Nike, Nio, and Starbucks Analysis
Kate Stalter welcomes back MarketBeat contributor Chris Markoch. Chris is a regular visitor to the podcast and brings a keen eye for the characteristics of leading stocks.
Is the market telling us that premium brands, with competitive advantage, are worth higher valuations?
What is the forecast for NKE? Why does Chris see strength in this stock?
Are analysts rethinking their price targets on some of these premium brands with growth characteristics?
What is the consensus price target on NKE?
Are athletic clothing makers trading somewhat in tandem?
How will Starbucks employees' unionization efforts affect that company’s stock?
Despite all the naysayers, why does Starbucks continue performing well, over time?
How do the analysts view the stock?
Are rising gas prices resulting in a sales boom for electric vehicles?
Is a slower growth theme affecting shares of Chinese EV maker NiO?
How is Nio developing its own solution to the question of EV battery charging?
How does NIO’s business case differ from Tesla’s?
Sam Quirke: Is Nike The Buy Of The Year? https://www.marketbeat.com/originals/is-nio-nyse-nio-the-buy-of-the-year/
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Kate Stalter is a Series 65-licensed asset manager, with more than two decades of experience in various areas of financial services. As an investment advisor and financial planner, Kate personally manages client portfolios, with a focus on successful retirement, including asset allocation, income generation and tax strategies.View episodes
Chris Markoch is a freelance financial copywriter with over five years of experience covering various aspects of the financial markets. You may find his writing a little different than other stock articles you’ve read. And that’s OK with him. Chris doesn’t have a traditional finance background. What he does bring to the table is a strong business and marketing background having worked for agencies that serviced Fortune 500 companies. With that in mind, he isn’t overly impressed with what companies say, and more focused on what they do. And because buyer behavior dictates so much of what happens with a stock, Chris always keeps the end consumer close in mind. Chris has been writing for MarketBeat since 2018.View episodes
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