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

GameStop Investors: Don’t Get Mad, Git Gud

One year after the meme stock trading frenzy sent GME stock to $483, it's time for investors to cut their losses and move on.

Nvidia Stock Is a Risky Bet Following Q3 Earnings

Nvidia just reported another earnings beat. But NVDA stock is extremely overvalued, and bulls should wait for a better buying opportunity.

TLRY Stock: Why Meme Traders Should Buy the Dip In Tilray

TLRY stock has plummeted since it was pumped to $67 in February. Tilray is one of the few meme stocks investors should be buying on the dip.

Here’s Why Facebook Stock Is the Best Big Tech Value Play Out There Now

Facebook is putting up some of the most impressive growth numbers in the market, yet FB stock trades at a steep valuation discount to peers.

AMC or GME Stock: Which Is the Better Long-Term Investment?

AMC and GME stock have been two of the most popular meme stocks of 2021. But one of them is the better long-term investment.