Skillz (NYSE:SKLZ) has been recovering from a sharp decline in recent weeks. To some, this may look like the start of a recovery for shares in the mobile gaming platform operator, but make no mistake. What has played out with SKLZ stock is little more than a dead cat bounce. In other words, what we
Streaming device company Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) recently released its second-quarter 2022 financial results. Immediately after those results were made public, ROKU stock plummeted. The company tried to spin its results as positive, but Wall Street’s clearly not buying it. It’s been a busy earnings season, and there have been some big winners and some huge losers along
Headquartered in San Francisco, Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) is an American ride-share business. Not only is the company reducing its workforce, but Lyft is also shutting down its business segment that rents cars to riders. Plus, an analyst recently provided a warning about LYFT stock as inflation-related headwinds could weigh on the company’s bottom line. Inflation is a concern
Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) is a company that’s based on an interesting concept that once captivated Wall Street. Yet, theory and practice are two different things. BYND stock can’t seem to get off the ground lately, and Beyond Meat’s lack of net earnings will probably continue to cause problems. This is a shame, as this fake
Down more than 70% in the past year, Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) may be starting to look appealing for bottom fishers. Check out commentary on LYFT stock online. You’ll see articles suggesting it’s a bargain after falling to levels well below its IPO price. For instance, a recent piece by Barron’s names it as one of several
FuboTV (NYSE:FUBO) has been moving higher since late last month. As investors start to believe that the Federal Reserve will change course on its rate hike plans next year, speculative growth stocks like FUBO stock have seen a slight boost. I won’t comment further here whether a lowering of rates will happen next year or
Do you want to know the worst stocks to buy in a recession? Read on, and I’ll give you seven names to avoid should we officially enter the fourth recession in the 2000s. In the past 22 years, there have been three official recessions. The first lasted eight months, from March 2001 until November 2001.
As soaring inflation continues to impose a dark cloud over American families, the Federal Reserve seemingly had little choice but to lift the benchmark federal funds rate, which effectively raises borrowing costs. However, this action also sucks the incentivization out of growth-oriented businesses, meaning that some companies will invariably represent stocks to sell. It’s not