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Following an early initial public offering (IPO) state of bliss, the Chinese ride-hailing and delivery group DiDi Global (NYSE:DIDI) has left its investors with little cheer. On June 30, DIDI stock made a historical public debut, the second-biggest U.S. IPO by a Chinese company after Alibaba (NYSE:BABA). Source: DANIEL CONSTANTE / Shutterstock.com DIDI stock started trading
After an extended period of consolidation, Lucid (NASDAQ:LCID) stock has surged strongly in the last month. During this period, the stock has nearly doubled. Source: ggTravelDiary / Shutterstock.com Unlike the rally prior to the company’s merger with its SPAC , the recent gains have not been based on speculation. However, it would make sense to
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 / Shutterstock.com Interestingly, though, a new vision could also rescue GME stock from this imminent
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 / Shutterstock.com 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
The special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) bubble has come and gone. But investors are still keeping an eye on high-profile blank-check company mergers. One, in particular, that’s been getting attention is the proposed deal between SilverBox Engaged Merger (NASDAQ:SBEA) and Black Rifle Coffee. On the day of the announcement, SBEA stock briefly skyrocketed in price from
After the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, cloud-based e-commerce platform Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) entered into a boom phase of epic proportions. As a result, anyone who happened to own SHOP stock enjoyed a spectacular return on his or her investment. Source: Beyond The Scene / Shutterstock.com Unlike some other e-commerce companies, Shopify is seller-focused: the company offers
GameStop (NYSE:GME) has been one of the year’s most amazing stories. Coming into 2021, GameStop appeared to be a nearly bankrupt video game retailer stuck in a death spiral. However, thanks to social media activism, GME stock flew to the moon in January. Source: rblfmr/Shutterstock.com Management used that opportunity to issue stock and raise sufficient
The current narrative surrounding FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL) stock revolves around a few central ideas.  Source: Kaca Skokanova/Shutterstock One, the idea that it will rise from President Joseph Biden’s infrastructure bill and the money to be directed toward clean energy. And two, that FCEL stock is a buy-the-dip opportunity.  Let’s start there first.  Opportunity? Early in
After months of consolidation, Bionano Genomics (NASDAQ:BNGO) is breaking down. BNGO stock has plummeted 30% since announcing earnings in early November. While the earnings report was decent, some legitimate concerns and a lack of news continue to weigh on shares. Source: Shutterstock / PopTika I’ll admit the genome analysis company is compelling, but investors should wait
This is big news if you’re a fan of investor Cathie Wood. Reportedly, Wood’s company, Ark Invest, on Oct. 27  purchased more than 2.1 million shares of online mobile gaming technology platform Skillz (NYSE:SKLZ). So does Wood’s move  mean that you should buy SKLZ stock, too? Source: NYCStock / Shutterstock.com Not necessarily. Every investor has different reasons