Stjepan Kalinic

Stjepan Kalinic

Stjepan is an Equity Analyst and Writer at Simply Wall St.

As a game theory enthusiast, he transitioned to Finance in 2015 and gained experience as a sell-side analyst for some of the largest institutional investors in the world. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management.

In his free time, he enjoys reading, playing the clarinet, and training in various martial sports.

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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.

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.

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).

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.

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AMD) ROE Should Not Surprise You

After a parabolic jump in July, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) stock had an uneventful rest of the summer, as the stock retraced toward the key psychologic level of U$100. With the stock making a clean lower high, in addition to the broad market pullback, it would not be surprising to see it overshoot toward the key level at US$95. This sets an opportunity for those waiting for the next opportunity to get in or increase their long positions.

Zscaler, Inc.'s (NASDAQ:ZS) Latest Pullback Provides a Buying Opportunity, But it Doesn't Come Without Risks

As the market experienced the worst week since June, Zscaler, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZS) was among the stocks leading the decline. Yet, as cyber security keeps gaining on importance, it still boasts an excellent return in 2021, as well as an overall return since the public market debut in 2018. Here are the latest developments regarding this growth stock.