Stocks to sell

In the ever-evolving world of electric vehicles (EVs), it’s crucial to identify which EV stocks to sell as investor enthusiasm wanes. The industry, expected to bounce back with falling interest rates, presents a scenario where not all players are likely to recover. Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) challenging year is a prime example of the broader trend of
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ESG, or environmental, social and governance-driven investing has been one of the hottest trends in investing over the past decade. Investors increasingly want to make money while also making the world a better place. And there’s nothing wrong with that. However, sometimes companies use green imagery to gloss over less appealing parts of their businesses.
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In a fiercely competitive arena, Nio (NYSE:NIO) has actually been a pick of mine in the past. The company’s growth potential, in the highly coveted Chinese EV market, remains compelling for long-term investors. There are various demographic and secular tailwinds supporting the company, though Chinese growth concerns have eaten into much of that argument. Additionally,
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Without a doubt, the meme-stock craze is over for the most part. Nearly all of the former meme favorites, from Gamestop (NYSE:GME) to Ocugen (NASDAQ:OCGN) to Vinco Ventures (OTC:BBIG), have lost the lion’s share of their peak values and are currently struggling, both from a fundamental perspective and in terms of their stock prices. Still,
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Bullish investors on QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) know how strong the company’s potential is in the solid-state lithium batteries space. Most fans, staying as positive as they can, believe the company is nearing commercialization. In 2024, QS will focus on QSE-5 cells, undergoing customer prototype testing, particularly with automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Initial results from A0
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Some wide-eyed stock traders might hope that China-based electric vehicle manufacturer Nio (NYSE:NIO) will be the “comeback kid” of 2024. However, after conducting thorough due diligence, our NIO stock outlook doesn’t call for any miracles this year. Indeed, the stock only gets a “D” grade because Nio’s EV-delivery stats show contraction, not growth. In China and elsewhere, a favorable economic
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While overall earnings for the final quarter of 2023 have been positive, not every company is celebrating. A number of well-known concerns missed the mark with their latest prints, plummeting their share prices. For many companies, disappointing results for the fourth quarter of last year continue a steady decline in their business. As some formerly
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