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
Genius has to generate solid revenues before GNUS stock can make a comeback.
Tilman Fertitta’s first special purpose acquisition company flamed out. Why should Landcadia Holdings II and LCA stock be any different?
Given Nike's supply and demand issues, investors should avoid Nike stock heading into the company's Q1 results.
The stock market recovery has been astonishing which makes for a good time to look for trouble. Thus, here are three stocks to short now.
Workhorse's lack of recent major deals and reported problems with the quality of its drones both bode badly for WKHS stock.
Here's part of the problem: Energy stocks have long been considered value propositions, but that's not helping the sector's cause. Over the past three years, a period including plenty of calls highlighting low multiples in the sector, the aforementioned S&P 500 Energy Index is lower by 41.5% while the S&P 500 is up 43.5%.
Nikola stock has been volatile in recent trading. It's time to avoid this name, as controversy and valuation act as a headwind.
GNUS stock might seem 'cheap' after falling over 90%. But excessive dilution, minimal revenue, and management concerns make it a stock to avoid.
SPAQ stock happens to be hot for a few reasons. Don't worry about missing out now. Here's why it will only jump in the future, if at all.
Nio stock rode Tesla's coattails to a 400% gain this year. But there's one problem: Nio isn't the "Tesla of China" after all.
Intel stock lacks attractive qualities and its low valuation is merely a testament to the lack of demand for the stock.
At the moment, it’s better to just avoid iBio stock. There are far better opportunities to be found in this market.
Jumia posted a weak outlook ahead because unsatisfied customers are not coming back, suggesting high risks in holding JMIA stock.
With legendary investor Warren Buffett selling oil-market underperformer OXY stock, there's little incentive for anyone else to own it.
Jumia Technologies is another failing internet stock to avoid. Jumia will likely continue losing money with little to hope for in JMIA stock.
Stay away from Lemonade stock as it has no plans to get profitable. Lemonade stock is way too expensive compared with Assurant for it to be considered a bargain investment.
Ocugen continues to conduct at-the-market offerings to raise capital. But with a distant payoff, OCGN stock offers too much risk and not enough reward.
If you only listened to CEO Brendan Kennedy's comments, you might feel bullish about Tilray stock, but the data paints a bleaker picture.
What many investors need to realize before gambling on Wells Fargo stock is that gold prices are rising. Given that gold is just a commodity, this should clue you in regarding the viability of WFC.
It can be fun to invest in penny stocks sometimes, but there's no point in owning NAKD stock, which is dirt cheap for a good reason.