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Tej Kohli

Tej Kohli is an investor who backs growth-stage artificial intelligence and robotics ventures through the Kohli Ventures investment vehicle. Tej Kohli is also the founder of the philanthropic Tej Kohli Foundation whose ‘Rebuilding You’ philosophy supports the development of scientific and technological solutions to major global health challenges, whilst also making direct interventions to rebuild individuals and communities around the world. Tej actively watches over 3,000 stocks in a mixture of long, short and vertical positions, and shares his wisdom online using #TejTalks. Website: | Twitter: @MrTejKohli

This UK stock just hit an all-time low. Is it time to buy?

I am not usually one for straying outside of my sector expertise when it comes to investing, but sometimes a contrarian investment play can... More »

Does EV demand make lithium less speculative?

Lithium is a key ingredient for the lithium-ion batteries of EVs. More »

2 inflation-busting stocks to stop returns going up in smoke

This week the Chief Economist at the Bank of England suggested that UK inflation could be heading toward 4% this year.  That is bad... More »

As life returns to normal, Trainline shares look cheap

Here's why Motley Fool contributor Tej Kohli expects to see gains of 124% as Trainline shares reach a 52-week high of 536p by Christmas. More »

I’m struggling to get excited about Trustpilot shares

Given its brand and the immediate market opportunity, I probably should be excited.  But I just can’t get there.  More »

Why the Abrdn rebrand is a poorly timed distraction

Is Abrdn focusing on the ‘gloss’ of branding as a distraction from the difficult task of reinvigorating its underlying fundamentals? More »

2 contrarian investment plays

Is there now an opportunity to be brave and make a contrarian investment play with these two companies? More »

UK-US market disparity undervalues Blue Prism Group

Tej Kohli says that the UK markets are undervaluing Blue Prism Group, and that an overly prudent valuation is a big opportunity. More »

AstraZeneca: why I’m forgetting the headlines and following the trendlines

AstraZeneca is forging ahead with its portfolio of ‘on trend’ medicines that should prove increasingly profitable. More »

Argo Blockchain: exciting or irrational?

Tej Kohli believes Argo Blockchain is exciting - but its price is irrational... More »

Why I think under-loved PayPoint is fighting fit for the future

Why PayPoint looks in excellent shape, and management should be commended for being focused on the underlying fundamentals of the business. More »

Where I would invest for long-term exposure to disruptive cell-based medicines

When historians look back at 2020, it won’t be the coronavirus crisis that will claim their interest, but the award in October 2020 of... More »

Is it too late to get in on rotation?

Tej Kohli believes it is certainly not too late to ‘get in’ on rotation with these very attractive UK value picks. More »

Could BT reinvent itself as a dividend-paying growth stock?

Could BT yet prove itself to be a sleeping giant and re-emerge next year as a dividend-paying growth stock? More »

Why I think aviation OEM stocks are looking cheap

Tej Kohli identifies two aviation OEM stocks he believes look good value at today's prices. More »

Will BP shares bounce back?

Tej Kohli takes a further look to see whether BP shares are currently fairly priced after the recent significant events globally. More »

How should we be investing in esports?

There is only one esports stock in the UK... for now. So pick your esports team wisely - you may find yourself investing in... More »

Why A.I. makes me bullish on Micron stock

A big proponent of artificial intelligence, Tej Kohli believes there's merit to investing in memory-chip makers. More »