Stocks to buy

Once the post-COVID boom faded, many high-flying tech stocks plummeted, potentially creating opportunities for growth investors looking to position their portfolios for substantial gains. In my view, select beaten-down tech companies appear primed for massive upside if bought before the impending recovery. Of course, timing the bottom involves substantial risk, given the ongoing market turbulence.
Investing directly in real estate properties requires a large amount of capital and many other resources that most average investors cannot access. But, for investors looking to gain exposure to the real estate market and the many benefits of real estate investing, REITs (real estate investment trusts) are the way to go. They offer investors
High-yield dividend stocks offer good returns with lower risk compared to growth stocks, providing a less stressful financial journey into retirement. While no dividend stock is risk-free, investors can seek established companies or those with competitive advantages for consistent dividend payments. Beyond providing a steady income stream, they showcase the potential of compounding returns, shielding
Much like many EV startups, Nio (NYSE:NIO) has sparked heated debate. The company has been burning billions of dollars every year, with revenue declining the past two quarters as losses mount. Meanwhile, the stock has plunged nearly 88% from early-2021 highs. Many wonder if Nio will stage a massive turnaround as revenue and earnings are
Some of Google and YouTube parent company Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) critics might claim that Alphabet is still playing catch-up in the generative artificial intelligence (AI) arms race. Yet, GOOG stock investors shouldn’t worry too much. Alphabet is relentlessly pushing the gen-AI envelope with new and upgraded products on a global scale. Like it or not, generative AI is
As an investor, you’re constantly looking for the next big opportunity, especially in the dynamic world of electric vehicles (EVs). EV stocks with upcoming product launches are particularly exciting, presenting unique possibilities for growth. As of 2022, the market had already achieved a notable value of $384.65 billion, according to Fortune Business Insights. Looking ahead,
The article embarks on a transformative journey through the biotech frontier, where the listed companies stand as titans reshaping healthcare norms. The first one’s strategic collaboration with a multinational healthcare giant propels financial strength, unlocking accelerated milestones in key programs. The second one takes center stage with “Barzolvolimab,” a revolutionary monoclonal antibody targeting mast cell
I know very few people who don’t look forward to retirement. Retirement means your life’s labor is done and you’ve achieved your financial goals. Whether looking at retirement in your 30s, 40s or 60s, A-rated retirement stocks can help you achieve your goals. Retirement stocks represent stable, reliable and well-suited companies for long-term investors. They
In an era where adaptability and innovation are pivotal for success, envisioning the trajectory of companies navigating market volatility is both intriguing and essential. The article explores the strategies of three companies. It sheds light on their remarkable growth prospects, surpassing current trends and aiming for a monumental 1000% rally by the decade’s end. This
Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) stock has been surging in recent weeks on renewed cryptocurrency enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies and solid Q2 earnings results. As a leading cryptocurrency exchange operator, ownership of this stock serves as an indirect way to gain exposure to this asset class. Yet while these two factors help to justify COIN’s latest rally, that doesn’t
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are amid another rally after entering “correction territory” in October. This week’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) report, which indicated headline U.S. inflation essentially stalled in October while the “core” consumer price index increased only 0.2% from September, is exciting traders and equities investors alike. However, there are still some undervalued
Although the equities sector has enjoyed a strong run recently, it might not be bad idea to consider wide-moat stocks. Sure, they’re not the sexiest investment category to target. However, the concept of a continued rise in the capital market might be stretching credulity. For one thing, we must consider the technical dynamic. Indeed, the