Global X Copper Miners ETF (COPX): In two developments that will greatly boost demand for copper, the U.S. government is set to allocate a huge amount of funds to the electrification of transportation, while the renewable energy revolution is gathering momentum. Lithium Americas (LAC): To meet its electric vehicle (EV) goals, the Biden administration has
DoorDash (NYSE:DASH), a food delivery service, has been making waves in the food industry for some time now. On Monday, the company received a strong vote of confidence from Morgan Stanley. The company initiated coverage on DASH stock with an Equal-weight rating. Brian Nowak, a renowned analyst, has released optimistic predictions for DASH in the
[embedded content] What happens at Netflix stays at Netflix… including a distinct lack of innovation. Which is why, last week, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock dropped quite the bomb with its quarterly report. The company’s growth not only stalled out — it crashed and burned. After reporting the loss of more than 200,000 subscribers, NFLX stock fell
Generation Z (Gen Z) investors are not having a good year in the markets. According to Investor’s Business Daily and Apex Fintech Solutions, the top 10 holdings of Gen Z investors were down an average of 24.1% year-t0-date (YTD) through Mar. 31. Over the same three months, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) and
AMC Entertainment (AMC) has demonstrated fitful price action lately. Wall Street seems to be ignoring positive news catalysts for the company. Investors should hold on for a bumpy but potentially profitable ride. Source: Ian Dewar Photography / Shutterstock Ever since the onset of Covid-19, global movie-theater chain AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) has had its share of ups and
Amazon (AMZN) will report its first-quarter earnings on Thursday, April 28 after the market closes. Analysts and investors are worried Prime memberships may take a hit, similar to the recent Netflix (NFLX) debacle. AMZN stock still looks undervalued for the long term, likely worth at least $4,100 per share, or 40% more. Source: Frederic Legrand
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) stock is now trading for over $500,000 a share Insurance is, and always has been, the key to Berkshire’s success. The autonomy of its units makes succession a non-issue for BRK-A stock holders Source: Kent Sievers / Shutterstock.com Insurance is a bet on disaster that helps remove some of the risk from
With no fundamentally negative news swirling around Match Group (NASDAQ:MTCH), panicking investors are selling MTCH stock. Why? Match shares lost 16% in the last week and are now close to 52-week lows, down by nearly 60% from its $182 yearly high. Blame the 37% weekly sell-off in Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), an online streaming giant after it
Lucid Motors (LCID) announced a new car to outpace and out cruise high-end competitors. Tesla (TSLA) is seen as an EV bellwether, but that’s overstating its importance to the market. EVs will not be going away, and niche markets are key to survival. Source: gg5795 / Shutterstock.com It was quite a news-filled week for the electric
Nio (NIO) stock has been falling after the price hike announcement and the suspension of production. The production halt is temporary and many other electric vehicle (EV) makers have also hiked their prices. The dip in Nio stock is a great chance to take your position. Source: Robert Way / Shutterstock.com Electric Vehicle makers in
Inflation favors wholesale giant Costco (COST) through 2022. Rising sales imply Costco has plenty of price appreciation in store for investors. Investors are being rewarded as Costco sends cash back their way amid a boom. Source: Helen89 / Shutterstock.com There is little reason to bet against Costco (NASDAQ:COST) stock as the membership warehouse company booms.
Cloudflare (NET) is showing strong year-over-year revenue growth. The market believes that growth is already factored into its price. NET stock presents an opportunity for patient long-term investors. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock Cloudflare (NYSE:NET) is illustrating the problems inherent with growth stocks in today’s market. The 52-week range for NET stock is $64.84 to
DoorDash’s (NYSE:DASH) huge, rapidly growing market share, improving financial results, and promising initiatives leave DASH stock well-positioned to outperform the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 over the medium- and long-term. Consequently, I urge growth investors to buy DoorDash’s shares after they fell 1over 20% since April 4. DoorDash’s U.S. market share has boomed from just
I can say with some conviction that Roblox (NYSE:RBLX) stock has been treated unfairly by the markets. It’s true that all growth stocks have shed some valuation premium recently. Interest rate hikes and a possible recession in 2023 are among the underlying factors. Relatively lower growth for some sectors post-pandemic is another factor. All these
Perma-Pipe International (PPIH): Stable business with a robust growth pipeline ahead. Volta (VLTA): EV charging specialist with a unique competitive advantage over its peers. Orion (ORN): Strong marine business with a continually growing order backlog. Source: Shutterstock Investor interest in infrastructure stocks has taken off since U.S. President Joe Biden signed a $1 trillion infrastructure
Shares of semiconductor giant Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) have been trading in the green for the past couple of days. Reports suggest the ongoing supply chain bottlenecks in graphics processing units (GPUs) will be easing up, potentially kick-starting a rally in NVDA stock. In January, leading tech publications such as Tom’s Hardware reported a drop in GPU
Microsoft (MSFT) is the dominant Cloud Czar. Its advertising growth of over 30% per year remains under the radar. Microsoft Gaming promises huge gains in years to come. Source: FellowNeko / Shutterstock.com Of the five Cloud Czars that now dominate the global economy, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is in the best shape. Accordingly, MSFT stock is up
Earnings season is upon us, and it’s time for companies to impress investors. Having suffered a lot over the past few months due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the tech selloff, U.S. stocks are under pressure again due to the inflation. However, Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) is hoping to make the most of travel this year.
Hit by an analyst downgrade amid concerns about cryptocurrency demand and the economic impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Nvidia (NVDA) stock was down 11% last week. Friday’s close of $212.58 is a new 2022 low for NVDA stock. Investors have an opportunity to buy NVDA shares at a price not seen since last fall.
Newegg Commerce (NEGG) stock is much more than just a stock for meme traders. The company is branching out into an interesting niche sales category. Investors should consider a moderate position size in shares of Newegg. Source: OleksandrShnuryk / Shutterstock.com California-based Newegg Commerce (NASDAQ:NEGG) is an electronics and computer parts e-retailer. NEGG stock deserves a place