Harriet Lefton

About the Author Harriet Lefton

Harriet originates from the UK where she worked as a journalist specializing in the metal markets. She graduated from the University of Cambridge before becoming a qualified UK lawyer.

Barclays’ Top 3 Internet Stocks Heading Into Earnings

We are now on the cusp of earnings season with hundreds of companies set to release their financial results in the coming days. …

Top 5 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 — So Far

The Dow is looking very strong right now- with the index up almost 14% year-to-date. In particular, the following five stocks are leading …

Analysts Have Chosen: GWPH, APHA and CGC Are Top Cannabis Stock Picks

The cannabis market has the potential to be extremely lucrative for investors. For example, shares of cannabis grower Hexo (HEXO) are now up …

Aurora Cannabis (ACB) and Canopy (CGC) Likely to Remain Leaders in the Cannabis Space, But There Are Better Value Stocks

Jefferies analyst Owen Bennett has released a very valuable report concerning cannabis stocks. What’s interesting is that he distinguishes between the stocks that …

These 3 Cannabis Stocks Are Set to Skyrocket, Say Analysts

The cannabis market is buzzing right now. But the recent rally in cannabis stocks has left some of the bigger names looking overvalued.

Cheers, Amazon (AMZN) and Netfilx (NFLX) Are the Best-Performing Tech Stocks of the 10-Year Bull Market

Despite some tough moments in 2018, the bull market is now 10 years old. Welcome to the longest bull run in history.

Goldman Sachs: Follow the ‘Smart Money’ Stocks

Investors tend to focus on stocks that hedge funds are buying. Or stocks that mutual funds are buying.

Should You Buy eBay Stock Now?

Big news for eBay (EBAY) investors. The activists are swooping in.

2 ‘Strong Buy’ Tech Stocks to Watch Ahead of Earnings: Facebook (FB), Dropbox (DBX)

So far earnings have been a rocky road. On the one hand you have Microsoft, Netflix and Tesla smashing estimates, while on the …

Should Investors Buy Amazon (AMZN) and Nvidia (NVDA) Stocks on the Dip?

Stock market corrections are painful, particularly for growth stocks, but volatile market conditions often allow investors to enter (or buy more of) a …

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