Though the Federal Reserve’s aggressive actions against skyrocketing inflation delivered results, it may not be enough to spare all companies in the consumer discretionary space. Thus necessitating a discussion about stocks to sell. Keep in mind that this narrative doesn’t center on hating or bashing affected enterprises. Rather, investors just need to appreciate certain realities.
Electric vehicle adoption is taking off and is poised to keep climbing tremendously in the coming years. First of all, New York, California, and the EU have all banned the sale of gasoline-powered vehicles starting in 2035, and the governments of those jurisdictions will all take steps to boost the sale of EVs in the coming years.
Quantumscape (NYSE:QS) shares have made some whipsaw moves over the past few trading days. Ahead of its latest quarterly results on Feb. 15, QS stock surged by nearly 32.3%, only to plunge by 17.2% the following trading day. Still, it’s up more than 90% on the year. It’s not a mystery as to why this
Finding the right vertical farming stocks means widening your gaze. This rapidly growing field involves stacking crops in vertical layers, which offers significant benefits. As a result, vertical farming is seen as a promising solution to the challenges facing conventional agriculture There are a number of publicly traded vertical farming stocks representing companies offer investors an
Investors are always searching for opportunities to yield handsome returns. As virtual reality technology evolves, it’s perhaps the best time to park your capital in some of the most promising virtual reality stocks. With the release of cheaper headsets and accessories, VR looks set to become part of our everyday lives within the next few years.
When many investors think about clean water stocks, the first thing that comes to mind for many investors is utility stocks. And hey, in today’s volatile market, the relative safety and security that comes from owning utilities is not a bad idea. But if you’re an investor looking for growth, you’ll be looking for
There’s little doubt that electric vehicles will be dominant in the future. In California last quarter, plug-in vehicles accounted for 24% of all light vehicles sold, and 21% of all light vehicles sold were pure EVs. With the federal government heavily incentivizing the purchase of EVs through the tax code, and spearheading the development of
In this article MRNA DKNG AN ALB ABNB DE Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Deere’s autonomous 8R tractor Deere Check out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Deere — Shares rose 7.7% after the company reported earnings-per-share of $6.55 for its fiscal first quarter, topping the $5.57 expected by analysts polled by Refinitiv.
Sometimes, even the biggest technology companies have an off year. Such was the case with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), as AAPL stock didn’t reward its owners with outstanding returns over the past month. However, this doesn’t mean a $1,000 investment in Apple is a lost cause, as there could be a share-price rally just around the corner. It
In January, media firm Buzzfeed (NASDAQ:BZFD) made headlines after its CEO proposed using ChatGPT to help generate “cultural currency” and “inspired prompts” for his site. The following week, meme stock Helbiz (NASDAQ:HLBZ) would join the frenzy… without any detail on how an e-scooter business benefits from using chatbots. Tongues would quickly start wagging. “The AI
Can ChatGPT pick winning stocks? Many have already tried to goad OpenAI’s chatbot into the task. In January, a team at Bloomberg asked ChatGPT to pick a list of stocks for a market-beating ETF. They failed. ChatGPT’s safeguards immediately kicked in, leaving the writers with a generic non-answer about “unpredictable” markets and how they should
Google and YouTube parent company Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) has rewarded investors who held its shares over the past decade. What about the past year, though? The results haven’t been stellar, and GOOG stock is likely to fall further as Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) asserts its dominance over Alphabet in the red-hot artificial intelligence (AI) market segment. When it comes
The January rally may be subsiding, but as of this writing, the bulls are still trying to push the market higher. Maybe growth stocks are coming back into fashion. But right now, it still looks like a good time to find dividend stocks to buy. There’s ample reason for caution. In case you haven’t noticed, a lot is going
Since at least 2020, I have recognized the tremendous power of artificial intelligence to change our world in general and companies’ financial results in particular. My belief in the power of AI led me to recommend and, in some cases, buy the shares of Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM), Stem (NYSE:STEM), iCAD (NASDAQ:ICAD), Micron (NASDAQ:MU),
In this article AN TXRH RDFN CHRW AMAT ROKU DE DASH DKNG Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Pavlo Gonchar | LightRocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: DraftKings — DraftKings shares surged more than 8% after the sports betting company posted fourth-quarter results that beat expectations. The company
As an investor, you can get some amazing deals in the stock market. You can even fund some great stocks under $10 to buy if you know where to look. What’s the attraction to buying a stock under $10? Well, not everyone likes to spend $100 or more on a large-cap stock that carries a
Streaming media stocks gained tremendously in value during the pandemic years. For instance, shares of streaming giant Netflix saw an 85.6% bump in price from 2020 to 2021, comfortably outperforming the broader market. Though the pandemic-led tailwinds are unlikely to factor into content consumption, the industry will continue growing at a robust pace which is
Smart homes stocks took a beating last year in the stock market. The Smart Home Stock Index witnessed a 32% drop in price, mirroring the broader market. Hence, it’s the right time to think about investing in the top smart home stocks. Most smart home business companies aren’t pure plays, meaning that the volatility in their
Holding shares of IBM (NYSE:IBM) isn’t the most obvious way to invest in artificial intelligence (AI). However, you can actually get exposure to machine learning through IBM stock, along with consistent dividend payouts. Plus, IBM’s annual revenue growth should put some of the skeptics’ doubts to rest. IBM gets a “B” rating instead of an “A”
In this article TXRH MRNA AMAT DKNG DASH Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Rafael Henrique | LightRocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. DoorDash — The online food delivery platform’s shares jumped 7% after it reported a revenue beat and upbeat guidance. The company’s fourth-quarter revenue came in
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