Currently the tech sector is facing many challenges, due in large part to the trajectory of the industry during the pandemic. With all of this in mind, I took a look at a number of tech stocks to see if there are any that should be sold immediately. You might be surprised at some of the names that are considered sells right now.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday spending reached record numbers last week – both in sales and number of shoppers. In today’s Market 360, let’s dig into the details.
With a strong chance of delivering solid returns in the years ahead, OXY stock is still one of the best energy stocks out there to buy and hold.
NIO stock might look cheap at first glance, but check the company's bottom-line financials before making any investment decisions.
If you haven’t been following, earlier this month FTX had a rollercoaster of a week that ended in bankruptcy.
There are many other stronger opportunities out there among semiconductor stocks. If you're bullish on a sector recovery, consider them instead, and continue to skip out on INTC stock.
MMAT stock investors shouldn't consider Meta Materials a winner solely based on its revenue growth, as profitability remains elusive.
Volatility ticked up on Monday, with the broader indices falling more than 1% on news of the protests at the Foxconn factory Zhengzhou in China over the country’s draconian COVID-19 rules.
With recent developments doing little to change the situation, there's clearly still no rush to enter/add to a position.
Mullen's lack of recent quarterly reports - and the company's inability to turn a profit - should make MULN stock investors think twice.
With the student loan moratorium now extended further, it may take more time for SOFI stock to make, at best, a moderate leap higher. Steering clear remains the best move.
CSCO stock traders might bristle at the word "restructuring," but Cisco is really just right-sizing as it posts encouraging financial data.
During these busy times, it pays to stay on top of the latest profit opportunities. And today's blog post should be a great place to start. After taking a close look at the latest data on institutional buying pressure and each company's fundamental health, I decided to revise my Portfolio Grader recommendations for 59 big blue chips. Chances are that you have at least one of these stocks in your portfolio, so you may want to give this list a skim and act accordingly.
Look to Chile for robust lithium output as SQM stock provides premium exposure to a production giant with outstanding financials.
Here are 10 examples of dividend stocks with high dividend yields but also hold an F-rating in Dividend Grader, indicating that you should stay far, far away from.
As the spinoff plan increases its upside potential, feel free to consider LAC stock worthy of a small, speculative position.
LLY stock has rewarded its investors with impressive growth in 2022, and earnings beats suggest that Eli Lilly will continue to deliver.
With this share repurchase announcement, there's now more reason to hold onto an existing CVS stock position if you already own it, and more reason to buy it, if it's not currently in your portfolio.