Shankar Narayanan has an MBA from Kent State University, USA and a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from Madurai Kamaraj University,India.
Wants to live, breathe and eat capital markets. An obsession that he picked up from the college days. Started a company in 2009 that ceased operations four years later, but refuses to accept that the company is no more and keeps saying that the company may not be operating but the idea is still alive. It’s a bit useless to try and convince him otherwise.
Amazon.com's top line is already at $30+ billion per quarter and still grew at nearly 30% growth YTD. Exemplary performance by AWS will ensure bottom line stability. Using AWS, Amazon can take more risks to grow retail operations
NVIDIA has a nearly un-disruptable lead in AI and autonomous vehiclesThey have a significant head start on competitors, and it will remain that way for a whileThe problem is with their valuation. Be cautious in your approach to investing in NVIDIA
Pfizer’s top line is finally showing signs of growth even without counting Hospira. However, net income has taken a hit this past six months. How does the Medivation acquisition impact its long-term prospects, if at all?
Gilead is currently suffering from investor apprehension about HarvoniWith a huge pipeline in place, is this kind of stock price hammering justified?What are the strengths that Gilead can depend on, and is this still a good investment?
Sprint had a stellar quarter, but what is the reality of their future?Both AT&T and Verizon have alternate lines of business. Sprint and T Mobile do not. How long can Sprint live on its wireless business before they need a new revenue stream?
Starbucks is slowly skewing its store growth towards a new market - China. . The move is intended to capitalize on their acceptance in that market. . The blend of growth is ideal, and key metrics are showing signs of good health.