The Dow Jones Industrial Average is near record highs as the stock rally that began in spring 2023 continues. Comprised of 30 leading blue-chip stocks that are representative of the U.S. economy, the index is often referred to as the “Dow 30.” While the index might be at record levels, it has reached those heights
Down 25% so far this year, the Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock outlook isn’t fantastic. The company looks to be at the beginning of a long-term decline as the company loses market share amidst growing competition in the electric vehicle space. Tesla was the sole mass producer of fully electric vehicles for over a decade. Tesla sold
February means Valentine’s Day and romance. But if you’re stubbornly holding F-rated stocks to sell in your portfolio, you’re just setting yourself up for heartbreak. The stock market is off to a solid start this year, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 2%, the S&P 500 index up nearly 5%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq
The stock market rally that began in earnest last spring is starting to get frothy. Some stocks are now making parabolic moves and rising at what appear to be unsustainable rates. Speculation in the market appears to have returned, with cryptocurrencies also rising sharply in recent weeks and now at their highest levels in two
There are some small-cap stocks to sell this month. These companies offer too much risk for too little upside, meaning that they do not fill worthy positions in investors’ portfolios. These small-cap stocks to sell in this article were selected due to their declining fundamentals and bleak outlooks, both for the short term and beyond.
The stock market has had a good rally since the third quarter of 2023. Despite a downturn in January, major market indices, including the S&P500 and Nasdaq, are trading upward, adding to the significant gains accrued last year. This has, in turn, led to a rapid rise in the valuations of several stocks. If investors
Snap (NYSE:SNAP) stock plummeted 30% last week after announcing lackluster 2024 guidance. First-quarter sales are expected to grow only 13% to $1.11 billion, barely half of what rivals like Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) expect. Analysts expect profits at the Santa Monica-based firm to hit just $205 million this year, a quarter of its 2021 peak. At
The S&P 500 is riding a hot streak having recently closed above 5,000 for the first time ever, marking a new all-time high for the benchmark stock market index. So far this year, the S&P 500, which is comprised of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in America, is up 5%, building on a 24%
Last week, I talked about how emerging market investors are increasingly leaving Chinese stocks out in the cold. If you’re a China bull, you may argue that including Chinese stocks as part of a wider “emerging market” category isn’t fair to those skewing further left on an emerging/developed market spectrum. And that’s a fair point.
When it comes to EV stocks to sell, there are the Haves and Have Nots. The Haves make money from their EV businesses. The Have Nots lose money. It’s much easier to recommend stocks to sell from the Have Nots than those to buy from the Haves. Even a company like Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), which is
Now down deep in “penny stock territory,” it’s possible that some traders are looking at Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) as a fast money trading opportunity. However, a grim long-term LCID stock outlook makes even this sort of speculation a risky endeavor. Sure, it’s not as if shares in this fledgling early-stage EV maker have been moving
For months I’ve been looking for an exit as the Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock outlook is complex. I haven’t pulled the plug. I’ve been right to sit tight. Nvidia is already up over 45% in 2024. Its market cap passed Amazon‘s (NASDAQ:AMZN) and is rapidly closing in on Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG). We always see this kind
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) shares have skyrocketed in price over the past twelve months. AMD stock has surged by 106.8% during this timeframe. Riding the AI wave has been profitable, but now may not be the right time to enter. Nor is it a good reason to “let it ride,” on the view that the
When it comes to supermarket stocks to sell, heavily indebted British supermarket chain Asda Group would be at the top of the list were it a public company. It’s not. The Issa brothers, who own EG Group, one of the world’s largest gas station and convenience store operators, bought Walmart’s (NYSE:WMT) majority stake in Asda
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
Many investors accumulate dividend stocks to generate steady cash flow. Investors who pick reliable assets can collect payouts for many years. They can then decide whether they want the cash upfront or to reinvest the dividend each time. Unfortunately, not all dividend stocks provide a high level of consistency in their returns and overall performance
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.
The Nasdaq continues to lead the three major stock indices and is currently near its all-time high. In fact, year-to-date, the Nasdaq is up 5%. That compares with a 4% gain in the benchmark S&P 500 index and a 1% increase in the blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average. Still, as well as the Nasdaq is
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,
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