Finding stock picks to beat the market are rare finds nowadays. In September stock markets began on downbeat momentum following the S&P 500 rally throughout the summer. Euphoria gave way to a market slump. Markets reversed their mood when the Federal Reserve reiterated a tough stance during the annual meeting at Jackson Hole. The September
Given recent developments, you may be wondering why today we are talking about solar stocks to sell rather than buy. Between the incentives provided by the Inflation Reduction Act and the energy crisis in Europe, it may appear as if there are plenty of industry-specific tailwinds to outweigh the headwinds currently affecting the overall economy. Yet
While down massively from its pandemic-era highs, it’s easy to see why some investors are still interested in Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) stock. At today’s prices, it sports a low valuation. This makes it appealing to many in the value-investing community. Although it is currently dealing with growth deceleration, growth investors still may see big potential
The entire semiconductor sector has been hit hard this year amid the downturn of technology stocks. The shares of many leading semiconductor securities are down 40% or more in 2022 as investors sell off the stocks on fears of ongoing supply-chain problems and as demand weakens globally coming out of the Covid-19 pandemic. But while
CF Acquisition Corp. VI (NASDAQ:CFVI) stock represents a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that’s in the process of bringing social media business Rumble to the financial markets. It’s a risky proposition, but CFVI stock could power higher due to strong user engagement among Rumble’s Generation Z (Gen Z) users. It’s also helpful that popular podcast host Joe
The auto industry is massive and is very visible today. Everyone is aware of the several auto brands and their transition into Electric vehicle markets. Due to this visibility and growing awareness, auto stocks have enjoyed a lot of attention from investors in the past. However, all stocks are not worth your time and money.
Nasdaq bulls have narrowly reclaimed critical field position in July. But with more challenged price action to kick-off the workweek and market bears still worthy adversaries, having seven Nasdaq stocks to sell or short and profit from, should the bulls fumble control, could be key to a stronger portfolio in 2022’s second half. Investor anxiety
Microprocessor manufacturer Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) stock has encountered problems in 2022, and they’re likely to get worse. For one thing, issues between China and the U.S. are flaring up, and semiconductor makers like Intel are in the crosshairs. Furthermore, at least two Wall Street experts have provided stern warnings for prospective investors in chipmakers. All in all,
The article covers the airline stocks to sell during the current downturn American Airlines (AAL): Gigantic debt load which will take years to reverse Allegiant Air (ALGT): Rising fuel costs will weigh down near-term results Delta Air Lines (DAL): Debt to equity ratio is concerning while DAL stock trades at a lofty valuation SkyWest (SKYW):
Growth stocks have performed well in 2021 as expectations and economic conditions were much different than in 2022. Things have changed dramatically as high inflation and rising interest rates have raised concerns about the odds of a recession and this has made a shift from investing in growth stocks to value stocks. On July 15,
News directly related to Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), as well as market-related factors, keep putting pressure on NVDA stock. Hitting a new 52-week low earlier this month, shares in the chip maker could continue to struggle in the near term. With this, you may be wondering what lies ahead. Will it make a major comeback in 2023?
iBuying business Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) revealed a collaboration with home buying and selling platform Zillow (NASDAQ:Z, NASDAQ:ZG) in early August. This didn’t help put struggling OPEN stock at all, as the remainder of August only brought more pain for Opendoor’s shareholders. Moreover, clues from the U.S. Federal Reserve about the housing market’s future indicate further potential downside.
Investors in Arizona-based Carvana (NYSE:CVNA) haven’t had a great 2022 so far. The worst probably isn’t over for CVNA stock yet, though. That’s because Carvana swung from a profitable to an unprofitable profile not long ago, which is worrisome. Besides, central bank policy in the U.S. hasn’t been friendly to businesses that make auto loans —
Whether or not you’ve dabbled in GameStop (NYSE:GME) stock before, you may be tempted to do so following the big drop over the past month. Down more than 41% since August, shares are showing a little life ahead of the videogame retailer’s earnings report at market close today. But before you decide to “buy the
The cruise line sector has taken quite the beating at the hands of the Covid-19 pandemic. Cruise ships were docked for the better part of the past couple of years, with travel and other social-distancing measures in place. Moreover, after December, omicron compelled the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to raise its warning
Global movie theater chain AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) made a splash in the financial headlines when it issued AMC’s Preferred Equity (NYSE:APE) shares. CEO Adam Aron seems to enjoy attracting attention and rallying the troops (or apes) with stunts like this. However, it’s all a distraction from the company’s fiscal problems, so it’s wise to just avoid AMC
No matter your opinion on President Biden’s student debt relief plan, for SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) stock, it’s hard to deny that this announcement has only provided temporary relief. After surging on the news, shares in the fintech firm have given back their gains. Returning to around $6 per share, you may think SoFi has bottomed
Considering the slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy, it’s probably the right time to think about some Chinese stocks to sell. China barely escaped contraction during the second quarter as consumer and manufacturing activity slowed down in the face of repeated lockdowns. Retail and industrial sales came in weaker-than-expected, while youth unemployment rates hit almost
Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) stock has come back into the spotlight over the past month. Due to several developments throughout August, shares in the electric vehicle (EV) maker briefly experienced renewed enthusiasm. However, I wouldn’t view any of these developments as a signal to buy. Recent progress notwithstanding, the big concerns/red flags with this stock continue
Following Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s latest remarks on monetary policy, investors are more concerned with which stocks to sell. The central bank remains committed to continuing hiking interest rates, in its quest to curb inflation. In turn, the market may have a ways to go before truly bottoming out. This points to more volatility