Faisal Humayun

Faisal Humayun


Senior Financial Analyst with eight years of industry experience

Recent articles

Reasons to Be Bullish on Freeport-McMoRan

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold has embarked on am ambitious investment plan over the next three years. The company also intends to de-leverage significantly over the same period. This article discusses the key factors to be bullish on Freeport-McMoRan, which is a value buy.

Nordic American Tankers: Strong Growth and a 10.3% Dividend Yield

Nordic American Tankers reported a positive net income for the first time in four years. This article discusses why the turnaround isn't over and what makes the company attractive relative to peers.

Why Seadrill Partners' Distribution Yield Will Continue to Rise

Seadrill Partners' distribution payout has increased by 31% since its IPO in October 2012. This trend is likely to continue with new rig acquisitions, a firm order backlog, and strong industry dynamics. Seadrill Partners has strong fundamentals and is a good high-yield stock to own.

Can Seadrill Increase Dividends and Service Debt?

Seadrill has a debt of $12.4 billion as of 1Q14. This article discusses if the company has enough bandwidth in terms of cash flow to increase dividends and also service the debt comfortably.

3 Reasons GasLog's Rally Isn't Over

GasLog exhibited strong revenue growth in the first quarter of 2014, and the growth is expected to continue for the remainder of 2014. The revenue outlook is firm for the next two years and valuations are attractive even after a strong year for the stock.

Is Air Lease Corp Leveraging Too Much?

Growing at a scorching pace since inception in 2010, Air Lease has leveraged significantly. This article discusses the company's forward growth trajectory and the reasons for believing that the company can service its debt.

Is Vantage Drilling Company a Value Buy?

Vantage Drilling is growing at a robust pace and trading at a discount to peers.

Is This the Beginning of a Sustained Rally for Sesa Sterlite Ltd?

Sesa Sterlite is an undervalued company in the natural resources industry with significant growth potential.