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Many investors have no idea how options works. At InvestorPlace, we believe that you should know the difference between a put and a call. Our financial analysts will show you which stocks are ripe for swing trades, how to position your portfolio to minimize your risk, and which breakout stocks you can trade for “free” using the options market.

3 Health and Fitness Stocks to Buy

Investors can use Peloton, Planet Fitness and WW International for physical improvement and as fitness stocks to buy for financial health

3 Industrial Stocks to Buy

The industrial sector just blasted through an 18-month resistance zone Here are industrial stocks to buy as it courts record highs.

Why Aurora Cannabis Stock Isn’t Worth a Hit Before Earnings

Don’t expect Aurora Cannabis to pull an ace from its sleeve when it reports earnings this evening. Here's why ACB stock should be avoided.

Investors Should Believe in the Magic of Disney Stock

Another great story is unfolding in Disney stock. It's one worth the price of admission for investors in search of a great-looking breakout.

Can Tesla Stock Race to New Highs? 

Shares of Tesla have come back with a vengeance. Is it too late to buy TSLA stock or can it rise further?

Amazon Will Continue Its ‘Prime’ Winning Ways

Amazon is the picture-perfect example of a growth success story. It continues to execute perfectly on its plans, so AMZN stock is a buy.

It’s Time for the SPDR Gold Shares ETF to Shine Again

GLD is nearing recent lows after a sharp selloff. Now that downside momentum has turned, it's time to get long gold.

Why Earnings Are Failing Today’s Roku Stock Bulls

A relative disappointment in earnings and decisive action from investors in ROKU stock sets up a bullish price target of $100 for patient investors.

How Should You Approach Nvidia Stock Before Earnings?

When it comes to investing, where there’s risk, there is reward. In front of earnings and with shares at the midfield line, Nvidia stock has both in spades.

Qualcomm Stock Verdict is In: Buy the Pullback in the Chip Maker’s Shares

Following earnings and an improving 5G narrative investors are excited about QCOM stock’s prospects, but that enthusiasm has put shares at near-term risk

Why Buying Square Stock Looks Better Than Ever

SQ stock’s latest earnings confessional is confirming the mobile payments innovator’s longer-term growth narrative off and on the price chart.

3 Breakout Stocks to Buy

Today's trio has strength in spades and offer compelling price patterns. Here's why these breakout stocks to buy should run into year-end.

Vale Stock Is Tempting Here, but It Has Too Much Baggage

Since a dam collapse early this year, Vale stock has been under severe pressure. And while the resultant discount may be appealing, its alternatives look like superior bets.

Shake Shack Sell-Off Has Us Mulling What’s Rattling SHAK Stock Bulls?

There are reasons to put SHAK stock on the buy radar despite the likely near-term pain before investors realize potential long-term gain after an earnings-driven sell-off.

3 Software Stocks That Still Look Terrible

Not all stocks are flying high alongside the S&P 500. Software companies are plumbing the depths and remain top stocks to sell.

The Sell-Off in Uber Stock Isn’t Overdone

Uber stock could eventually turn the corner, but academia and certainly the UBER price chart need to be respected for the time being

3 Mega-Cap Stocks to Buy Now

The current trend is your friend and it’s a clear benefit in these three stocks to buy now. Here's what you should know about each.

Should You Park Money in Nio Stock?

There’s good news and more importantly, still bad news for investors eyeing Nio stock for the portfolio. It's not a short anymore.

For a No-Brainer Pair Trade, Look to Nio Stock and Luckin Stock

Buying Luckin stock and shorting Nio stock is a no-brainer at this point for longer-term investors.

Is Twilio Stock Finally a Buy?

A warning sinks Twilio stock and weakens confidence and trust in the company, but following a significant correction are shares a better short, buy or best approached with a wait-and-see strategy?