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UP Fintech (TIGR, daily/weekly) is showing renewed signs of accumulation.
UP Fintech (TIGR, daily/weekly) is showing renewed signs of accumulation.
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In this article, we discuss the 13 stocks to buy amid rising inflation. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to the 5 Stocks to Buy Amid Rising Inflation. The increase in prices of items because of supply chain problems and rising demand have led to fears of inflation […]
Piper Sandler analyst Alexander Potter published a detailed forecast for electric-vehicle sales for the coming generation. Some investors aren't going to like it.
Shares of software firm Alfi Inc finished up 108.8% on Tuesday, one of the latest companies that has seen its stock surge in a broader rally that has refocused attention on so-called meme stocks in recent weeks. Shares in Alfi closed at $16.29 after touching a high of $16.45, with 211 million shares changing hands, making it the third most actively traded stock on U.S. exchanges on the day. Its market cap has ballooned to $201 million, from a $15.5 million valuation for its early May stock market debut.
The IPO activity this year continues a heavy momentum built up last year – when despite the corona crisis and the economic dislocations, the market saw record breaking IPO activity, with 407 new public offerings. It’s an example of the stock market’s dynamism, and the confidence of both company managers and investors that stocks are the place to find returns. This brings us to Goldman Sachs. The banking firm’s stock analysts have been looking for the equities primed to gain in current conditions
(Bloomberg) -- China’s capacity to maintain stability in its financial markets is being tested by the Federal Reserve’s sudden hawkish shift.Beijing has repeatedly voiced concern that liquidity-fueled bubbles overseas would burst when monetary conditions finally started to tighten. Bullish speculation domestically already prompted intervention by Chinese authorities, particularly in commodities. As such, a move by the Fed that starts to head off such a risk would be welcomed by the Communist Par
We’ve heard a lot in the news about the re-emergence of inflationary worries, but investors appear to have made a collective decision not to take fright. They sending the markets higher, apparently in the unconscious belief that equity gains can outpace inflation. The NASDAQ and S&P both started this week on an up note, and both indexes have shown solid year-to-date gains – ~11% on the NASDAQ, and 13% on the S&P. This is clearly outpacing the roughly 6% annualized inflationary trend. Chiming in
The addition of several electric-vehicle and autonomous-driving stocks to the Russell 3000 this month illustrates the continued transformation of the auto sector and the growing importance of EV technology.
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What’s an investor to do as crypto enters a new stage in 2021? Highlighted by declines in everything from dogecoin (DOGEUSD) to Ether (ETHUSD) crypto values are collapsing, if not crashing, wiping out more than $1 trillion in value since a peak for the digital-asset complex in May. Indeed, the world’s No. 1 crypto, bitcoin (BTCUSD) was on the verge of erasing its year-to-date gains on Tuesday, after briefly slipping below a psychologically important level at $30,000.
(Bloomberg) -- For 110 years, four generations of Mills family members earned their money by expanding their great-grandfather’s Chicago apron business into a medical supplier that ranked among the nation’s largest private companies.But soon after Democrats turned their attention toward raising taxes for the wealthy this year, the family signed a deal to cash out billions.It was no coincidence, according to people close to the more-than $30 billion transaction, which sold part of Medline Industr
Last year, when Nvidia (NVDA) announced it intended to acquire UK chip designer ARM for $40 billion, it set up the prospect of the chip giant becoming, well, even bigger. The addition of ARM’s semiconductor IP portfolio should add another arrow to the quiver, especially when considering ARM’s large exposure to the mobile device market. Since the deal still needs to be approved by the U.S., UK., European and Chinese regulators, it is uncertain whether the acquisition will eventually go through. I
Alibaba (BABA) stock has been on a rough ride in recent months. Since hitting a peak of nearly $320 per share late last year, shares have seen a drop of nearly 50% from these highs. For such an incredible growth stock, this drop is one that has many investors scratching their heads. Of course, there are reasons that Alibaba and its growth peers have struggled of late. Late last year, it was announced that the much-anticipated IPO of its Ant Financial subsidiary was delayed. Ant Financial was als
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Morgan Stanley said 2021 was beginning to resemble 2004, a year which may offer clues for investors as to what will happen in the months ahead.
The tide has turned in recent weeks, raising odds the memory chipmaker will trade at much lower price levels.
(Bloomberg) -- New York-traded electric-vehicle maker Xpeng Inc. has received the green light from the Hong Kong stock exchange to list in the city, according to people with knowledge of the matter, the latest homecoming share sale by a Chinese company.Xpeng could raise as much as $2 billion in Hong Kong as soon as this year, the people said, asking not to be identified as the information isn’t public. Details could still change as deliberations are ongoing, the people added. A spokeswoman for t
In this article we take a look at some of the best stocks in Jacob Rothschild’s RIT Capital’s Q1 portfolio. You can skip our detailed analysis of Rothschild’s history, his hedge fund performance and go directly to see the 5 Best Stocks to Buy According to Jacob Rothschild’s RIT Capital. Jacob Rothschild is a British […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The country's largest lenders are poised to start issuing as much as $130 billion in dividends and stock buybacks from next month after the U.S. Federal Reserve gives them what is expected to be a clean bill of health on Thursday, said analysts. The Fed on Thursday will release the results of its "stress tests," an annual health check introduced in the wake of the 2009 financial crisis to see how banks would fare in an extreme hypothetical economic downturn. Due to pandemic lockdowns, lenders last year weathered a real-life economic crash that was by many measures more extreme than the Fed's imaginary scenario.
The electric vehicle (EV) segment is an increasingly crowded space. Comprising a mix of both small startups sensing a disruptive opportunity and legacy auto makers afraid of getting left behind, the competition is only set to intensify as the decade progresses. Tesla, Nio, Ford and GM are all big names drawing most attention, but all these new energy vehicles need a supporting infrastructure. For EVs, the list includes battery systems, chips, data analysis tools, and charging stations, which is