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
OCGN stock may spike once again on positive news, but investors' best best is to steer clear of it at this point in time.
GameStop's plans to evolve into an ecommerce behemoth are likely to fall flat which will continue to weigh down GME stock.
Companies like BBIG are a good measure of the market's animal spirits, its willingness to prize greed over fear and hope over experience.
The fad for $2000 stationary bikes ended, accelerated by Covid vaccines that let people get outside again.
Don't waste your time with another overpriced IPO stock -- NerdWallet. NRDS stock is valued at least 30 times its future earnings, which is just way too high.
SOFI stock rallied after its most recent earnings report. But the company is still losing money and its outlook is problematic.
Gevo may have trouble competing with green hydrogen on price, and the valuation of GEVO stock is still sky-high.
Morgan Stanley continues to sound the alarm of a steep price correction, which means it is time to take a look at overvalued stocks to sell.
DIDI stock faces regulatory issues through no fault of its own that could find it delisted from the NYSE without much warning.
As the company lowers its revenue guidance and Wall Street analysts slash their price targets, investors should avoid PSFE stock.
While broaching the subject of stocks to sell is always controversial, you’ll find less friction with these questionable investments.
So, which ones are stocks to sell ASAP? With these seven stocks, all former favorites on both Main Street and Wall Street, consider it high time to take the money and run.
There are no indications that Remark has a good long-term strategy to boost its financial results, but MARK stock recently rallied sharply.
Ford is well-positioned in the electric vehicle race. But Electric cars don't have to be repaired and replaced like gas-powered vehicles.
LCID stock has a ridiculously high valuation, especially given that the future of transportation could be very different.
IONQ stock looks overvalued following a mixed earnings report. Expect ups and downs in the name, as quantum computing won't go mainstream overnight.
This looks like a good profit-taking opportunity in QS stock. While shares are up strongly, the fundamental outlook for the company remains mixed.
Workers are quitting their jobs at record rates, and labor strikes are back in fashion. Here are stocks vulnerable to the Great Resignation.
Exela has a massive debt load and is unable to grow its sales to push towards profitability. Best to avoid XELA stock for now.
LCID stock is doing exceptionally well, but like most EV companies out there but don't count your chickens before they hatch.