Stocks can plunge for any number of reasons — investors may need to raise cash for large milestone purchases, or algorithms could be triggered by stop losses which create massive selloffs. Whatever the case, InvestorPlace’s journalists weed out the markets’ losers, keeping you informed of which stocks to cash out of before they come crashing down.
So, what's the best course of action? If you want EV exposure, instead of buying CHPT stock consider opportunities with greater potential to gain in the near-term.
APHA stock is certainly a hot one right now, particularly among retail investors, but will the party continue or will the music stop?
After falling back to $1 per share, expect headline-making "meme stock" ZOM stock to give up even more of its recent gains.
For those who have been waiting for a big discount in ZOM stock, it has arrived. Still, you may want to rethink this before committing.
GME stock will continue to struggle as its leadership has failed to get its priorities straight in turning things around for the business
TKAT stock soared simply on NFT optimism. But the rally already is reversing — and there's more downside ahead.
NNDM stock got a major boost when Cathie Wood announced she was backing NNDM stock. But the company needs to show that its business can deliver much more revenue.
IBM stock has gone nowhere over 5 years. IBM stock is down 12% in five years, but will rise 10% annually in next 5 using FCF yield analysis.
AMC is diluting shares heavily, and that will be a problem for shareholders. AMC stock has a bumpy road ahead and is best to be avoided.
Most of these stocks represent companies that have grown tremendously. Normally that's a great sign, but that's not the case right now.
Hindenburg's revelations and the subsequent involvement of the SEC, raises major concerns about the attractiveness of RIDE Stock at this time
Don't wade into Liquid Media stock until the company can produce some revenue. YVR stock is not worth much more than its cash per share.
Hyliion only rose because of the clean energy bubble as it posted no revenue in the last quarter.
Castor Maritime may have a good idea, using CTRM stock to buy boats and take advantage of rising shipping rates. But it's not a game small investors should be getting into.
Following a confusing Q4 earnings call, in which Canoo revealed executive changes and a shift in strategy, GOEV stock looks like a sell.
HYLN stock has taken a beating and should continue struggling with the weaknesses in its business model and rising competition in the sector.
Nio has just 3% of China's electric car market, yet it's priced like Tesla, which has scale and a bigger market share in China.
Affirm stock is still not worth its present market value. And given its loan losses, AFRM stock is too highly valued until it gets profitable.
CTRM stock gained interest, becoming a meme stock, but its valuation and fundamentals make it a very risky bet in the shipping sector.
Exxon Mobil has seen a big run in its stock price, as it's clearly going to survive. But I'm avoiding XOM stock because it's not thriving.