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The Electric Last Mile (OTCMKTS:ELMSQ) bankruptcy auction on Oct. 7 is the next big event for Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN). The question is whether this event will create more positives or more negatives for MULN stock. Mullen, a fledgling electric vehicle (or EV) maker, has placed a “stalking horse” bid for Electric Last Mile’s assets, which
Cassava Sciences (NASDAQ:SAVA) stock took off once again during September. Rumors about the Securities and Exchange Commission (or SEC) clearing its investigation of the scandal-tarnished biotech firm resulted in a big spike for SAVA stock on Sept. 22. While partially pulling back immediately after, as Cassava’s management dispelled the rumors, news indirectly related to the
It seems odd to be analyzing the best shipping stocks on a day when the second read of second quarter GDP should convince nearly any lingering skeptic that the U.S. economy is in a recession. Furthermore, that recession is likely to last well into 2023 and come with a much harder landing than the Federal
[Editor’s note: “This Little-Known EV Battery Technology Will Drive the EV Revolution” was previously published in August 2022. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available.] Source: Illus_man/Shutterstock You may think you know of every battery innovation, especially as students of innovation. But a secret EV battery technology you’ve likely never heard
China’s retail sales and industrial output data for August were definitely encouraging. Retail sales grew 5.4% year-over-year (YOY) in August, while industrial production was up 4.2%. However, Chinese companies continue to be under pressure due to the disruption caused by the country’s “Zero Covid” policy, tensions between the U.S. and China, and a stricter regulatory
Last year, the phenomenon of retail investors bidding up short-squeeze stocks or securities that featured intense bearish sentiment caught like wildfire. This year, circumstances changed dramatically. With the Federal Reserve set to raise the benchmark interest rate until inflation normalizes, the framework for highly risky ventures diminished. Still, short-squeeze stocks represent powerful forces in the
After some challenging months in 2022, investors of California-headquartered workforce-management software company Asana (NYSE:ASAN) finally got some good news. For one thing, the company posted results indicating sizable big-client spending boosts. On top of that, a Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) co-founder (known as Facebook when he co-founded it) just took a large position in Asana. All in
Short-squeeze stocks are back on many investors’ radars as meme stock mania appears to be in full swing once again. The experts who thought the trend was over are in for a rude surprise. The prominent recent moves of stocks like Bed, Bath and Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) illustrate meme stocks are still a force. A short
Video-game retailer GameStop (NYSE:GME) seeks to enter into the worlds of cryptocurrency trading and the metaverse, it seems. Is this a sufficient reason to buy GME stock, though? Probably not, as GameStop’s financial results are subpar. Meme-stock traders might not heed this warning, but long-term investors should check GameStop’s fundamentals before taking a position. Reddit users
Fifth generation (5G) wireless is exploding in terms of its adoption and growth around the world. According to market research firm Precedence Research, the global 5G market is forecast to reach $1.87 trillion by 2030 for a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 44.63% between this year and the start of the next decade. Because of
The shift to safer bets amid high inflation and other macro challenges significantly pulled down several growth stocks this year. Most of these growth stocks were trading at sky-high valuations after gaining immensely from pandemic-induced tailwinds. Just when several analysts felt that growth stocks had bottomed out and were poised to rebound, Federal Reserve Chair
Electric vehicle manufacturers got a shot in the arm last week when California announced it would end the sale of 100% gasoline-powered cars and trucks by 2035. While the legislation will allow the sale of plug-in electric hybrids (PHEVs), the news can only help already hot EV stocks.  The California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved the