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.
Stocks to Sell
Down 42% year-to-date, electric vehicle infrastructure company ChargePoint does not look like a stock worthy of investor's money. The Campbell, California-based company that is the largest manufacturer of electric vehicle charging stations in the world looks good on paper. But, so far, its potential has not translated into success for shareholders.
WISH stock will continue losing value as its underlying business continues to struggle with product quality and retaining users
BBIG stock piqued the interest of Reddit traders and the company had a great run in September. But Vinco Ventures is poised for a fall.
The risk-reward of BABA stock is very hard to quantify. It has excellent fundamentals, sure. But who's to say how long the headwinds will last?
Every rational person knows there's no justification for the market valuation of GME stock, and maybe that's why it's so hard to ignore.
Data suggests 1 in 500 Americans have died from Covid-19 since the pandemic began. And it’s getting worse. That can’t be good for CCL stock.
The outlook of DKNG stock has improved. But the company continues to face steep challenges, making the shares unattractive.
The hydrogen fuel sector may get a boost from Congress, but there are better ways to play that than FCEL stock.
Amazon today looks a lot like Walmart back in 1999. That's not a good thing for AMZN stock; shareholders should expect a bumpy ride ahead.
ContextLogic has poor fundamentals and poor technicals. You should avoid WISH stock as a result, at least until it can clear this key level.
GREE stock might become a long-term bet on the crypto mining industry
AT&T's CFO sheds light on the effect of the Warner Bros Discovery deal on the dividend. T stock could fall to $22.10 based on today's yield.
Pinterest lost U.S. users in the second quarter, and that's where its profits come from. Growth is slowing, so the PINS stock price is falling. Not a pretty picture.
Ride-hailing and food delivery company Uber can't catch a break. As workers, unions and governments around the world continue to attack the San Francisco-based company's gig economy business model, it is having a negative impact on the share price. Over the past six months, UBER stock has fallen 37% to $38.21 a share. Since mid-August, the stock has declined 8%.
OCGN stock jumped when Covaxin received WHO approval. But with two major obstacles in the way of U,S. approval, you should sell the news.
Corsair Gaming benefits from the ongoing interest in online gaming. Does that mean that investors should be buying into CRSR stock? Maybe.
Bottom line: With even one of its more long-shot catalysts (S&P 500 inclusion) off the table, there's even less to gain, but still a lot to lose, when it comes to GME stock. Avoid it at all costs.
Once a promising electric-vehicle-based investment, GOEV stock is getting uglier by the week, forcing a serious talk about selling it.
TTCF stock is trading at a lofty valuation at this point but has the potential to tap into the rapidly-growing plant-based foods industry
Lucid has yet to sell a vehicle, leaving speculators to bet on the stock price relative to Tesla, a trade that will prove too risky.