Stocks to buy

Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) stock, like other tech stocks, looks cheap again. So is it time to buy the dip in CRM stock? Source: IgorGolovniov / That depends in part on whether the shares are cheap, or just slightly less expensive. Salesforce stock is down 16% since Nov. 9.  Most of that fall came after it announced
Investing in restaurant stocks can be tricky. This is particularly true when you’re dealing with a recent initial public offering (IPO), like the one that just transpired with Sweetgreen (NYSE:SG). So, does it make sense to fill up on SG stock now? Source: melissamn / It’s an interesting niche-market proposition — no doubt about that.
Known for its multi-function camera app Snapchat, Snap (NYSE:SNAP) provides a dynamic social-media platform with strong appeal to younger users. Regardless, traders of SNAP stock don’t currently seem to have much conviction in the company. Source: Ink Drop / Snapchat isn’t necessarily the most popular social media platform, I’ll admit. Still, the company has embedded
Stock investors who stuck with Opendoor (NASDAQ:OPEN) are most likely suffering losses. This is especially true of those who chased it in February. OPEN stock is now 64% lower from the high, and seemingly a falling machete. It has not yet found support or signs of stabilization. The next ray of hope that the bulls
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