Stocks to sell

In today’s volatile market, identifying stocks to sell is critical to preserving capital invested. As economic uncertainties loom, learning which investments might falter can safeguard portfolios. Here, the focus is on three stocks that hold vulnerabilities, signaling potential downturns. Each company faces unique adversities.  To begin with, the first one contends with fluctuating international currencies
AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) stock rose only 20% during June’s meme-stock rally, suggesting limited future benefits from this trend. The company issued a negative outlook for Q2, expecting weaker performance because of fewer film releases from strikes and ongoing structural issues in the movie theater industry. In Q1, U.S. data showed only 30.5 million attendance viewers,
Almost every company has some debt. Many large and very profitable companies obtained significant amounts of debt when interest rates were negligible from 2009 until 2021. By doing so, they were able to make effective acquisitions that boosted their bottom lines and increased their cash holdings in order to finance share buybacks, dividend increases, and make themselves more financially
Stocks near 52-week lows may feel like incredible bargains, but the savvy should recognize the risks. Dumping these stocks is a strategic move, especially when they continue to trend downward, offering little to no upside potential ahead. When a stock continues reaching fresh lows, it’s typically a sign of deep-seated issues. Some of these issues
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) has yet to re-hit its high-water mark set earlier this year, but as bullishness for AMD stock continues to build again, reaching its all-time high may well be within reach in the immediate term. Right now, several weeks ahead of the AI chip contender’s upcoming quarterly earnings release, shares are surging.
Faraday Future (NASDAQ:FFIE) reminds me of four other, largely unsuccessful electric-vehicle makers: Workhorse (NASDAQ:WKHS), Mullen (NASDAQ:MULN), Canoo (NASDAQ:GOEV), and Nu Ride (OTCMKTS:NRDE), formerly known as Lordstown Motors. Like those other firms, Faraday talks a great deal about unimpressive future plans and partnerships that are either unremarkable or unspecific or both. And similar to its troubled
Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) is known for generously sized burritos — or at least, the company used to be known for big burritos. In the world of consumer goods, perception is reality, and the public’s perception of Chipotle isn’t ideal. Investors shouldn’t be too hungry for Chipotle stock in July. In the wake of Chipotle’s much-talked-about 50-for-1
Knowing the dynamics of AI stocks is increasingly crucial as the technology continues to integrate across industries. As the market enters July, evaluating AI-focused companies’ performance and potential pitfalls becomes paramount. Here are three companies grappling with distinct challenges amidst their AI-driven strategies. The weakening fundamentals may lead to a massive downfall in their market
Following the June 27 presidential debate, the leader of Russia, Vladimir Putin, openly stated how seriously he takes former President Donald Trump’s commitment to ending the war in Ukraine. With Trump vocal about the importance of ending America’s wars, it’s likely the defense industry will take a hit following the closure of Europe’s biggest war
Snowflake (NASDAQ:SNOW) has been in the cloud industry “penalty box” since former CEO Frank Slootman retired suddenly at the end of February. Snowflake is a cloud data warehouse that competes with Cloud Giants like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), as well as privately held competitors including Databricks, Motherduck and Clickhouse. Its fall has been precipitous.