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

Here’s How to Play the Tesla Stock Short Squeeze

Tesla stock appears to be set up well for a short trade heading into earnings. However, timing a short squeeze can be difficult, and the stock could easily trade higher by $100 or more in a matter of days.

Is It Finally Time to Buy Aurora Cannabis Stock?

Aurora stock has tumbled to fresh lows, but analysts are divided on whether the drop is a buying opportunity. There are still plenty of risks ahead for Aurora, and there are better cannabis stocks out there.

Despite a Q4 Beat, Tesla Stock Remains as Unpredictable as Ever

Tesla reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter delivery numbers. But with the stock up about 100% in the past six months, near-term risk may be to the downside.

Why Berkshire Hathaway Is the Top Retirement Stock to Own Now

Building a retirement portfolio can be an intimidating process. However, by making Berkshire Hathaway a core investment, retirees can essentially have Warren Buffett managing their retirement.

There’s No World Where ACB Stock Plummets to Nothing

One analyst recently made a bold prediction that ACB stock is completely worthless. While Aurora remains an extremely risky bet, the stock will never make it to $0.