Stocks to sell

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock has had a good run. Apple has been one of the most successful companies in the world, dominating the smartphone and tablet markets for more than decade. Recent challenges have cast doubt on the company’s future growth prospects. Despite new iPhone and iPad releases, Apple’s revenue growth remained unchanged, disappointing investors. The
Black Friday is here, and the holiday season is officially upon us. For investors, it’s a good time to go bargain shopping as well. But there are some stocks out there that could spoil your fun. These three stocks to sell have all fallen significantly in recent months. But there’s no discount here. Rather these
With 2023 slowly coming to an end, consider identifying stocks for potential sales before 2024 begins. Economic uncertainties, inflation and interest rate concerns contribute to stock market volatility. That’s especially true with underperforming speculative growth stocks, so accepting losses and realigning portfolios may be wise. Here are three overhyped stocks you should steer clear of
Iconic “Big Short” investor, Michael Burry, has shorted these chip stocks to sell. The latest round of 13-F filings revealed that Burry’s Scion Capital Management shorted Blackrock’s (NYSE:BLK) iShares Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:SOXX) with 100,000 Put options. The nominal value of Burry’s short position stands at approximately $47 million, which is nearly half of Scion’s liquidity. As such,
Wall Street analysts have a bullish view on PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) stock right now, with 48 sell-side analysts covering it, according to the Wall Street Journal. Among them 30 rate it either “Buy” or the equivalent to buy (“Overweight”), 17 out of the remaining 18 rate shares a “Hold,” with one sole analyst assigning a “Sell”
With U.S. electric vehicle demand waning, investors must be choosy with their stock picks. EV manufacturer Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) has its positive points, such as powerful vehicles with impressive ranges. Unfortunately, these positive points aren’t enough to make LCID stock a worthy pick for 2024. As we’ll see, Lucid Group is getting ready to introduce a new vehicle with
Blue-chip stocks typically make for solid long-term investments. These are stocks of companies that have been around for years, have well-known brands and products, are profitable, and have a track record of rewarding shareholders with dividends and share buybacks. However, not all blue-chip names have done well coming out of the Covid-19 pandemic. Stocks of many household
With its sales slumping, margins declining, and competitive advantage deteriorating, now is not the time to buy Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock. Despite CEO Elon Musk’s cult-like following among retail investors, Tesla is not in a good position. Demand for EVs is waning, and Tesla slashed prices. This has led to declining profit margins at a critical
The stock market is a highly subjective place that is also governed by analytical objectivity. It’s easy to calculate a price-to-earnings ratio because it’s an objective number. It’s sometimes difficult to apply subjective determinations to that number. In other words, it’s easy to label a given stock as overvalued only to see its price remain
Investors are showing signs of shifting from growth stocks to income or value-focused investments amid concerns about higher interest rates. The 10-year Treasury note reaching 5% is prompting a risk-off approach. Inflation persists, and corporate results, along with rising bond yields and geopolitical tensions, are pressuring markets downward.  Several formerly high-flying growth stocks may face
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Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) reported fairly dismal third-quarter results. Worse, the automaker looks poised to continue losing significant market share in both the U.S. and China. Meanwhile, the valuation of TSLA stock remains very high. Not helping, the firm also faces meaningful regulatory threats. Given these points, I believe that investors should sell TSLA stock at this
Betting a few dollars on an exciting startup like electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) might seem harmless. Yet, I encourage you to find another investment than MULN stock. In all likelihood, Mullen Automotive will continue to disappoint its shareholders. Besides, the last thing you need in your account is a capital loss. Don’t get the