One of the most interesting streaming plays, fuboTV (NYSE:FUBO), is down substantially in the year thus far. Unfortunately, it looks unlikely FUBO stock will make a comeback anytime soon. FuboTV is a TV service that streams over 70 channels. It is especially sports-centric and offers live access to major league games, including the NFL, NBA,
SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI), a fintech company that is a one-stop shop for your finances, has an attractive marketing message but not an attractive stock. SOFI stock has seen a decline of nearly 66% year-to-date. Almost a year ago, in August 2021, my article on SOFI was not positive. I considered it a promising company, but
The outlook of Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) stock is mixed. On the positive side, the company is growing quickly, showing that its niche is still expanding. Additionally, by some measures, it is profitable. Moreover, its chief executive officer (CEO) recently bought a large amount of SHOP stock, suggesting that he has a great deal of confidence in
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) surprised the market with its June preliminary deliveries report, which unveiled a 1.42x month-over-month increase in Chinese regional sales. Regionally, the electric vehicle giant sold more than 78,000 vehicles last month, a 1.35x year-over-year increase. Many investors are likely to jump on a recovery play as the company’s sales recovery could be misinterpreted
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) investors have been on a wild ride these past few weeks. Like most high-growth stocks, TSLA has lost close to 40% of its value from all-time highs. Relatively speaking, TSLA stock has done a decent job of holding its value despite being worth much less now than last year. Stocks of other electric
No matter your opinion of plant-based meat, the most important thing to think of when it comes to investing in Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) or not is whether this product can become widely-consumed and profitable in the long-term. The verdict? So far, it’s murky at best. That’s a big reason why BYND stock has performed so
As investors, we need to be careful that we don’t treat noise as true parameters. GameStop (NYSE:GME) announced that it is executing a four-for-one stock split to lower its stock price and keep it accessible to its retail investor base. According to Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities: “GameStop management knows that they have a 100%
Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) stock was a pandemic superstar. From the end of 2019 to last November, SHOP stock delivered a spectacular 314% return. The Canadian ecommerce company was signing up new vendors at a rapid pace, and the surge in online shopping saw the company posting record numbers. During the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend
On the one hand, the semiconductor sector appears to be one of the more robust sectors to consider investing in this year. A study done earlier this year by audit house KPMG characterized industry confidence as “exceedingly high.” They expect wireless communications, automotive and internet of things to be the markets that most drive sector
There comes a point when investors need to recognize the realities of the equities sector, which is the central theme undergirding the below stocks to sell in a bear market. It’s not about hating on particular companies. Indeed, many of these players offer intriguing business models. Unfortunately, the ground underneath us has changed, necessitating a
Based in San Francisco, ContextLogic (NASDAQ:WISH) ships out cheap products to consumers who buy them online. Speaking of cheap, WISH stock is low-priced, but don’t get stuck in a value trap. There’s not much value to speak of here, as WISH stock could actually get much cheaper. At first glance, ContextLogic’s business model might sound reasonable.
Source: OlegRi / Shutterstock Energy has been one of the few sectors that held up in 2022. With the invasion of Ukraine showing no signs of abating, oil and natural gas producers remain a hot pick for investors. However, Camber Energy (NYSEAMERICAN:CEI) has not participated in the energy boom. In fact, CEI stock is down
The cruise line sector has taken quite the beating at the hands of the Covid-19 pandemic. Cruise ships were docked for the better part of the past couple of years, with travel and other social-distancing measures in place. Moreover, after December, omicron compelled the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to raise its warning
Source: Shutterstock GameStop (NYSE:GME) continues to provide the volatility traders love, with double- and even triple-digit percentage swings. Yet, for investors, GME stock remains a risky proposition. On June 9, Reuters reported that the shorts were once again circling GameStop, “spotlighting how short sellers have grown bolder during a broader market selloff that has pummeled
Down almost 78% this year, Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN) looks like damaged goods. The electric vehicle maker that’s based in Irvine, California went public last November amid much hype and hoopla. It was one of the biggest initial public offerings (IPOs) of the year with the share price rocketing to just under $180 and giving the
Coinbase Global (NASDAQ:COIN) has been the opposite of a buy-and-hold stock in 2022. It has crashed by over 80%, a massive drop that is hard for investors to recover from. It is not impossible, but it is very hard, and it will require a lot of time and a lot of patience — plus a
Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN), an electric vehicle company that’s garnered a lot of attention, has been a long-time bearish call for me. In my previous articles on RIVN stock, I wrote that Elon Musk was right about his comments on high-volume production and named RIVN stock an epic bubble. And I think the pain will continue.
This year has been one to remember for oil stocks. But what goes up must come down. So, if you own red-hot oil stocks, you’ll want to sell them and look elsewhere to thrive during a recession. Hey, you’ve had a good run with crude. While the first six months of 2022 saw the stock
Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) isn’t the same company it was during the Covid-19 pandemic. Lockdowns and pandemic woes have lifted, making way for a post-pandemic hangover that sees a seriously shaky economy. Netflix is dealing with increased competition, which is slowing growth and leading it to predict a drop off of 2 million paid subscribers in the
Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ:PANW), a software company that provides cybersecurity solutions, challenges the dilemma in stock investing now: whether to invest in growth stocks or in value stocks. The firm reported strong 2022 third quarter (Q3) earnings that caused a short-term bounce from $436 to $527. However, the stock fell back to $475 per share.