Stocks to sell

Teladoc (NASDAQ:TDOC) stock slumped by more than 50% after the company’s first-quarter earnings report disappointed. TDOC reported a revenue miss of $3.28 million, caused by an abrupt drawdown in its sales cycle. It seems as though the competitive sphere is heating up in the telehealth space, causing crowdedness in the industry. Teladoc’s return on invested
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Ocugen (NASDAQ:OCGN) was one of the most explosive stocks, at one point. In fact, from a December 2020 low of about 29 cents, the stock exploded to $17.65 by November 2021. All thanks to hopes for its coronavirus vaccine, Covaxin. Even Noble Financial analyst Robert LeBoyer had an outperform rating on the stock, with a
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Robinhood Markets’ (HOOD) stock has collapsed, falling 74% since last autumn. The company is losing users on its trading app and racking up big losses. While Robinhood has launched several initiatives to improve its situation, HOOD stock continues to fall. Source: dennizn / Shutterstock.com Down 74% in the past six months and 88% below its
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Snap (SNAP) earnings disappointed analysts. It now calls itself an “augmented reality company,” eschewing the social media label. Snap is husbanding cash as it waits out the social media firestorm. Investors should do the same. Source: franviser / Shutterstock.com Snap (NASDAQ:SNAP) missed earnings estimates but the stock has been surprisingly resilient. Shares went on a roller
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Snowflake (NYSE:SNOW) has many positive characteristics, including extremely rapid growth, many prominent customers, “great technology,” a CEO who has been extremely successful in the past, and a very promising initiative. Additionally, Snowflake expects its cash flow to be positive this year. However, I don’t expect SNOW stock to perform very well over the next six
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Shares of Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) continue to slide lower and are down 70% over the last year. The company’s latest earnings showed that its share of the Canadian cannabis market is declining. A new joint venture with fellow Canadian cannabis producer Hexo Corp. (HEXO) raises more questions than it answers. Source: viewimage / Shutterstock.com Canadian cannabis
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Mullen Automotive (MULN) garnered plenty of macabre headlines for short seller’s report that took down MULN stock. In reality, even without the exposé, shares of the EV manufacturer would have likely faced serious trouble. It’s time for investors to start thinking very carefully about the electric transition. Source: Ringo Chiu / Shutterstock.com If you’re following
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Cable One (CABO): While a strong performer since its debut in 2015, the same can’t be said about its potential performance going forward. Carnival Corporation (CCL): Many challenges signal it’s not time to go “full steam ahead” on this cruise line operator’s shares. Caesars Entertainment (CZR): Be careful about placing a wager that it makes an
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Salesforce (CRM) — Shares slipped below the 200-weekly moving average and have a long way to go until the next support zone. Alcoa (AA) — Has been hammered after reporting earnings numbers that failed to justify its meteoric rise. Nvidia (NVDA) — The unwind in semiconductors accelerated Thursday, causing NVDA to crack a major floor. Source:
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Home Depot (HD) — Lower spending on non-essential household items could be in the offing. In addition, the stock’s price multiples are sky high, which is a rarity for mature companies. Tesla (TSLA) — Cyclicality could catch up with Tesla. Its vehicles are “best-in-class”. However, economic throughs have previously shown to impact most discretionary companies. Visa
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