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The United Nations COP26 summit recently highlighted the fact that “human activities have caused around 1.1°C of global warming to date” and the “impacts are already being felt in every region.” Over the next few decades, countries need to work towards minimizing and potentially reversing the damage to the climate. Green energy stocks are therefore
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
Equity prices on Wall Street have never been higher, yet Zillow (NASDAQ:ZG) stock is 73% off its highs. A year ago, ZG stock exploded in a 140% rally to start the year. Then its momentum died suddenly in the middle of February. The bears have controlled the price action since then in a harsh descending
Countries all across the world are taking the big step to slash carbon emissions. What does that mean for Nio (NYSE:NIO) stock? Source: Sundry Photography / In the U.S., President Joe Biden announced a goal of a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. This move gave a direct push to electric vehicle
I’ve been helping investors for over a decade, and a persistently difficult point to make involves earnings trades. Zoom (NASDAQ:ZM) stock fell almost 20% yesterday on its earnings headline. Source: Girts Ragelis / For years I have struggled in convincing investors that the reaction to those headlines is completely binary overnight. Of course, the
Fisker (NYSE:FSR) announced on Nov. 19 that it won a ZEVAS Award — the zero-emission awards at the Los Angeles Auto Show — for the best crossover vehicle under $50,000. FSR stock jumped more than 5% on the news. This is the latest piece of good news for long-time investors. In the last month alone,