Thomas Niel

Thomas Niel

About Thomas Niel


Micro-Cap Stocks
Shareholder Activist Stocks
Value Stocks


Bachelors in Accounting
CFA Program Participant (Completed Level I in 2017)

About Thomas:

Thomas Niel is an investment writer at InvestorPlace. With a professional background in accounting and financial analysis, his understanding of both words and figures pays dividends when writing clear, concise stock analysis.

A value investor at heart, Thomas looks at the fundamentals. Peer analysis and earnings multiples rarely tell the whole story. But, Thomas believes valuation metrics are a great starting point to separate the wheat from the chaff.

His work has appeared at several websites, including Seeking Alpha and TipRanks. Outside of investment research, Thomas provides inbound marketing content to the investment management industry.

You can follow Thomas on Twitter and check out his track record on TipRanks.

Recent Articles

3 Meme Stocks to Buy for Their Moonshot Potential

It may take some time, but thanks to company-specific factors, each of these meme stocks to buy has a shot of making a comeback.

GameStop Stock Is a Hard Pass Ahead of Today’s Earnings

GME stock may eventually be worth a look as a turnaround play, but only if it falls to or below its current fair value. Until then, it's best to stay away, as its aura of being the top meme stock continues to lose its luster.

3 Hot Penny Stocks to Buy in September

With these three hot penny stocks, such near-term catalysts could outweigh current market conditions. You may want to consider buying them in September. Even if there continues to be a high degree of market uncertainty.

SoFi Stock Isn’t a Dip Buy Despite Giving Back Recent Gains

Far from going up 2x, 3x, or even more, shares could deliver middling returns over a longer timeframe. With this, combined with its likely near-term trajectory, staying away continues to be the better move with SOFI stock.

Mullen Automotive Stock Offers Very Little to Electrify Investors

You have many choices when it comes to adding EV exposure to your portfolio. As many of these names are of higher quality, and offer a more favorable risk/return proposition, it's best to stick with these choices, and avoid MULN stock.