In this video, I will be talking about the red flag that is waving above Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) right now. Twitter is set to depose Elon Musk on Monday, Sept. 26, and it could last three days. Some Tesla bulls hope that a settlement might be reached instead of going to trial on Oct.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been downright awful for the mortgage real estate investment trust (mREIT) sector. In the early days of the pandemic, liquidity in the mortgage market dried up and the companies were beset with margin calls. Then pay attention to the mortgage REIT sector.
In the early days of the pandemic, if there was one coronavirus vaccine stock investors were betting on, it was Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX). The biotech stock soared more than 2,700% in 2020 as it developed its vaccine candidate. In the same timeframe, Pfizer shares hardly budged.
Shares of theater owner AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC) plunged 6% early Monday on news related to its recently created AMC Preferred Equity (NYSE: APE) units. Investors holding out hope for a recovery in AMC's business were originally excited when the company issued the new equity units to existing shareholders as a special dividend. AMC Preferred Equity units (APEs) began trading on the New York Stock Exchange just over a month ago, on Aug. 22.
RRC, NLY and SRT made it to the Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) value stocks list on September 26, 2022.
Zacks.com users have recently been watching Energy Transfer LP (ET) quite a bit. Thus, it is worth knowing the facts that could determine the stock's prospects.
(Bloomberg) -- John Paulson became a billionaire after his hedge fund effectively shorted more than $25 billion of mortgage securities at the dawn of the global financial crisis. As he sizes up yet another frothy housing market some 15 years later, the founder of Paulson & Co. says another downturn in US home prices may be in the cards -- but the banking system is in a much better condition to handle it. Paulson sat down with Bloomberg for a wide-ranging interview at the Union League of Philadel
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In this article, we discuss the 10 best oil stocks to buy according to hedge funds. If you want to read about some more oil stocks, go directly to 5 Best Oil Stocks To Buy According To Hedge Funds. The oil sector has rebounded from the lows of the pandemic this year and prices have […]
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With time, Shopify (NYSE: SHOP) has the potential to be one of them. Diving into the numbers shows how much momentum the company has lost and what it can do to turn things around. The company bet -- by hiring staff and building out infrastructure -- that the pandemic permanently accelerated e-commerce by five to 10 years.
Long story short: the sooner you act, the easier it'll be.
The 86-year-old investing legend has spoken. Pay attention.
In 2021, sales of new light-duty fully electric vehicles (EVs) nearly doubled in the United States from the prior year, while overall light-duty vehicle sales increased by only 3%, according to government figures. Two stocks that have strong long-term growth potential are those of lithium producer Albemarle (NYSE: ALB) and EV maker Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ: RIVN). The U.S.-based company is one of the world's top producers of lithium, a component of the lithium-ion batteries that power EVs.
‘They were purchased with my money, and I’m the sole owner on paper – but my fiancé was involved in the entire process.’
There's nothing like a bear market to remind S&P 500 investors how low stocks can go. And it's a surprisingly low number per share.
Marijuana stocks got hammered along with the rest of the growth stocks last week, with Canopy Growth (NASDAQ: CGC), for example, losing 10% for the week -- nearly twice as much as the rest of the Nasdaq -- Tilray Brands (NASDAQ: TLRY) dropping 15%, and Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQ: ACB) getting smoked for a 16% loss. Through 10:20 a.m. ET, all three stocks are back in the green today, with Canopy gaining 4.9%, Aurora up 5.8%, and Tilray leading the pack higher with a 6.7% gain. According to Marijuana Moment, a move by Wisconsin governor Tony Evers to permit citizen voting on referenda could make it easier to pass marijuana legalization in that state.
I'm having second thoughts on rising interest rates and the resurgent bear market
How many times have you read or heard that the S&P 500 returns 10% per year? The actual average return -- after adjusting for inflation, reinvesting dividends, and assuming you pay no taxes-- is almost half that. How is the oft-quoted figure promising 10% average annual returns so far off?
Don't look now, but Blue Origin just had another "anomaly" -- and the future for investing in space tourism just got a little bit less certain. On Monday, Sept. 12, an unmanned New Shepard rocket operated by Blue Origin -- the space tourism venture established by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos -- suffered a booster failure about a minute after launch. The good news is that the rocket's escape capsule operated as designed, boosting away from the rocket core and then parachuting back down to Earth.