According to the charts, VEEV appears weak and prone to further declines ahead of earnings.
Shares of Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) were trading down on Wednesday, after the company previewed a series of one-time items it expects to report with its fourth-quarter earnings. As of 1 p.m. ET, Ford's shares were down about 7.2% from Tuesday's closing price. At first glance, Ford's preview, released after the U.S. markets closed on Tuesday, was good news.
After posting explosive gains yesterday, shares of Digital World Acquisition (NASDAQ: DWAC) and Phunware (NASDAQ: PHUN) are giving up ground in Wednesday's trading. With excitement building around Trump Media & Technology Group's upcoming Truth Social media platform and a recent rally held by the former president potentially pointing to another presidential campaign in 2024, Digital World Acquisition and Phunware surged on Tuesday. Digital World Acquisition is a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that's on track to take Trump Media & Technology Group public through a merger, and Phunware is being eyed by investors as a potential software service provider for Truth Social or another White House bid.
Novavax has resolved manufacturing issues and gained authorization in more than 30 countries. Novavax may be on its way to generating billions of dollars in revenue. With all of this good news, could Novavax stock go parabolic?
What happened Silver and gold stocks soared higher in Wednesday afternoon trading. Here is where shares of three mining companies stood as of of 12:20 p.m. ET: Hecla Mining (NYSE: HL) is up 12%. First Majestic Silver (NYSE: AG) is passing 12.
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There wasn't any company-specific news released today, but investors may be following a larger trend of selling technology stocks as bond yields rise. Nikola's stock is down by 6% as of 10:50 a.m. ET. Investors typically sell high-growth tech stocks when bond yields rise because it means that future profits from these companies will be worth less than they would have been if rates remained lower.
After initially trading up on generalized enthusiasm or tech stocks (in the wake of yesterday's Microsoft-Activision Blizzard merger announcement), shares of semiconductor giant Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) took a turn for the worse Wednesday, and are now down 2.6% as of 11:30 a.m. ET. At its current valuation of 93 times trailing earnings, Nvidia is one very pricy stock. The average valuation of stocks on the S&P 500, for example, is just 26 times earnings, meaning Nvidia shares cost more than three times the average.
The yield-sensitive Nasdaq Composite Index is in jeopardy of its first close in correction territory since March and a rapid surge in yields, and expectations for further interest-rate increases, have been blamed for the weakness in the once-highflying benchmark.
Tilray Brands (NASDAQ: TLRY) reported its latest quarterly results last week. Using three charts, I'll look at just what drove those improved numbers and whether Tilray had a good quarter or not, and determine if it looks to be a better buy right now. In the company's second-quarter results, for the period ending Nov. 30, 2021, Tilray reported net revenue of $155.2 million.
Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Brian Sozzi discuss Sofi and United Health care stocks.
Let’s talk about quality stocks. Of course, this is the direction that every investor wants to go; but the question is, how to recognize them? Do we go all-in on the big-value, big-name giants? Or do we dig a little deeper, and find the high-end nuggets that are hiding in the sandheap? Weighing in from investment bank Morgan Stanley, chief investment officer Lisa Shalett recommends the latter. She recommends investors to look for beaten-down stocks, equities that have lost value recently – but t
For the fourth trading day in a row, Rivian (NASDAQ: RIVN) stock is falling. Down 3.5% as of 1:35 p.m. ET, Rivian stock actually costs less today than it did at its initial public offering (IPO) two months ago. First and foremost, Rivian is an unprofitable electric truck start-up.
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With the expected explosion of data coming over the next several years, these two stocks could benefit immensely.
Jefferies Managing Director Michael Yee joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the outlook for Moderna, the impact to vaccine maker stocks as COVID-19 variants surface, and CDC data.
While the industry is full of promising growth stocks, some of which are already achieving recurring profitability, the following four pot stocks, all of which have a Canadian focus, should be avoided like the plague in 2022. The award for the most times a pot stock has appeared on a "stocks to avoid list" unquestionably goes to Canadian licensed producer Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQ: ACB). Once upon a time, Aurora was the premier name among Canadian weed stocks.
Full-page newspaper ad warned people not to be ‘crash test dummies’ in Tesla vehicles equipped with Full Self-Driving software
Shares of fuel cell pioneer Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) dropped Wednesday morning after the company conducted a business update webcast and made an accompanying Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing that featured new projections for fiscal 2022 revenue -- and 2025 revenue as well. As of 10 a.m. ET, Plug stock is down 2.2% (but trending higher). In its update, Plug Power predicted that by the end of this year, it will be producing 70 tons per day of "green hydrogen" (that's liquid hydrogen produced from power generated by renewable energy sources).
The cut doesn't mean the business is in trouble, and AT&T's payout will still provide a solid passive income. AT&T has a pending deal to spin off WarnerMedia, AT&T's streaming and entertainment assets, and merge them with Discovery to form a stand-alone, new streaming company. AT&T shareholders will receive 71% of the shares of this new business, and shareholders of Discovery (also the proposed name of the new company) will receive the other 29%.