This trio might be ice cold. But Wall Street says they now have up to 86% upside.
If a major recession is coming, the financial guru recommends some fast, concrete moves to protect your money.
These passive income powerhouses, with yields ranging between 5.5% and 12%, can combat historically high inflation and make patient investors richer over time.
Another week of big losses as Wall Street adjusts to a "hard" reality. Tesla broke decisively, but it wasn't alone.
Without investors starting to see a way through challenges and policy markets starting to help, any bear-market rallies aren’t likely to last. This would further damage confidence.
The protester revealed the message “Stop raping us” in the blue and yellow colours of the Ukraine flag.
Tech stocks have been one of the worst-performing sectors of the market, losing over 20% of their value so far this year. After a 30-year bull run that saw the Nasdaq 100 index gain nearly 4,000%, the tech-heavy benchmark has turned south and is officially in bear market territory. While that's made investors leery of dipping their toes into the sector, particularly when energy stocks have gained over 50% in 2022, now just might be a great time to invest in tech stocks.
Nobody knows when a stock (or the stock market) has hit bottom. People can speculate -- and every analyst hoping for a little bit of television fame most certainly will -- but no person, no matter how many past predictions they claim to have gotten right knows when a stock or the market has fallen as low as it will go. Down markets, bear markets, market crashes -- whatever you want to call them follow no rules.
Market rotation out from this defensive sector could signal the start of stock market capitulation based on the analogue comparison of the global financial crisis in 2008.
The markets may be in free fall, but a few biotechnology companies had an exceptionally good day. Siga’s stock is up more than 40%; Emergent Biosolutions’s gained nearly 12%, and Tonix Pharmaceuticals, 15%. A few cases of monkeypox have been registered in Europe and North America, far from West and Central Africa where outbreaks typically emerge.
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is the undisputed EV leader and trailblazer for the entire sector. The stock rose ahead of the company's execution, however, keeping many people from owning it from a valuation perspective. There was always the chance of failure, and even CEO Elon Musk said that his company was within about a month of bankruptcy when it was ramping up its Model 3 mass production in 2017.
Genco Shipping & Trading has been a port in the storm. A new dividend policy could more than keep the stock afloat.
These innovative and time-tested companies are trading at a discount and begging to be bought by long-term investors.
Fears of a recession are mounting, but this economist is unwilling to get drawn into the drama just yet
Does the May share price for Pfizer Inc. ( NYSE:PFE ) reflect what it's really worth? Today, we will estimate the...
In 2022, plenty of investors headed for the exits and it's not hard to see why. Inflation surged to 40-year highs, the Fed is raising interest rates in response, Russia and Ukraine are at war, COVID-19 is still causing supply chain disruptions, and oil prices are elevated. The S&P 500 is flirting with bear-market level drops and the Cboe Volatility Index -- Wall Street's fear gauge better known as the VIX -- is up 82% since the start of the year and illustrating investors' distress.
Ally and SoFi have similar business models, but one is a Warren Buffett stock and the other isn't.
On Friday morning, agricultural equipment giant Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) announced that it just grew its profits about twice as fast as it grew its sales. Reporting its financial results for its fiscal second quarter 2022 Friday, Deere said its net sales and revenue came in at $13.4 billion, up 11% year-over-year. In just the first two hours of trading Friday, Deere stock fell 11.5%.
(Bloomberg) -- Amazon.com Inc., stuck with too much warehouse capacity now that the surge in pandemic-era shopping has faded, is looking to sublet at least 10 million square feet of space and could vacate even more by ending leases with landlords, according to people familiar with the situation. Most Read from BloombergWalmart’s Troubles Should Have Everyone on High AlertA $5 Trillion ‘Wealth Shock’ Is Cracking Americans’ Nest EggsHow an Energy Expert Triggered Vladimir Putin With One WordPutin’
Despite a steep 89% decline from all-time highs, this stock is back on the rise and up 77% from its 52-week low.