Angelo Zino has been an analyst at S&P Capital IQ Equity Research since 2007. He analyzes, researches and recommends equity investments within technology sector, specializing in areas like hardware and semiconductors, as well as the telecommunications sector. In addition, he also has extensive coverage in the alternative technology arena (i.e. solar, LEDS, 3D printers). Previously, Mr. Zino was a vice president and portfolio manager at North Fork Bank, investing accounts through the utilization of mutual funds and applying a black-box approach. Prior to that he was an analyst for the North Fork Bank Trust Department, recommending industrial stocks through fundamental analysis and technical analysis-driven models. Mr. Zino received a MBA in finance from Hofstra University. He is a member of the CFA Institute and the New York Society of Security Analysts and also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. He has been awarded Best on The Street honors by The Wall Street Journal in 2011, second place in alternative energy; 2010, first place in alternative energy; and 2009, fifth place in semiconductor equipment.
Our Total Return Model Portfolio focuses on maximizing long-term total return. One stock that has been in the portfolio since July 2016 – and that we STILL like despite macroeconomic concerns – is Apple Inc. (AAPL), notes analyst Angelo Zino in CFRA Research’s flagship newsletter, The Outlook.
Pinterest Inc. (PINS) carries our highest recommendation of 5-STARS, or Strong Buy, explains analyst Angelo Zino in CFRA Research's flagship newsletter, The Outlook.
Our latest Focus Stock is Marvell Technology Group (MRVL), which carries our highest investment recommendation of 5-STARS, or Strong Buy, explains analyst Angelo Zino in CFRA Research's flagship newsletter, The Outlook.
Uber Technologies Inc. (UBER) carries CFRA's highest investment ranking of 5-STARS, or Strong Buy; this rating reflects our view of opportunities in the Transportation as a Service (TaaS) arena and the potential for sustainable profitability, explains analyst Angelo Zino, in CFRA Research's flagship newsletter, The Outlook.