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Five-star financial blogger Zvi Bar is bullish on these 2 stocks

In our “Expert Spotlight” article today, the TipRanks Expert Center brings top picks from a notable financial blogger, Zvi Bar. Zvi Bar provides advisory services to businesses, trusts and individuals, including expert retirement and estate planning advisory services. Additionally, he is a New York State attorney, specializing in Cash Management, Bitcoin, and Trust Protector services.

In these uncertain times for capital markets, simplicity can be an effective tool in separating the wheat from the chaff. Financial bloggers are adept at this because they convey complex market movements in simple terms for investors. Zvi Bar is one such blogger who has done this quite successfully as evidenced by his track record.

Ranking of the bar among the experts of TipRanks

According to the TipRanks Star ranking system, Zvi Bar ranks 25th out of 13,619 bloggers in the TipRanks universe and 99th out of 21,639 total experts, including hedge fund managers, Wall Street analysts, corporate insiders, financial bloggers and individual investors.

Bar’s success rate in stock picking stands at 72%, while his average yield per rating is an impressive 16.50%.

The average analyst returns relative to the S&P 500 and the benchmark sector are 4.50% and 3.90%, respectively.

Of Bar’s picks, 98.23% are buys and 1.77% have a sell rating.

Notably, according to TipRanks, Bar’s most profitable pick was Riot Blockchain (RIOT) between November 9, 2020 and November 9, 2021, yielding an impressive return of 490.2%.

Now, let’s look at some of his top picks.

Bar remains optimistic about Disney

Founded in 1923, media giant Disney has been a beacon of the entertainment industry for decades. The company’s interests lie in areas ranging from animation to streaming platforms, film productions to theme parks. Currently, the company has a market capitalization of $218.83 billion.

The company has released strong numbers in its latest third-quarter results, as revenue and earnings exceeded Street’s expectations. While revenue of $21.5 billion saw 26% year-over-year growth, earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter were $1.09, up 36%. .3% compared to the previous year.

Notably, Bar remains bullish on the title. The blogger believes that the company’s revival of its Parks and Experiences business along with the continued increase in net subscribers gives it a solid foundation to grow in the future.

Meanwhile, the blogger enjoys a 67% success rate and an average profit of 24.97% on the stock.

Globally, 87% of bloggers on TipRanks are bullish on Disneycompared to the industry average of 69%.

AbbVie Obtains Bar Approval

A spin-off from Abbott Laboratories, AbbVie is a biopharmaceutical company established in 2013. The company focuses on key therapeutic areas such as immunology, oncology, neuroscience, eye care, virology, women’s health and gastroenterology. The company’s market cap is $250.8 billion.

The company has released good results for the second quarter, with revenues and profits up from the previous year. Net revenue of $14.58 billion represents year-over-year growth of 4.5%. EPS for the quarter was $3.37, up 11.2% from a year ago.

Notably, Bar retains his confidence in the title. He thinks AbbVie is high dividend yield of 3.9% and regular share buybacks make it an attractive choice for investors. In addition, the company’s strong domestic cash flow and increased market strength for its drug Humira should support its share price.

Meanwhile, the blogger enjoys a 75% success rate and an average profit of 20.67% on the stock.

Globally, 91% of bloggers on TipRanks are bullish on AbbViecompared to the industry average of 69%.

Final Thoughts

Zvi Bar’s top picks cover a media conglomerate and a large pharmaceutical company, two industries that are set to experience an impressive growth trajectory in the future. Along with this, Bar’s stellar track record in stock picking which has grown significantly provides investors with the opportunity to ponder his picks.

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