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

History Doesn’t Bode Well For SPAQ Stock As Wall Street Goes Nuts for EVs

Fisker may be a great long-term electric vehicle investment. But buying SPAQ stock in the middle of a SPAC and EV stock mania is a bad idea.

Ranking the ‘Big 4’ Canadian Marijuana Stocks From Best to Worst

The U.S. election could be a bullish catalyst for marijuana stocks. However, a "blue wave" would be better for certain stocks than others.

How To Play Tesla Stock Following Its Q3 Earnings Beat

Tesla's third quarter was arguably its best quarter in years. But TSLA stock is still absurdly valued given the company is barely profitable.

Driverless Vehicles Will Power Alphabet Stock Before You Know It

Waymo is the clear leader in autonomous vehicle technology, but Alphabet stock hasn't participated in the next-generation auto stock rally.

Analysts Assert Tesla Stock Needs a 10-Year Breather

Even assuming 35% annual free cash flow growth for Tesla over the next decade, Needham analysts say Tesla stock is extremely overvalued.