Daniel Martins is a U.S.-based analyst and founder of independent research firm DM Martins Research. His work is centered around building more efficient, easily replicable portfolios that are properly risk-balanced for growth with lower downside risk. Daniel is a former equity research professional at FBR Capital Markets in New York City and finance analyst at hedge fund Bridgewater Associates. He holds an MBA in Financial Instruments and Markets from New York University.
Recent Articles By The Author
As Morgan Stanley Regains Its Footing, Pressure on Its Stock Should Subside
With the bar set low ahead of earnings day, Morgan Stanley's all-around beat will likely serve as encouragement for investors to set aside concerns that had started to mount in the latter part of 2018.
Goldman Sachs Is a Good Low-Stakes Bet as It Looks to Shake Things Up
With its transformation efforts yet to pick up speed and the stock reaching rock-bottom valuations, competent execution of Goldman Sachs' business reinvention plans could propel the stock well above current levels within the next 12 months.
Schlumberger Earnings: A Crucial Quarterly Update for Oilfield Services Sector
Could this finally be a breakout year for this battered industry? Investors will be looking for clues when Schlumberger reports its quarterly results and sector commentary on April 18.
Citigroup Will Soon Give Us a Read on the Health of the Banking Sector
Citigroup's first quarter financial results, scheduled to come out April 15, will be a good indicator of the health of the entire financial services sector. How will the company and its peers weather the fears over potential macroeconomic turbulence?
Five Below Delivers the Goodies, Outlook Should Not Worry Investors
Five Below's holiday quarter results were strong as expected, but the earnings outlook for 2019 looked weak at first glance. Given the high valuations, is this a sign that investors should dump the stock? Probably not.