There are three tech stocks to sell for February. These companies are in the process of a slow decline via slowing fundamentals and weak business models that are not conducive to the long-term gains that investors hope for. Given the rising S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices, which generally signal robust market conditions, investors might expect
Battery stocks fuel the green tech revolution, heralding an investment gold rush. They serve as the energy backbone for everything from vehicles to homes and offices while playing a critical in advancing the fast-growing electric vehicle (EV) sector. Consequently, battery technology has become a crucial element in modern investment strategy, positioning itself as a critical
During periods of high inflation and a hawkish stance on interest rates from the Federal Reserve, investors may be wise to protect their wealth through dividend-paying stocks which will offer regular payouts depending on performance.  When utilized effectively, dividend-paying stocks are great for ensuring that portfolios can continue to retain their value even as historically
Among tech investments, the search for the next titan resembles a deep dive into the ocean for pearls. The periodic portfolio shifts toward solid tech contenders with high-yield potential as the digital space evolves. From cybersecurity advancement to disruptive biotech, potential brims for astronomical growth through three decisive picks. The first one’s strategic edge, the
Scores of names in “penny stock territory” (stocks trading for $5 or less per share) go unnoticed among the sell-side community, but that doesn’t mean they are completely off their radar. Alongside these more “under the radar” names, are strong buy penny stocks that have received favorable analyst ratings. These include ratings from analysts at
Lucid (NASDAQ:LCID) stock has had a long bumpy ride. Investors eagerly bought LCID shares after its 2021 IPO, raising $4.5 billion for Lucid. Lucid’s Saudi backers provided capital during tough times. However, the new EV maker is far from dethroning Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) or even China’s BYD (OTCMKTS:BYDDY). In Q4 2023, BYD sold 526,409 electric vehicles, while
Tough times require tough cost-cutting decisions, including job layoffs. However, to get a company back on the right track, reach profitability, and increase margins, they’re often required. Below are just a few of the top post-layoffs stocks that should flourish, as they get back on the right track. We also have to consider that job