Source: rhendrikdwenz via Shutterstock [Editor’s note: “5 Reasons ‘Cathie Wood Stocks’ Could Double in 2023” was previously published in July 2022. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available.] Many of you are familiar with Cathie Wood, the famed stock-picker and founder of ARK Invest. She focuses on investing in disruptive
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The Fed’s key interest rate target now stands at 3%-3.25%, way up from 0%-0.25% at the beginning of the year. That means, for all companies, borrowing money is becoming much more expensive. As a result, healthcare companies losing a great deal of money will have trouble obtaining new loans they can afford to pay off, and
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The substantial divorce rate in America—50% of marriages end in divorce—has engineered the creation of various types of spousal support through which one ex-spouse is required to pay the other. In most cases, the higher-earning spouse is required to pay the lower earner a certain amount, although there are exceptions to this. The tax rules
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John Jagerson here. The one positive aspect of a bear market is that valuations are low. As long as traders can focus on the underlying fundamentals and maintain a long-term view, bargains during a bear market can be very profitable. In my and Wade’s view, the best stocks right now are positioned to take advantage
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There’s no doubt about it: XPeng (NYSE:XPEV) wants the world to know that the company just unveiled a new SUV. That’s all fine and well, but was this event enough to assuage investors’ concerns about XPeng? So far, the answer is no. The Chinese automakers’ dwindling deliveries, along with macroeconomic issues, are legitimate issues and could
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In this article FRPT Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Inti St Clair | Tetra Images | Getty Images Company: Freshpet (FRPT) Business: Freshpet manufactures and markets natural fresh meals and treats for dogs and cats in the United States, Canada and Europe. The company sells its products under the Freshpet brand, along with Dognation
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The potential for high returns and stable income streams have made real estate investment trusts, or REITs, a popular investment vehicle. However, not all REITs are created equal, especially with a potential recession hanging overhead. On today’s list, I take a look at three REITs to sell. The reasoning for my bearishness on these particular
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So you’re interested in the best micro-cap stocks to buy now? Congratulations! You may be on the road to sizable tax deductions from severe capital losses. In all seriousness, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission would like to have a word with you. First, let’s talk about definitions. Whether they are the best micro-cap stocks
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Stocks to sell is a necessary discussion. Although it may feel good to remain loyal to an organization in the hopes of a substantial turnaround, it’s time to let go of some of the weaker entities. Fundamentally, the Federal Reserve plays an incredibly significant role in the red ink. With the central bank raising the
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Let’s be honest, you’re interested in the best penny stocks under $1 to buy now because of the lottery principle. You understand that very few people actually win lotteries, let alone the ultimate jackpot. At the same time, a mathematical reality exists. Someone always wins games of chance. Possibly, that someone could be you. However,
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In general, when markets trend lower, it makes sense to invest in blue-chip stocks. They tend to have a low beta and also provide regular cash flows through dividends. Yet, not all blue chips are created equal. Based on macroeconomic or company-specific factors, there are some you want to buy and some blue-chip stocks to
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It seems odd to be analyzing the best shipping stocks on a day when the second read of second quarter GDP should convince nearly any lingering skeptic that the U.S. economy is in a recession. Furthermore, that recession is likely to last well into 2023 and come with a much harder landing than the Federal
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