Linda McDonough

Linda McDonough is a veteran hedge fund analyst who loves to break down company financial statements and identify market inefficiencies to uncover big opportunities.  She believes in a boots-on-the-ground approach that includes surveying customers, interviewing company executives, or doing whatever it takes to see what others don't.

She's now brought her experience as a hedge fund analyst to subscribers of her Profit Catalyst Alert service. Her system identifies small- and mid-cap stocks that are about to move due to catalytic events that few others can identify...until it's too late. These events often times result in massive gains for her followers.

Analyst Articles

Digital marketing guru Criteo (Nasdaq: CRTO) is showing Wall Street that ad-blocking is no barrier to its business. The stock was decimated last summer due to fears that Apple’s ad-blocking technology would bury its business. The stock, which hit a high of $57 last July, melted to $24 earlier this… Read More

With Roadrunner Stocks’ transition to Growth Stock Strategist, we have a new portfolio that includes these five new buys:Apogee Enterprises: (NSDQ: APOG)Apogee sells and designs architectural glass for commercial buildings and offers investors a way to capitalize on robust growth in this industry.  This specialized glass is a world away… Read More

We’re a day after Leap Day, that awkward 366th day jammed into the calendar every four years. Most of us have heard the fuzzy explanation that the additional 24 hours are required because a solar year is a hair longer than our standard 365-day year. It is widely assumed that… Read More

Cautious noises from fellow consumer product and recreation companies Harley-Davidson and Polaris, in combination with a soupy market, sent the stock down 10%. Yet the rationale for our recommendation is that Brunswick’s increasing investments in fitness products will continue to insulate profits from the cyclical waves of consumer sentiment.Brunswick (NYSE:… Read More

SolarEdge is now a table-pounding buy. The company’s stock is down 14% unfairly over the past week due to problems at SolarCity, one of its customers. But SolarEdge’s drop is due to guilt-by-association, especially because all of SolarEdge’s growth is coming from customers other than SolarCity.Here’s what’s happening:SolarCity, which installs, finances and maintains solar… Read More

It’s hard to believe from the dark clouds hovering over SolarEdge Technology’s stock price, but the company’s future has never looked brighter.The company (NSDQ: SEDG) reported earnings of 44c on Feb. 3, 22% better than estimates. Guidance was above estimates for the March quarter. Estimates have been increased to $1.68… Read More