While hopes for long-term returns may lure investors to growth stocks, some of these very stocks should be avoided.  Especially if they’re waving red flags. In fact, I’ve listed seven top growth stocks to avoid because of damaging issues. Growth Stocks to Avoid: Airbnb (ABNB) Source: Diego Thomazini / Shutterstock Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) has a compelling market opportunity.
Investing in EV stocks offers investors the opportunity to benefit from the world’s green energy transition. The automotive sector will play a significant role in major economies’ commitment to net zero emissions by 2050. Transportation accounts for approximately one-fifth of global GHG emissions. This presents a prime investment opportunity to benefit from the divestment in internal
Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN) stock spiked in July but then sank in August. So, what will autumn bring for Rivian’s loyal investors? Given the company’s impressive progress in a highly competitive electric vehicle (EV) market, I’m preparing for a Rivian Automotive share-price boost during these cool autumn months. Rivian Automotive isn’t the biggest or best-known EV
Electric vehicle (EV) battery technology company QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) recently gained a high price target from a notable analyst firm. However, I don’t recommend chasing QS stock. Pick your buy price and be patient, as QuantumScape isn’t a risk-free business by any means. QuantumScape’s solid-state battery cell technology could alter the landscape for the EV battery industry.
After a more-hawkish-than-expected speech from Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome Powell this week, stocks are suddenly plummeting. The record AI-inspired performance that tech stocks had in the first half of 2023 is turning into a late-summer market crash.  Did the Fed pop the AI Bubble with its shockingly hawkish commentary? Are we going back to
Since becoming CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A NYSE:BRK-B) in 1965, Warren Buffett generated 3.7 million percent returns for investors. That’s a staggering statistic, considering the S&P 500 returned some 24.7 thousand percent. There is a good reason he’s referred to as the Oracle of Omaha. This has led to the rise of Warren Buffett dividend stocks
With increased volatility rocking the markets this year, it’s more important than ever for investors to ensure their portfolios are allocated across a balanced mix of stable, blue-chip stocks and higher growth opportunities. While the majority of your holdings should be devoted to established, dividend-paying companies, I believe carving out a portion for reasonably-priced growth
AMC Entertainment’s (NYSE:AMC) financial troubles continue as it resorts to share dilution and a reverse stock split to address its growing debt issue. AMC’s recent capital raise, while necessary, has caused discontent among shareholders, leading CEO Adam Aron to defend his decisions. This reveals a growing division among AMC shareholders. The outlook for 2024 box