Stocks to sell

iBuying business Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) revealed a collaboration with home buying and selling platform Zillow (NASDAQ:Z, NASDAQ:ZG) in early August. This didn’t help put struggling OPEN stock at all, as the remainder of August only brought more pain for Opendoor’s shareholders. Moreover, clues from the U.S. Federal Reserve about the housing market’s future indicate further potential downside.
Investors in Arizona-based Carvana (NYSE:CVNA) haven’t had a great 2022 so far. The worst probably isn’t over for CVNA stock yet, though. That’s because Carvana swung from a profitable to an unprofitable profile not long ago, which is worrisome. Besides, central bank policy in the U.S. hasn’t been friendly to businesses that make auto loans —
The cruise line sector has taken quite the beating at the hands of the Covid-19 pandemic. Cruise ships were docked for the better part of the past couple of years, with travel and other social-distancing measures in place. Moreover, after December, omicron compelled the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to raise its warning
Global movie theater chain AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) made a splash in the financial headlines when it issued AMC’s Preferred Equity (NYSE:APE) shares. CEO Adam Aron seems to enjoy attracting attention and rallying the troops (or apes) with stunts like this. However, it’s all a distraction from the company’s fiscal problems, so it’s wise to just avoid AMC
Considering the slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy, it’s probably the right time to think about some Chinese stocks to sell. China barely escaped contraction during the second quarter as consumer and manufacturing activity slowed down in the face of repeated lockdowns. Retail and industrial sales came in weaker-than-expected, while youth unemployment rates hit almost
Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) stock has come back into the spotlight over the past month. Due to several developments throughout August, shares in the electric vehicle (EV) maker briefly experienced renewed enthusiasm. However, I wouldn’t view any of these developments as a signal to buy. Recent progress notwithstanding, the big concerns/red flags with this stock continue
Following Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s latest remarks on monetary policy, investors are more concerned with which stocks to sell. The central bank remains committed to continuing hiking interest rates, in its quest to curb inflation. In turn, the market may have a ways to go before truly bottoming out. This points to more volatility
With consumer prices hitting multi-decade highs, investors should consider avoiding the worst stocks to buy during inflation. True, the inflation rate dipped a bit in July to 8.5%. In the month prior, the metric hit 9.1%. Nevertheless, it’s important to realize that overall, consumers have endured sustained spikes in prices. Over time, that can hurt
The summer months provided a brief respite from the ugliness of 2022’s bear market, but there is reason to believe things could get worse from here. U.S. consumer confidence increased slightly following the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and amid falling gasoline prices. Last week, the index moved above the 50-point mark for the first
In the aftermath of the Covid-19-induced sell-off in the first quarter of 2020, high-growth stocks sprung to life. In particular, EV stocks charged higher. As investors soured on growth stocks, though, the highest fliers became some of the recent bear market’s biggest losers. And while there may be opportunities in some of the more established
Previously obscure Helbiz (NASDAQ:HLBZ) stock suddenly received a lot of attention among traders recently, likely due to a resurgence of the meme-stock movement. Cautious traders should observe that Helbiz isn’t a profitable company, though, and would be wise to stay out of the trade altogether. Helbiz’s main business is micro-mobility services, which might sound intriguing. However,