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In 2020, r/WallStreetBets captured business news headlines. The forum squeezed hedge funds that bet foolishly against GameStop (NYSE:GME). In hindsight, the group created frenzied momentum buying short squeeze stocks at the perfect time. The government locked down the economy. To offset depression-level economics, governments gave free money to people while slashing interest rates to historic
Amid July’s surprisingly robust jobs report, the popular internet search term “tech layoffs 2022” presents a sharp contrast to the underlying enthusiasm. Yes, from a broader perspective, employment may be rising. However, a large chunk of the higher-paying opportunities — particularly in the technology sphere — have considerably faded. While the narrative might not make
Source: Led Gapline / Shutterstock [Editor’s note: “Get Ready to Shell Out for the ‘iPhone Killer’” was previously published in December 2021. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available.] I love my iPhone. I can do everything on it. Send messages. Call folks. Read the news. Trade stocks. Watch videos.
Source: Shutterstock [Editor’s note: “Become a Billionaire by Investing in The Industry With Infinite Potential” was previously published in August 2021. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available.] Life’s different for billionaires. They live in multi-acre estates worth tens of millions of dollars. They drive cars that are the stuff
AMTD Digital (NYSE:HKD) stock flew onto traders’ radars recently as it rallied hundreds of percentage points. Cautious investors should investigate the company before taking a position, though. There’s nothing special about AMTD Digital in particular as a business, and the share-price surge is likely due to a short squeeze. If you’re in the U.S., chances are
[Editor’s note: “This Little-Known EV Battery Technology Will Drive the EV Revolution” was previously published in July 2022. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available.] You may think you know of every battery innovation, especially as students of innovation. But a secret EV battery technology you’ve likely never heard of could
One of the financial metrics I use to find large-cap stocks trading at a discount is their free cash flow yield.  Free cash flow (or FCF) is the remaining cash flow from operations after subtracting a company’s capital expenditures. Uses for FCF include dividends, share repurchases, debt repayment, acquisitions, and investing in the business. If
Stocks with 1,000% upside potential don’t come around all that often. Or at least when they do, they may not seem all that obvious at first. Some of the recent big ones include Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) and Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU). The common theme with stocks that have 10-bagger potential is a great
San Francisco-headquartered neo-banking firm SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) is one of today’s most interesting fintech firms. However, Mad Money host Jim Cramer can’t seem to find a catalyst to recommend SOFI stock to investors. There are actually notable events concerning SoFi, including the approval of a reverse share split and the possibility of a $1 billion stock
The energy sector is broadly defined to comprise all companies that produce power. It is divided into non-renewable and renewable sources. Currently, that conversation gravitates around oil and prices at the pump. It is no secret that the price of a gallon of gas factors heavily into everyday conversation around inflation and recessionary concerns.  The
Miami-headquartered cruise operator Carnival (NYSE:CCL) recently received some positive news as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has ended its Covid-19 Program for Cruise Ships. Don’t get too excited yet, though. CCL stock could still head lower as Carnival’s planning a massive share sale. Plus, an analyst is suggesting that the company’s share sale
A robust summer travel season and improved international and business travel helped major U.S. airlines deliver profits in the second quarter. However, many carriers missed Wall Street’s earnings expectations as they battled sky-high fuel costs and operational challenges, mainly due to staffing issues. Airlines have raised ticket prices to mitigate the impact of higher costs.