Artificial Intelligence (AI) has received incredible attention this year due to the public release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Its profound capabilities have successfully captured the imaginations of a swath of audiences from technology enthusiasts and investors to social commentators. That interest has led to the rise of AI stocks, like Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) and C3.ai (NYSE:AI) — sporting
Warren Buffet is arguably the most successful investor of all time. And while he is known as both a value investor and a long-term, buy-and-hold market participant, he’s not averse to selling a stock if it runs against him or the reasons why he bought shares in the first place turn out to be incorrect.
So far in August, QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) shares have declined sharply. With this nearly 50% drop in price in a matter of weeks, some may think that QS stock is oversold, and a great opportunity for short-term traders and long-term investors alike. For the near-term minded, QS may seem like a buy on weakness, ahead of
As the wheels of the electric vehicle (EV) industry continue to spin at breakneck speed, many analysts and investors have been caught up in the electrifying whirlwind of optimism. But is the industry truly driving towards a sustainable future, or is it merely coasting on the momentum of passing hype? Beneath the surface-level excitement, underlying
Look no further if you’re considering stocks to sell since the market rally has taken a breather. After posting historic results in this year’s first half, led by a 30% gain in the tech-heavy Nasdaq index (its best performance in 40 years), all three major U.S. indices are in the red for August. The Dow
Four long months. That’s the amount of time since the initial strikes by Hollywood writers and actors began. Not only is it hurting workers in the industry, but it’s also taking a toll on the media production companies. Additionally, they are the ones that market films and television shows. Production on new content remains at
Trucking is truly the backbone of American commerce. Yet, not every trucking business is destined to succeed. Unfortunately, Yellow (OTCMKTS:YELLQ) is failing spectacularly and YELL stock (now changed to YELLQ stock, as we’ll discuss in a moment) could easily be headed for zero. Of course, this won’t stop the meme stock traders from taking an interest
Michael Burry, the legendary investor who famously predicted the 2008 financial crisis, parted ways with three significant stocks – leaving many to ask: Should we follow his lead? Perhaps. First on the list of Michael Burry stocks is a Chinese e-commerce giant that once seemed invincible. Unfortunately, it now faces many challenges which could greatly impact
Robinhood (NASDAQ:HOOD) is a seamless choice for those interested in stock trading, ETFs, and cryptocurrency, unified within a single platform. Renowned as a leading online broker, it provides a user-friendly mobile app and fee-free service. This investment platform simplifies commission-free trading of stocks, ETFs, crypto, and options via a mobile app or website. It’s appealing
The one constant on Wall Street is change. Just over the past three years the S&P 500 has been a roller coaster ride. While the general trend has been up, much like the long history of the broad market index, it has definitely not been in a straight line. This causes analysts to constantly attempt
Canoo (NASDAQ:GOEV) stock is a unique EV stock. A lifestyle vehicle company, Canoo produces vans which are partly retro and partly utilitarian, for a very specific buyer. While the company has stood out among some investors because of its backlog, like all EV manufacturers, Canoo has run into funding and production issues in the company’s
We might have seen the peak of the semiconductor stock market for quite a while. On Wednesday evening, chip investors were on top of the world. Industry heavyweight Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) reported tremendous earnings, with its shares topping $500 for the first time. Many other semiconductor stocks surged in sympathy. A day later, however, the sentiment
Investing in biotech stocks can be challenging. The rewards can be great when your company hits on a popular drug, treatment or product. But there are also plenty of pitfalls that make such investments a risk. Biotech stocks represent companies that develop products and technology involving genetics and molecular biology. Some of them develop new
In a bear market, investors tend to be over-cautious. Even fundamentally strong undervalued stocks are ignored. However, when market sentiments change, purely speculative stocks tend to get the spotlight. Even if the stock trades at crazy valuations. The S&P 500 index has been trending higher year-to-date. With the rate hikes largely done and the U.S.
Interestingly, artificial intelligence and big data solutions are integral to Palantir Technologies’ (NYSE:PLTR) stock as reliance on AI grows. This is a stock that investors would expect to outperform many of the AI-adjacent stocks that have rocketed higher this year. Since the introduction of ChatGPT in November 2022, AI stocks have surged in investor interest.
The stock market has rewarded investors throughout the first half of the year. However, those gains appear to be slowing, and significant macroeconomic concerns suggest more pain ahead. This means there are some sorry stocks out there that you should really consider dropping before it’s too late. Student loan payments will return in September, and
In recent coverage of QuantumScape (NYSE:QS), I have discussed many of the recent developments with QS stock. These include the company’s recent earnings release, and its surprise capital raise news that happened not too long after. However, one aspect about this electric vehicle battery play that I have not talked about recently is insider buying
Pharmaceutical stocks can bring you from rags to riches — and back to rags again. The truth is the innovative sector can function similarly to a lottery. Not every company can deliver consistent growth and profits, but those who beat the trend will have their shares pop somewhere in the double digits in share appreciation.
Last week, I revealed MarketMaster AI, a set of deep learning AI algorithms designed to beat the market. The system was flashing warning signals like a hyperactive lifeguard on duty. Its top picks almost exclusively contained conservative blue-chip stocks — the type of investments to survive a bear market. The speculative meme stocks it once
Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer just a buzzword, with its prominence in the tech landscape surging like never before this year. This next-level technology effectively opens doors to an array of applications for consumers, businesses and other entities. Moreover, its application in investing is often understated, so investors must consider the stocks AI warns
Canada-based cannabis companies have by-and-large had a rough past couple of years, but this has been especially the case for Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQ:ACB) stock. Issues with growth and profitability have weighed on ACB stock in a big way. Over the past five years, this cannabis stock has declined in price by over 99%. Yet while
Blue-chip stocks are considered a more conservative way to invest, relative to more speculative names like early-stage growth stocks or penny stocks. However, that doesn’t mean owning them offers a guaranteed path to solid returns. At any given time, there are stocks in the blue-chip category that are not worth owning, at all. In some cases,
Whether you’re risk-inclined or not, Tilray Brands (NASDAQ:TLRY) isn’t a promising investment as a cannabis stock, let alone an alcohol play. The company has made some moves within the alcohol sector,which I’ll get to in a minute, but its core business continues to underperform. The company’s recent earnings reinforce the view that this is likely
With Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) shares slumping back to their 52-week low, plenty are curious whether LCID stock could soon make a comeback. This is due largely to LCID’s high short interest. In the eyes of risk-hungry traders, this factor points to an increased potential for a “short squeeze,” or a big run-up in shares caused
So far this month, Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) has popped back on the radars of many investors. A big reason for this is several major developments directly related to MULN stock. These include announced progress with some of the early-stage electric vehicle maker’s growth efforts. A reverse-stock split, which will enable Mullen to keep its Nasdaq
If any company is a darling on Wall Street in 2023, it’s definitely Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA). Analysts scrambled to lift their ratings and price targets on NVDA stock after its spectacular rally this year. Now, a call for clear-minded thinking is needed as a major near-term event could shut the party down. There’s no disputing that Nvidia
When a company issues a quarterly press release, typically it will put a positive spin on the company’s recent performance. That’s fine, but it means that investors should view Plug Power’s (NASDAQ:PLUG) latest earnings letter with a skeptical eye. After delving into the data, financial traders should seriously think about avoiding PLUG stock. The point
Dividend stocks have become investors’ favorites in recent months. Tech turbulence and high-interest rates combined to make high-yield stocks an alternative to riskier equities while still beating the yield on fixed-income investments like treasuries. Unfortunately, many investors chase the bottom-line yield stat without looking too closely into the underlying company. Dividend stocks are usually seen
I’ll start by noting that I’m by no means a critic of the cryptocurrency market in general – although some cryptos I believe investors should sell. The promise of decentralizing authority connected to finance and money is as appealing to me as it’s ever been. The more one learns about traditional finance the more apparent
If you are a public equities investor betting on the digital economy, semiconductor stocks would have to be in your portfolio. Semiconductors are tiny electronic devices powering everything from our smartphones and personal computers to cars and commercial airplanes. If you take any run-of-the-mill semiconductor exchange-traded fund (ETF), say, the iShares Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:SOXX), many