Stocks to sell

The conversation surrounding which dividend stocks to buy and which to avoid centers on a wobbly economy. The failures of banks including Silvergate Capital (NYSE:SI), Silicon Valley Bank (NASDAQ:SIVB), and Signature Bank (NASDAQ:SBNY) sent shockwaves rippling through the financial system. As a result, the potential for a financial crisis a-la 2008/2009 remains high. The FDIC has stepped in, and things appear calm, for
It’s been a bumpy ride for investors of China-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Nio (NYSE:NIO) over the past year. Some data points indicate that a rebound in NIO stock might be coming, but don’t jump to any conclusions. If Nio is spending much more money than it’s generating, this will make it difficult for the company
The recent banking crisis has pushed Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) to new multi-year lows. At current prices, BAC stock hasn’t been this cheap since late 2020. Compared to this leading financial institution’s forecasted 2023 earnings ($3.45 per share), as well as its book value ($30.61 per share), I can see why many contrarian investors are
Peruse the Internet for investment guidance and you’re likely to hear the adage that you shouldn’t consider stocks to sell when faced with volatility. Rather, you should buy up assets and securities when there’s blood on the streets. To be honest, it sounds bold and daring and something that alpha males do. However, blind adherence
How is Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) responding to the harsh impact of persistently high inflation? You’ll want to know all the facts before considering DIS stock, but you might not like the answer to this question. Prospective investors should seriously consider whether Disney shares are actually a good value. The days of Disney easily defeating its competition
Generally, I dislike writing about the worst stocks to buy now (or similar themes) because it invariably offends members of the internet defense league. It’s not the greatest experience to receive a flood of messages from people defending the honor of corporations who could care less about them. However, in this case, I’m game. Recently,
In 2022, investors discovered that Google and YouTube parent company Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL,NASDAQ:GOOG,) stock wasn’t impervious to macroeconomic challenges. It was a tough year for Alphabet, and 2023 might not be any easier for the company. Between regulatory problems and fierce competition from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), there’s no shortage of issues that could negatively pressure GOOG stock this
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.B) stock didn’t suffer much after posting big 2022 losses just a few weeks ago. But those losses do have investors wondering if it continues to be overvalued, and if so, where? In total, Berkshire Hathaway posted a loss of $22.82 billion during the year. However, Warren Buffett remains enthusiastic about the U.S. economic engine,
If there’s any publicly listed business that needs a crystal-clear recovery road map now, it’s used-car retailer Carvana (NYSE:CVNA). Any prospective CVNA stock buyer should take a close look at Carvana’s financial problems. Then, they need to consider whether the company’s management is properly addressing Carvana’s shortcomings. The preponderance of the evidence indicates that the answer
Many investors believe in the clean energy movement. Does this mean they should bet their hard-earned capital on electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID)? Not necessarily, as Lucid isn’t likely to sell many vehicles in 2023. Consequently, LCID stock just doesn’t offer a favorable risk-to-reward profile. Like other EV makers, Lucid Group has to compete
Can Luxembourg-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Arrival (NASDAQ:ARVL) deliver value to its shareholders in 2023? The company certainly has an intriguing business concept. However, ARVL stock is likely to lose value as Arrival’s workforce shrinks along with the company’s capital position. Investors already learned in late January that Arrival is slashing its global workforce by around
Look at a stock chart for Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ:RIDE), and it is clear investors have already sent RIDE stock to the market junkyard. However, with its super-low stock price, I can understand why some may have the urge to go contrarian on this floundering electric vehicle maker. After all, it’s already at the bottom of
Although the interest is high in the artificial intelligence sector, there still are plenty of AI stocks to sell before they tank further. After stock markets fell last year, speculators tried to jumpstart 2023 with the hype around AI. Markets understand only half of the prospects in this emerging technology. AI will disrupt industries and