The stock market, like fashion, technology, and seemingly everything else in the world, revolves around trends. When the interest in a company rises, it seems that everyone wants to be involved and the price of the stock will increase. Therefore, the hotter a stock is the more valuable it becomes. Our experts try to predict the hot stocks before they reach their peak so that investors like you have time to jump on board.
Read our predictions and picks of hot stock to buy now.
Barnes & Noble Education (BNED) stock was soaring more than 7% after the bell following the company's strong quarterly earnings showing. Read Article
American Outdoor Brands (AOBC) announced its latest quarterly earnings results, which sent shares up more than 5% as the retailer topped expectations. Read Article
Amazon Prime Wardrobe (AMZN) is now available to all Prime customers, allowing them to order apparel, try it out and choose whether or not they want to keep it. Read Article
AMC is serving up competition to MoviePass with its own $20 monthly movie pass that allows members of its loyalty program AMC Stubs to see up to three movies per week. Read Article
Savvy investments by Salesforce.com are paying off in spades for the cloud-computing giant, and that's boding well for CRM stock. Read Article
These three oil tanker stocks should continue moving higher, even if OPEC decides to increase oil production limits. Read Article
GME stock is up after the video game retailer confirmed rumors it is in discussions that could signal a buyout. Read Article
The Glassdoor Top CEOs 2018 list is now up and 'InvestorPlace' is taking a look at the top 10 CEOs that made it onto the list. Read Article
Vintage Capital is purchasing all shares of RCII stock for $15 per share, and this will give investors a premium and give Rent-A-Center a chance to recover under new management. Read Article
There's going to be an increase in Starbucks stores closing in 2019 as the company looks to better optimize growth in the U.S. Read Article
Oracle Corporation (ORCL) posted its latest quarterly earnings results after the bell Tuesday, which topped analysts' expectations but shares dipped. Read Article