Kuen (Scott) Chan
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- Editor, Investing Daily
About Kuen (Scott)
Mr. Chan moved from China to the U.S. with family at the age of ten. He passed the rigorous entrance exam and attended the merit-based Stuyvesant High School, widely held to be best public school in New York City. He then attended New York University, double majoring in Psychology and East Asian Studies, plus an Economics Minor. After several years working in the Publishing industry, Mr. Chan attended the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College to further his studies. In 2008, he graduated with a 3.9 GPA, earning an MBA degree with dual concentration in Finance and Computer Information Systems.Mr. Chan is a regular contributor to Investing Daily's financial newsletters. He is the editor of Brain Trust Profits and manages the FundFinds Portfolio in The Complete Investor.
Kuen (Scott)'s Articles
Realty Income (O) is a high-quality retail REIT that was recently trading at its cheapest valuation in a long time. Now, the company has agreed to purchase Spirit Realty Capital (SRC) in an all-stock transaction worth about $9.3 billion (including the assumption of Spirit’s debt), explains Scott Chan, editor of The Complete Investor.
Li-Cycle (LICY) is a Canada-based battery-recycling specialist. It recycles lithium-ion batteries. That is a big deal because of lithium batteries’ vital role in electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energies storage, burgeoning markets with expected decades of strong growth ahead, writes Scott Chan, editor of The Complete Investor.
Norwegian state-owned energy company Equinor (EQNR) has been a direct beneficiary of the Russian gas embargo, becoming Europe’s top natural gas supplier amidst the continent’s energy crisis and enjoying record profits of nearly $75 billion in 2022. It is also expanding its renewables portfolio, making it an attractive investment, writes Kuen Chan, editor of The Complete Investor.
Sterling Infrastructure (STRL) is a new stock we’re adding to our “SMid-Cap Value Portfolio”. The Texas-based company operates mostly in the U.S. and has three reporting segments: E-Infrastructure, Transportation, and Building Solutions, explains Kuen Chan, editor of The Complete Investor.