Speaker Details


Peter Staas is managing editor of the Capitalist Times and Energy & Income Advisor. He earned a BA from the State University of New York and Binghampton and co-authored a textbook about real estate valuation models that's used by federal bank examiners.

Content from Peter Staas

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Sealed Air: Bubble Wrap to Vacuum Packs

Historically, the packaging industry’s growth and profitability have hinged on global economic growth and volumetric trends in specific end-markets, observes growth stock expert Peter Staas, editor…

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Anheuser-Busch: Beer Bargain?

In terms of stock performance, the fourth quarter of 2016 turned into a nightmare for global beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), with the company’s Brussels-traded shares and American depositary…

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Enterprise: A Blue Chip among MLPs

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) offers exposure an impressive array of other upside drivers that should play out over the next few years, explains Peter Staas, contributing editor to Conr…

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Top Picks 2017: Fomento Economico Mexicano

The selloff in Mexican equities – reflecting uncertainty about Trump's trade policies -- gives patient, long-term investors an opportunity to ease into positions in high quality names, sugges…

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Top Picks 2017: Western Gas Partners

Our Top Pick for conservative investors is an MLP that benefited from an uptick in throughput volumes on its gas-gathering and gas-processing systems, explains Peter Staas, editor of Capitalis…

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Manhattan Associates: High Tech Supply Chains

Today, online shopping platforms and other retailers offer same-day delivery in select markets. Or you head to a nearby store to pick up items within hours of completing your purchase, observes Pet…

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Top Picks for a Watch List

Although he is hesitant to add new long positions in the current market, Peter Staas is using the current period of uncertainty to develop his watch list of favorite growth stocks. Here, the editor …

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STERIS: Surgical gains

The health care sector finds itself at the intersection of two countervailing trends: efforts to control rising costs and growing demand as the population, states Peter Staas, editor of Capitalist …