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With the rising adoption of generative artificial intelligence technology, there’s now an AI gold rush, and semiconductor companies are selling the “picks and shovels.” Hence, all eyes are on the top chip stocks to watch, but are these names also in the “Green Zone?” TradeSmith offers investors valuable tools for determining which stocks to watch.
When a company’s executives and board members voraciously buy their own stock suddenly, it’s worthy of attention. Share purchases by insiders are often viewed as a vote of confidence in a company’s stock. People within an organization have first-hand knowledge of the company’s happenings and performance. Seeing them buy stock can be taken as a
The Big 3 is in a labor bind…and some investors are starting to bet against General Motors (NYSE:GM), Ford (NYSE:F) and Chrysler owner Stellantis (NYSE:STLA) as the United Auto Workers strike drags on. Ford, GM and Stellantis are among the top 10 most shorted auto stocks as of Sept. 18, according to research from S3
Palantir Technologies (NYSE:PLTR) stock has surged nearly 140% this year because of strong earnings and rising AI interest. The launch of ChatGPT in November 2022 boosted AI stocks, leading to a 64% year-over-year increase in AI mentions during Q1 2023 earnings calls as companies embraced AI opportunities. Palantir’s stock surged after surpassing Q1 earnings expectations
Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) stock has performed well so far this year. That’s not surprising. A combination of better-than-expected results in recent quarters, alongside excitement over potential AI-related catalysts, explain the nearly 75% move higher SHOP stock has made since January. However, while this stock has been a top performer year-to-date, more recently, its performance has been
Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock is what any logical investor would refer to as a red-hot property. The company’s share price has rocketed higher this year, as the company boasted 100%+ year-over-year revenue growth, to more than $13.5 billion. Its shares have surged approximately 230% this year, a remarkable feat in this uncertain market. Among the high-growth,
Blackstone (NYSE:BX) President and Chief Operating Officer Jon Gray appeared on Bloomberg Wealth with David Rubenstein in July. Gray, who launched Blackstone’s real estate business in 1992, was asked by Rubenstein where to put $100,000. Gray suggested private and public real estate investment trusts (REITs) to buy were your best bet.  His fallback recommendation: a
While Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) dominates headlines in the semiconductor space, many view this sector as a one-horse race. Of course, that’s not the case. Companies like Nvidia and its mega-cap semiconductor peers are certainly among the most-watched stocks in the market right now. The question for many investors is whether the valuations of these pricey chip