Joseph Bonner

Senior Analyst: Communications & Technology,

Argus Research Corporation

  • Named #1 Stock Picker US Media by the Financial Times 2008
  • Named #5 Stock Picker for Telecom Services in WSJ's Best on the Street Analyst of 2010
  • Educated at Fordham University and George Washington University

About Joseph

Joseph Bonner covers the media and telecommunications groups for Argus. In 2010, he was named #5 Stock Picker for Telecom Services in The Wall Street Journal's Best on the Street Analyst Survey. In 2008, Mr. Bonner was named #1 Stock Picker for Media: US by the Financial Times and was second in The Wall Street Journal's Best on the Street Analyst Survey for Telecommunications: Fixed Line. For more than a decade, he worked with Technicolor Inc., where he focused on financial and legal issues. Mr. Bonner received an MBA from Fordham University in New York, where he concentrated in finance. He earned a BA in international affairs from the George Washington University and spent three years with the Peace Corps in Talgar, Kazakhstan, developing an English Language resource center and teaching students. Mr. Bonner is a CFA charterholder.

Joseph's Articles

We are maintaining our "buy" rating on Walt Disney Co. (DIS) and raising our target price to $200 from $145, explains Joseph Bonner, a leading financial analyst with Argus Research.
Alphabet (GOOGL), formerly called Google, maintains the largest online index of websites accessible through automated search technology and generates revenue through online advertising, cloud services, and hardware, explains Joseph Bonner, CFA, of Argus Research.
Palo Alto Networks (PANW) provides integrated internet security solutions; its unique value proposition rests on its enterprise-grade integrated security platform, explains Joseph Bonner, CFA, with Argus Research, a leading independent Wall Street Research firm.
It was predictable that Verizon Communications (VZ) would experience a tough second quarter given its broad exposure to both the consumer and business economies, suggests Joseph Bonner, an analyst with Argus Research, a leading independent Wall Street research firm.