Stocks to sell

With the Nasdaq nearly in a bull market (believe it or not), many companies reporting solid earnings, and the stock market coming off a scorching hot January, I’m very optimistic about stocks. But just as “there’s always a bull market somewhere,” as CNBC’s Jim Cramer loves to say, there are always overvalued stocks to sell. Now is no exception.
Despite its small size, Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) has arguably become as widely followed as the larger, more high-profile EV stocks. However, this popularity notwithstanding, MULN stock differs greatly from these other names, and not just in terms of market capitalization. Although I lean bearish on the most popular EV stocks, like Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID), Rivian
Semiconductor stocks were among the most battered names in 2022. A supply glut coupled with slowing sales of personal computers, smartphones and other devices conspired to drag the stocks of nearly all semiconductor and microchip companies lower. Even leading semiconductor companies such as Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) were not spared from the carnage. The PHLX Semiconductor Sector
We’re out of January and finally settling into the 2023 year. After ending 2022 in the red, all the major indices are showing gains through the first month of the year. But not is all on Wall Street – there are still plenty of laggards out there that include F-rated stocks to sell. My Portfolio
The stock market rally this year is pushing stock prices higher again, which creates a greater urgency to consider which tech stocks to sell. Market sentiment drives short-term rallies, setting up investors for potential disappointments. The increasingly worsening economic conditions ahead might lead to companies forecasting weaker results in the quarters ahead. Investors need to
A recent MarketWatch article discussed a simple portfolio from Leuthold & Co. Chief Investment Officer Doug Ramsey that delivered for investors over the past 50 years. The All Asset No Authority (AANA) portfolio provided investors with returns that were on par with the S&P 500, but with significantly less risk, by investing equal amounts in
As the adage goes, “where there’s risk, there’s reward.” Unfortunately, this is not universal when it comes to penny stocks. While there are plenty of stocks in “penny territory” (under $5 per share) that are strong opportunities, there are also scores of low-priced names best characterized as penny stocks to sell. When it comes to
Luxembourg-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Arrival (NASDAQ:ARVL) unquestionably wants to sell cars in the U.S. The company has big dreams and some major investors, but does this make ARVL stock a good buy? Not necessarily, as a deep dive into Arrival’s financials should dissuade cautious investors from taking a share position. Don’t get me wrong. It’s
Just because you believe that a market sector will grow in the coming years, doesn’t mean every company deserves your investment capital. A prime example is electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Arcimoto (NASDAQ:FUV). The FUV stock price has already declined substantially, and more downside is likely. After discovering the company’s delivery data and desperate self-preservation tactics,
The tech market saw a poor 2022. While it continues to represent one of the most popular investment sectors on the market, the industry shaved $4.6 trillion in market capitalization throughout the year. There were thousands of tech employees who suffered from the rampant layoffs throughout the year. And it seems this rout is only