The stock market is a highly subjective place that is also governed by analytical objectivity. It’s easy to calculate a price-to-earnings ratio because it’s an objective number. It’s sometimes difficult to apply subjective determinations to that number. In other words, it’s easy to label a given stock as overvalued only to see its price remain
Investors are showing signs of shifting from growth stocks to income or value-focused investments amid concerns about higher interest rates. The 10-year Treasury note reaching 5% is prompting a risk-off approach. Inflation persists, and corporate results, along with rising bond yields and geopolitical tensions, are pressuring markets downward. Several formerly high-flying growth stocks may face
Editor’s note: “This New AI Chatbot Is Ushering In Nvidia’s End” was previously published in earlier in November 2023. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available. The world’s richest man just unveiled his own AI chatbot. And it may present an existential threat to the world’s most powerful AI company.
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) reported fairly dismal third-quarter results. Worse, the automaker looks poised to continue losing significant market share in both the U.S. and China. Meanwhile, the valuation of TSLA stock remains very high. Not helping, the firm also faces meaningful regulatory threats. Given these points, I believe that investors should sell TSLA stock at this
Betting a few dollars on an exciting startup like electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) might seem harmless. Yet, I encourage you to find another investment than MULN stock. In all likelihood, Mullen Automotive will continue to disappoint its shareholders. Besides, the last thing you need in your account is a capital loss. Don’t get the
Although considered a leading player in the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure amid the growing popularity of EVs, ChargePoint Holdings (NYSE:CHPT) faces challenges. The stock has plummeted by 65% this year due to delayed compatibility with Tesla’s charging network, significant stock dilution and distant profitability prospects. Investors should exercise caution and consider these risks before
If you’re researching which tech stocks to sell now, look no further. Tech stocks are rallying once again. Despite a series of macroeconomic headwinds, traders have come rushing back to the tech sector. There’s been a particular focus on the largest companies out there, as the tech giants look like safe harbors right now. But
Despite market optimism surrounding the Fed’s potential rate cut, some, like these telecom stocks to sell, have sunk to dangerous levels. One of the industries that got our attention is telecommunications. The S&P Telecom Select Industry Index has grossly underperformed YTD, returning -13.84% to investors. This index includes the three major telecom companies, Verizon (NYSE:VZ),
In a year when technology stocks have led the market, PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) stock has been a laggard. Value seekers may consider investing in PayPal now, but the risk-to-reward balance isn’t favorable. There’s risk and uncertainty as PayPal is undergoing a CEO transition. Furthermore, PayPal and other U.S. non-bank fintech firms may have to face scrutiny from the Consumer
After declining sharply between August and October, Nio (NYSE:NIO) stock has essentially traded sideways. Some are considering buying in hope a turnaround is taking shape. After all, earlier in November, Reuters reported that the company was laying off a tenth of its workforce. While layoffs are unfortunate, they sometimes mark the beginning of a turnaround.
AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) faces liquidity challenges, which the previous industry strikes and seasonal vulnerability have exacerbated. Given the fixed cost structure for AMC stock and still high operational costs, profitability will likely be impacted during periods of low revenue. This seasonal fluctuation affects both liquidity and AMC’s overall financial health. Despite hopes for profitability by
Without question, one of the ugliest topics in the equities space involves the concept of stocks to sell. You mention that and you’re bound to receive flak. It’s understandable. Akin to a sports editorialist criticizing a particular club, fans of that organization naturally take offense. Given that tribalistic sentiments only accelerate when money is involved,
Knowing the AI stocks to avoid is just as important as identifying winners in artificial intelligence. AI stocks largely represent companies seen as innovative and disruptive, creating new markets and generating huge returns. But not every stock can be a winner. The Portfolio Grader evaluates all stocks in the market based on growth potential, debt
Lucid Motors (NASDAQ:LCID) stock has moved into penny territory and may spend a lot of time there. LCID is not an American company. Don’t be fooled by its American CEO or its Arizona factory. Lucid Motors is a Saudi company. The desert kingdom has a 60% stake following a June share purchase . Lucid is
Boosted by two very popular movies and and high revenue per customer, AMC (NYSE:AMC) was able to generate more revenue than in Q3 of 2019. But the company’s bottom line was still negative, while its cash flow amounted to a trickle. Also, the movie-theater owner depressed the price of AMC stock by selling huge amounts
A new inflation report is out, and markets have reacted positively. Headline U.S. inflation essentially stalled in October, while the core consumer price index, which excludes food and energy costs, increased 0.2% from September. Positive indications that inflation is indeed coming down could incite a broader market rally as the year comes to a close.
WeWork’s (OTCMKTS:WEWKQ) spectacular failure and recent bankruptcy filing should serve as a cautionary tale for many other troubled stocks. It should also serve to renew efforts to reassess one’s portfolio and drop stocks that are bound to act as detractors overall. Investors don’t want to keep their capital behind those stocks, most likely to follow in
QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) stock surged at the start of November, but has pulled back and are likely to retreat to pre-spike price levels. It is questionable whether this speculative growth stock will charge up yet again. Barring another short-lived shift back to “risk on” by the market, chances are that shares will languish at or near
If you’re considering which solar stocks to sell, look no further. The solar sector has had a dismal year. The benchmark Invesco Solar ETF (NYSEARCA:TAN) has lost nearly half its value over the past 12 months. There are two primary reasons why investors are selling solar stocks this year. First, the Inflation Reduction Act, which
Despite electric vehicle manufacturer Lucid Group’s (NASDAQ:LCID) problems, at least we can say one positive thing. For what it’s worth, Lucid Group adopted the EV charging standard of a much more famous and successful vehicle maker. However, that’s not enough for us to give LCID stock anything better than a “D” grade. Sure,