GameStop (NYSE:GME) shot “to the moon” during the meme stock trading frenzy of early 2021. However, the gravity of the company’s weak business growth outlook and persistently poor earnings could continue to pull GME stock back to Earth. Source: Emil O / Interestingly, though, a new vision could also rescue GME stock from this imminent
Tiny home living isn’t for everyone, but the trend continues, even during pandemic-related lockdowns. According to a late 2020 survey, 56% of Americans said they would consider living in a tiny home and the tiny homes market (globally) is slated to grow by $5.80 billion between 2020 and 2024. Television shows like Tiny House Nation
The euphoria for cryptocurrency reached an intermediary peak in mid-November, lifting Marathon Digital (NASDAQ:MARA) stock to a high of $83.45. Momentum dropped quickly in the days that followed. Source: Shutterstock The company disclosed a Securities and Exchange subpoena on Nov. 15, and Marathon Digital dropped by more than 20%. MARA stock found support at its
Up until two weeks ago, SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) stock was on a tear. Source: rafapress / After getting knocked back below $15 per share following its successful SPAC rollout, SOFI stock went on a strong run between late August and early November, delivering of strong quarterly results. The fintech company was also boosted by reduced
Peloton (NASDAQ:PTON) stock is not for the faint of heart investors. Source: JHVEPhoto / The company had the misfortune of coming to market just before the pandemic hit. The first few months of existence were going fairly well. PTON investors succeeded at building a base. There were sizable rallies and reasonable declines, but then
Companies that need to raise additional capital can do so by issuing additional shares of stock. However, these additional shares will dilute the value of existing shares, which can be a concern for shareholders. Some companies, therefore, choose to issue rights or warrants as an alternative means of generating capital. These instruments give shareholders the