Stocks to sell

Shorting stocks is not for the faint of heart or conservative investors. When you short stocks, of course, the companies that you’re betting against are working against you, since they want their share prices to increase. As a result, in their communications with the outside world, they will emphasize the positive aspects of their firms’
In the dynamic world of stock trading, there’s no denying the importance of knowing which stocks billionaires are selling. Following these financial titans in their investment decisions can be invaluable in navigating the stock market’s volatility. Their access to top-tier research and wealth of experience often shape market trends, unlocking doors to potential investment avenues
The U.S. equity valuations continue their remarkable trend upward, well beyond anyone’s expectations in 2023. The major indices appreciated amid expectations of a soft landing for the economy as the Federal Reserve battles inflation. While inflation still sits above the Federal Reserve’s target, it is well below where it was 12 months ago. However, despite
Some of the top companies on the market just posted poor second-quarter financial results. While company executives always do their best to put a positive spin on their quarterly numbers. there’s no covering up a truly awful print. That includes these seven stocks to avoid after Q2 earnings. Stocks to Avoid After Q2 Earnings: Roblox (RBLX) Source: Michael
It’s been a difficult year for many investors to digest. Despite higher interest rates, the economy looks strong, with employment figures continuing to remain robust. In fact, unemployment levels are near historic lows, suggesting the bear market that took place last year perhaps shouldn’t have happened. That said, there are clear reasons for investors to
A lot of people on Wall Street are bullish on energy right now, with investment bank Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) recently forecasting that the price of Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, will be at $86 a barrel by year’s end. But not so fast. In mid-July, the International Energy Agency (IEA) lowered its global oil