Wayne Duggan

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

“Unicorn Accounting” Suggests Google Stock Has Untapped Potential

Google's investments hide the value of Google stock. When the market realizes how much of a cash cow it is, GOOGL stock will climb.

Things Just Keep Looking More Precarious for Netflix Stock

NFLX stock has always been a high-risk/high-reward stock. However, the next several months may be the riskiest ones Netflix has faced in years.

Lyft Stock: From Bad to Worse

California's legislation will potentially make business much more expensive for LYFT. But that's just one of many reasons to avoid LYFT stock.

Hold Your Nose and Buy Canopy Growth Stock

CGC stock has continued to slide since a Bank of America downgrade in late September. But even the analyst that downgraded the stock admits the long-term outlook for Canopy is bullish.

How to Play Tesla Stock Following Elon Musk’s Q3 Delivery Miss

TSLA stock once again traded lower after managing to turn a record quarterly delivery number into a disappointment for the market. Tesla's biggest problem remains unrealistic market expectations.