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After making a double-digit move lower in October, don’t expect things to calm down with Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA) stock this month. On Nov. 17, the Chinese e-commerce giant will report results for the preceding quarter, ending Sept. 30. In addition, investors will be keeping an eye on Alibaba’s results for “Singles Today,” which was Nov.
Coinbase Global (NASDAQ:COIN) is among the best-known platforms where people can buy and sell Bitcoin (BTC-USD) and other cryptocurrencies. However, troubles in the world of crypto have put negative pressure on COIN stock. The end result, though, should be much higher prices for Coinbase shares over the coming years. That’s because more credible exchanges will rise
If you’re on the prowl for bargains among major tech stocks, you may be mulling making Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL) a buy. Over the past year, GOOG stock has tumbled to the tune of around 41.7%, in line with price declines among other major Nasdaq components. With this large drop, shares in the tech giant, which is
After years of astounding growth, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) is currently out of favor among investors. Some traders reacted negatively to Amazon’s third-quarter 2022 earnings report. Others didn’t like to see the e-commerce giant halting some of its hiring activity. Yet, there are reasons to believe that AMZN stock will return to its all-time high and then reach
How far could a $100 wager on Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) stock take you? In the short term, don’t expect huge gains, as traders are still nervous about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s consolidation of power. They’re anxious about the nation’s strict Covid-19 policies as well. Yet, Baidu shares have lost so much value that there seems to
Tumbling yet again after a poorly-received earnings report, value investors are again arguing that Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) is severely undervalued, and a screaming buy at current prices. Sure, on the surface, META stock appears dirt cheap. After falling nearly 72.5% over the past year, shares in the tech giant, parent company of popular social media
Everybody on Wall Street despises microprocessor manufacturing giant Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), right? That’s actually an unfounded assumption, as some big-money investors are holding large quantities of INTC stock. Maybe they know a good value when they see it, or perhaps they’re bullish on Intel as the chipmaker lays the groundwork for significant cost reductions. If you’ve been
A collaboration with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) should rescue any company from its financial problems, right? Not necessarily, as Blue Apron (NYSE:APRN) sealed a deal with the e-commerce behemoth but hasn’t returned much value to its shareholders. Furthermore, despite its short-squeeze potential, some big-money traders seemingly expect APRN stock to continue on its downward trajectory. Headquartered in
Semiconductor makers enjoyed strong demand trends earlier in the pandemic due to the spike in sales of laptops and other gadgets amid work-from-home mandates, higher sales of gaming consoles and the rapid digitization of enterprises. However, demand in certain key markets, like personal computers (PCs), has slowed in recent months. Macro challenges and the growing
If you’re looking for a stock to double within a year, then Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock isn’t the right choice. However, the shares are likely to be twice their current price five years from now. Believe it or not, Microsoft’s cloud business could be the company’s main growth driver, even though that’s the segment that disappointed investors
Source: Shutterstock For the time being, Meta Materials (NASDAQ:MMAT) isn’t getting its due respect on Wall Street. The company has millions of dollars’ worth of purchase orders. Plus, its products have a wide variety of applications, meaning Meta Materials’ revenue should grow over time. As such, MMAT stock has the potential to go into the double
Electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) is in the headlines once again, as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives recently bought shares of TSLA stock. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to follow this politician’s trade. After all, Tesla’s quarterly results weren’t spectacular. Furthermore, the company is facing a government investigation