Stocks to buy

It’s been an extremely difficult few years for the airline industry. Carriers around the world were more directly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic than just about any other economic sector. The International Air Transport Association estimates that the worldwide pandemic cost airlines more than $200 billion in financial losses since 2020. Airline stocks have been
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Investors looking for new stocks to buy have limited options this year, with the U.S. markets on track for their slowest year of initial public offerings since 2009. What’s more, the Renaissance IPO ETF (NYSEARCA:IPO) is down 38% year to date, significantly more than the broader market. But, as anyone investing in recently debuted stocks
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The best silver stocks are top-of-mind currently. That’s because commodity classes, especially metals like silver and gold, are considered safe havens in times of economic turmoil. Investors consider precious metals as stores of value that are more reliable than fiat currencies. This is particularly true when inflation spirals out of control, as is currently the
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The lithium craze has reached new heights, with prices for the element skyrocketing more than 400% in the past couple of years. Electric vehicle (EV) sales are on an upswing, and investors have flocked to companies that produce them as their investment of choice. Lithium batteries are critical for the proliferation of EVs, which is
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Wall Street isn’t shielded from a recession, and with inflation running rampant, it’s tough for investors to find places to hide. However, traders have started paying more attention than ever before to real estate stocks, as they see them becoming less volatile compared to other markets during tough financial times. The property market has been
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Let’s begin by defining the realm of small-cap stocks before we discuss those that appear to be strong, safe investments currently. As their name implies, small-cap stocks have lower market capitalizations than both mid-cap and large-cap stocks. The range of market cap defining the class is typically from $300 million to $2 billion. Large-cap stocks
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Retail stocks have taken a beating this year. As investors move into the second half, there are many concerning signs. Inflation reached 9.1% in June. That was the highest level in 40 years and especially concerning given Fed efforts to tamp down surging inflation with interest-rate hikes. Although the July inflation numbers were down slightly
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No one would’ve predicted the monstrous success of Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). It’s among the top-five most valuable companies in terms of market capitalization, trading at over a whopping $1.4 trillion. It started as a humble bookseller but has become one of the most diversified businesses. Amazon acquisitions have been a key enabler of its diversification strategy.
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When it comes to the economy and the stock market, the near term remains murky. It’s possible the market has mostly factored in inflation, interest rate hikes and recession risks. Then again, maybe not. Yet while uncertainty still runs high, that doesn’t mean staying on the sidelines is the best move. Instead, it’s best to
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Dr. Gerald W. Perritt, the founder of Chicago-based portfolio manager Perritt Capital Management, wrote a whitepaper a few years ago entitled “The MicroCap Advantage.” As the title suggests, it discussed why investing in undervalued micro-cap stocks makes sense. The whitepaper showed that between 1926 and 2018, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of small company
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This has not been a kind year for investors. In fact, the S&P 500 fell 21% in the first half of the year. Further, on June 13 the index officially fell into bear-market territory as it closed 20% below the highs it reached in January. That means investors should logically seek to buy stocks that
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Following Covid-19, investors were looking forward to a return to normal. Unfortunately, the Russian invasion of Ukraine transitioned once-cheap energy stocks into blisteringly hot opportunities. Still, a few discounted opportunities exist for bold contrarians. While demand for critical resources remains generally strong, macroeconomic pressures have finally started to weigh on households. Recently, the U.S. Bureau
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For U.S. crypto investors, Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) is often the top exchange of choice to buy and sell cryptos. Indeed, there are many reasons for this. Most often noted by investors is the platform’s ease of use, as well as its prominent token listings. That said, choosing the best Coinbase cryptos to buy in this market isn’t as easy
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This article is excerpted from Tom Yeung’s Profit & Protection newsletter dated Aug. 9, 2022. To make sure you don’t miss any of Tom’s picks, subscribe to his mailing list here. Let’s face it. Finding 10x stocks is tough. For every Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) that claws its way from $18 to $180, another dozen look more
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Source: Shutterstock Every decade, an emerging next-gen technology appears unexpectedly. It changes the world forever and mints millionaires out of its early backers. In the 1990s, it was the computer. PC stocks like Microsoft (MSFT), IBM (IBM), and HP (HPQ) soared. Microsoft stock even popped almost 10,000%, turning every $10,000 investment into a million-dollar payday.
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