Stocks to buy

In the coming years, quantum computing stocks are likely to become very lucrative. If you’re unfamiliar with the technology, these computers use quantum mechanics to create multidimensional spaces and solve complex problems. As a result, quantum computers are significantly faster than traditional computers. Quantum computing is a relatively nascent technology, but it holds a lot
Ever since Virgin Galactic (NYSE:SPCE) shot Richard Branson into space on the first-ever commercial space flight, SPCE stock has been anything but stellar. Despite the successful flight, the stock is currently trading down around $35 on other news. Make no mistake, there’s no lack of excitement over Virgin Galactic’s space tourism business. The market is very
Focusing on additive manufacturing (AM) of electronics, Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM) specializes in fast prototyping capabilities, helping client companies meet tight production deadlines while delivering cost savings. What’s more, NNDM stock is actually fundamentally relevant without the social media furor surrounding it. Still, an extra tailwind never hurt. Source: Spyro the Dragon / Shutterstock.com In this
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) is doing all the right things, and its stock is responding positively. In June, the price of NIO stock rose 25% to $53.20 as the company reported one positive development after another. Source: Robert Way / Shutterstock.com This was a welcome turnaround for the Shanghai-based company’s stock after months
One of the key observations about asset markets is that there is always a bull-run in some stocks or sectors, irrespective of economic conditions or other headwinds. Even during the novel coronavirus pandemic, there were dozens of stocks to buy that delivered multi-fold returns. In particular, sectors like at-home entertainment, gaming, e-commerce and pharmaceuticals benefited
If you’re looking to hop onto an emerging hyper-growth megatrend, you really need to check out 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD). Sure, there’s risk involved in owning DDD stock, but the long-term rewards could be spectacular. Source: shutterstock.com/Alex_Traksel Boldly (but not incorrectly), InvestorPlace analyst Luke Lango recently called 3D printing the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” To that, I would add
Sometimes, I think about the days when shares of Chinese electric vehicle start-up Nio (NYSE:NIO) traded for $2.50 apiece. Undoubtedly, we all wish that we had a time machine, so that we could go back and load up on NIO stock when it was super-cheap. Source: xiaorui / Shutterstock.com Unfortunately (or maybe not), humankind hasn’t perfected a time