Stocks to sell

Hyliion Holdings Corp (NYSE:HYLN) is an electric vehicle (EV) stock that’s different. Instead of cars, Hyliion is developing technology to electrify Class 8 trucks. This is a huge potential market. As a result, HYLN stock surged last fall, with the prospect of a government push to electrify commercial transportation fleets. Source: Scharfsinn / Shutterstock.com However,
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Easily the most controversial country over the past year-and-a-half period, China is again making waves. This time, it has taken on the cryptocurrency phenomenon, banning its transactions and its mining operations. Unfortunately, that puts SOS Ltd (NYSE:SOS) stock in quite a bind. Source: Mark Agnor / Shutterstock.com Its own government is enemy No. 1. As
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SmileDirectClub (NASDAQ:SDC) is all about straightening teeth using a telehealth approach by selling its teeth aligners directly online. But after looking at the company’s lousy Q2 earnings release, there wasn’t much to smile about. In effect, SDC stock will likely tread water until SmileDirectClub becomes profitable. Source: Thamyris Salgueiro / Shutterstock.com This is nothing new
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IronNet (NYSE:IRNT) stock has dropped dramatically since its merger with LGL Systems Acquisition Corp closed. . However, the drop did not occur because investors disliked the deal between the companies.  Source: Shutterstock In fact, IRNT stock steadily climbed in the days following the Aug. 27 merger.  And then, somewhat strangely, the stock actually fell a
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A bit of positive news included in Carnival’s (NYSE:CCL) second-quarter results lifted CCL  stock in late September. But even as the world appears on track to get “back to normal,” you may not want to buy Carnival’s shares at its present levels. There’s a good chance that the cruise line operator’s results will fully bounce
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A year ago, electric vehicles (EVs) were a promising sector for investors. But in 2021, that all changed. Sponsors of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) flooded the market with new EV stock investments. Some of these, like Lucid Motors (NASDAQ:LCID), have worked out pretty well. Most, however, have been terrible for investors. Unfortunately, Lordstown Motors
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With the seemingly worsening crisis of property developer China Evergrande (OTCMKTS:EGRNF), it may be time for investors to at least consider reducing exposure to companies tied to the world’s second-largest economy. Late last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that Evergrande failed to make a scheduled interest payment last Thursday, sparking concerns about a mass
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For AMC (NYSE:AMC) stock, the easing of Americans’ fears about the pandemic, along with the approaching end of the outbreak, is certainly very positive news. Source: viewimage / Shutterstock.com Nonetheless, the movie theater owner is facing multiple other tough problems. First of all, it faces continued competition from streaming services. Second, AMC has significant debt
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Plug Power (NASDAQ:PLUG), the hydrogen fuel cell company, was somehow able to raise more than $3.4 billion in two different tranches in January and February 2021. The company sold $1.6 billion of PLUG stock at $29.29 in February to a subsidiary of SK Holdings, the third-largest conglomerate in South Korea. Source: Shutterstock Additionally, it managed
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Any investment in Ocugen (NASDAQ:OCGN) stock is based on hope. That hope involves the FDA approving the Covid-19 vaccine known as Covaxin.    Source: shutterstock.com/PhotobyTawat Over the last six months or so, the company has repeatedly suggested that such an approval was imminent. On Feb. 2,  Ocugen announced an agreement with the Indian drug maker
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Just one month ago, sentiment surrounding mobile e-commerce company ContextLogic (NASDAQ:WISH) was positive. Seven analysts considered WISH stock a “buy” and four others rated the stock a “hold.” But these days, sentiment has darkened considerably. Currently, only three analysts have a “buy” rating on WISH stock, with six saying it’s a “hold” and two more
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