Eaton's (NYSE:ETN) Recent Business Rotation and Increased Debt May be Weakening Fundamentals

Eaton Corporation plc's (NYSE:ETN) share price has soared 144% in the last half decade. Most would be very happy with that. In the last week, shares have slid back 1.1%, which seems to be part of a recent reversal of a very long-lasting bull run. In this analysis, we will take a look at the fundamental performance and evaluate if Eaton's bull run is at an end.

Asana's (NYSE:ASAN) Unprofitability is Hardly a Concern

Flying on the headwind of remote work and increasingly important online work management, Asana (NYSE: ASAN) has been doing great in 2021, almost tripling up before the latest earnings caused a parabolic rally. In the wake of these events, we will look at the numbers and examine the current cash burn of this exciting yet unprofitable company.

Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) is on Track to Dividend Aristocracy

After a turbulent 2020, Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) stock has been doing well in 2021, outperforming the broad market and staying in line with the expectations. Yet, investment banks are divided between the bull and the bear camp. In this article, we will examine those standpoints and take a closer look at the dividend that currently yields 2.6%.

Rio Tinto Group's (LSE:RIO) Dividend may be Threatened by the Fall of Iron Ore Prices

Rio Tinto Group (LSE:RIO) investors are taken on a rollercoaster ride with the high success in the last 12 months, followed by the recent downfall of Iron Ore prices. Dividend yields for investors reached some 14%, however, the seemingly attractive yield may not be sustainable in light of the changing macro situation. We are going to overview the dividend policy and earnings potential for Rio Tinto, in order to see if the recent market volatility represents an opportunity or a convergence to true value.

GlaxoSmithKline (LSE:GSK) Insiders Show Interest, and the Company has Hopeful Vaccine Candidates

GlaxoSmithKline (LSE:GSK), is undergoing a transformation and the company is expected to split into 2 entities mid 2022. Shareholders had an underwhelming performance in the last 3 years, and the uncertainty of the outcome of the spinoff may be keeping the stock down. We will overview the current and future financial performance of the company and use a proxy to determine the disposition for the future of the company.

Beyond Meat's (NASDAQ:BYND) Profitability is Not Beyond the Corner Yet

Switching the population's dietary habits to healthier and more sustainable options remains one of the issues of the 21st century. Beyond Meat, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: BYND) rose as one of the companies tackling this problem, yet since its public debut in 2019, its performance on the market has been underwhelming but volatile. Since the company remains unprofitable, in this article, we will look at the estimates that show when that might change.

Institutions Own Fewer Tesla, Inc. Shares (NASDAQ:TSLA) Than You Might Think

It is hard to compete against Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA), especially when it comes to volatility. After setting a new all-time high upon the S&P500 inclusion, the stock lost an incredible 40%. However, the recent price action has been very encouraging for bulls. As the stock marches to new highs, we will look at the current ownership structure in this article.

Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA) - It Might Get Worse Before It Starts Getting Better

When the Pandemic hit in 2020, online entertainment went into overdrive. Although Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ: ZNGA) was already doing well, at least on the charts, it quickly nullified the dip and went on to create new all-time highs. Unfortunately, that was not long-lived as it has been on the downward spiral for the last several months, after it didn't shine on the few latest earnings reports. In this article, we will discuss the latest developments and where the stock could potentially go from there.

Square, Inc.'s (NYSE:SQ) ROE is High but it Comes at a Cost

It is no secret that Square, Inc. (NYSE: SQ)did very well lately, outperforming its peers and the broad market. While the company remains growing, it is facing challenges from both the current and new competitors. In this article, we will look at the return on equity (ROE) and see where it stands at the current valuation.

The Possible Reason why Teva (NYSE:TEVA) is Still Trading Below Intrinsic Value

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (NYSE:TEVA) seems to be undervalued on a fundamental basis. However, sometimes stocks are trading below intrinsic value because there are factors external to the current money making capacity of the company. We will examine what can be the cause and the extent of the risk for investing in Teva. We will start our analysis with the balance sheet and long term debt.

Here is where ChargePoint (NYSE:CHPT) is Expanding and How Long it can Sustain Expenses

We will take a quick overview of the current performance of the company, and a deeper dive into the capacity of ChargePoint to finance growth projects, which should yield cash flows for investors. Always keep in mind the end-game when looking at a business, it is their ability to generate cash flows to investors (and lenders), not revenues, not even net income (statutory profits).

IBM's (NYSE:IBM) Underwhelming Returns have Potentially Bottomed

“Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM“ – this old Wall Street Proverb has likely been challenged in recent times, as International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM) struggled to keep pace with the broad market. In this article, we will reflect on that and look at the company's actions to stop and potentially reverse this trend.

Here is Why Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU) Rightfully Trades at a Premium

Flying on the latest positive earnings results, Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ: LULU) reached an impressive US$50b market cap in the last week. The stock doesn't seem to slow down, and it is a candidate to become a 10-bagger over a 5-year period soon. Yet, some critics might call the stock overbought or overextended. In this article, we will examine its returns to find out whether these valuations are justified.

The Cycling of Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) between Institutions may Create Opportunity for Retail Investors

Roku, Inc. (NASDAQ:ROKU) is a US$42b Market Cap stock, whose business model is TV streaming with ads. In the last year, Roku shares have netted a return of 88% to shareholders. The stock has been cycled multiple times by large funds and trading is still quite active. Investors will get a better sense of how the stock might progress if they know who is behind the buying and selling.

Intel Corporation's (NASDAQ:INTC) Numbers Outshine the Brand Image

Maintaining brand value is a lot of work for large corporations. It takes a coordinated effort to keep a positive brand image through multiple product life cycles. Alternatively, the company ends struggling to innovate and relying on the success from the past. Unfortunately, that is what Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) has been struggling with, as the stock has been ranging for over 3 years now. As the company's strategies are shifting, we will examine the current return on equity (ROE).

These Fundamentals Suggest that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Investors might be Overpaying on the Stock

What trends should we look for if we want to identify stocks that create value over the long term? We'd want to identify a growing return on capital employed (ROCE), an ever-increasing base of capital employed, and finally a cost of capital lower than the return. This shows us that the company is continually reinvesting its earnings back into the business and generates higher returns. So, here is what we found when we looked at the ROCE trend of Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT).

Airbnb's (NASDAQ:ABNB) Optimistic Path to Profitability Relies on a Generous Growth Rate

After an initial IPO success, in a very challenging year, Airbnb, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: ABNB) stock had uneventful several months. The stock had dipped toward the lows between the insider selling and persistent virus variants on more than one occasion. Yet, it persevered, rebounding on an Earnings beat in August, and it continues to climb, even in the face of the latest negative rating.

Here is how Etsy's (NASDAQ:ETSY) Growth Strategy Creates Value for Investors

Long term investing can be life changing when you buy and hold the truly great businesses. And we've seen some truly amazing gains over the years. For example, the Etsy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ETSY) share price is up a whopping 327% since 2019, a handsome return for long term holders. It is clear that this is a combination of a great business model and the online shopping catalyst. In this article, we are going to examine the growth potential of Etsy and how can that impact the stock.