What is the most under-appreciated stocks with huge potential in the coming year?

Hi folks, 

I am currently an associate at a PE but very interested in public investing. Would like to gather some intelligence here for some stock recommendations that I can look at in the current market condition. 

What is/are some great public stocks which is/are currently underpriced with huge growth potential in the coming year? 

Thanks!

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Apr 20, 2021 - 11:27am

What's the justification behind FTAI? I'm just curious because I know they had a bad 2020, but I'm wondering how you think they might grow in the coming years. Cheers! Also, that Discovery play you mentioned does seem really interesting.

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Apr 20, 2021 - 4:47pm

My largest position is MKTY (Mechanical Technology). I was late to the Bitcoin game, but this is a bitcoin mining company that also has other profitable divisions that turn a profit. It is not being valued like its peers RIOT and MARA. I believe the company will do $20mm in revenue in 2021, a 100% YoY growth. They are ramping up two mining facility operations as well and could do $80mm+ in revenue in 2022. 

Apr 21, 2021 - 7:10am

Fintech companies like Mastercard aren't exactly under appreciated, but I don't think people realize the extent to which they'll prosper as the world becomes increasingly cashless. There's potential for huge returns here, which is why companies like Facebook and Apple have been jumping into fintech

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Apr 21, 2021 - 12:11pm

O&G finna rip when people realize the fraudster EV companies need to effectively double our electric grid, powered by 80% fossil fuels. Also, renewable energy companies are complete ponzis.

-BTU currently provides 10% of the US electric grid, similar to CCJ. Yet CCJ trades 20x the valuation. 

-OXY ripping to $45 when oil goes to $100 (which it will)

Also super bullish on copper. Goldman metals strategist recently doubled down at conference. https://www.mining.com/goldman-doubles-down-record-high-copper-price-wi… 

-Supply deficit. By 2H2022 we'll be in the tightest supply constraint since mid-2000s

-EV transition gonna change in the long-term copper demand

-Lumber ripped past 12 months. What do you fill homes with after they're built

  • Intern in IB - Gen
Apr 21, 2021 - 12:20pm

Don't even get me started on uranium...

But yeah, they're much smarter than me and a lot of their opinions are a nice break from TAM stories people get so hyped over

Apr 22, 2021 - 12:22pm

Neogames (NGMS). iLottery industry is somewhat slept on and has a very long runway. Better business than casinos/sports betting. B2B > B2C by a mile.

 

 

 

 

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