Why Target (TGT) is a Buy

Why Target (TGT) is a Buy

The company that I’m about to break down falls under one of my favorite investing strategies – buying hated stocks.

And, as the contrarian I am, this is an incredible investment opportunity right now… that know one else seems to mention.

I’m talking about Target (NYSE: TGT).

Today, Target is considered one of the most hated stocks on Wall Street. As e-commerce companies like Amazon continue to dominate the market, traditional brick and mortar retailers like Target are feeling the pressure…

However, the company is a perfect example of a stock that is currently undervalued and overlooked.

And as the stock price is sitting near 5-year lows, I expect a favorable rebound for investors.

But before we get into any fundamentals, let’s take a look at where this stock is today… and why almost everyone on the street is unimpressed.

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Time to invest in Uranium?

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I recently talked with Uranium expert, Amir Adnani, on my podcast

We’ve recently seen a massive swing of momentum in the Uranium markets as prices are finally coming off their lows. In fact, Uranium is trading at prices not seen in years.

I’ve been keeping my eye on this sector for several years now. So for those who are looking for reasons to invest in the market – you’ve come to the right place.

And if you’re thinking you might be late to the party, as you’ll see, Uranium’s rebound is still in the very early stages.

What follows are the main points as to why the “perfect storm” for investing in Uranium is on its way.

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Key takeaways from Apple’s 2017 Q1 earnings report…


I’ve been getting a ton of questions on this.

So let’s take a look.

At first glance, it looks like Apple blew out it’s earnings… right?

If you watched TV, that’s what the talking heads said.

Apple reported:

  • $3.66 a share compared to the analyst’s expectations of $3.21.
  • Revenue was also more than $78.4 . $78 billion is amazing in a quarter. That’s a little bit higher than the $77.4 billion that the analysts were expecting.
  • Apple’s now sitting on $246 billion in cash. Another amazing number. $230 billion of that is overseas, which is okay, but $246 billion in cash is insane. But remember, we’re talking about Apple’s cash position. Their cash position is bigger than the market cap of Cisco. It’s bigger than the market cap of Intel. It’s bigger than the market cap of Procter & Gamble. I can keep going here. Bigger than Verizon, bigger than Pfizer. We’re talking about the biggest names in the industry, and Apple has more cash on its balance sheet than the entire market cap of those great companies.

But let’s take a closer look at the earnings and make a decision for ourselves.

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