Stocks to sell

There are three tech stocks to sell for February. These companies are in the process of a slow decline via slowing fundamentals and weak business models that are not conducive to the long-term gains that investors hope for. Given the rising S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices, which generally signal robust market conditions, investors might expect
Crude oil futures have risen by nearly 10% since the turn of the year. This has resulted in a broad-based uptick in energy stock prices echoed by Vanguard Energy Index Fund ETF Shares’ (NYSEARCA:VDE) 2% year-to-date gain. This is not spelling great things for energy stocks. Although respectable, the sector’s year-to-date progress can be misinterpreted.
In today’s fast-changing global markets, tech firms face unique challenges, requiring them to rethink risk management strategies. However, as these entities grapple with multiple headwinds and the talk of a potential artificial intelligence (AI) bubble, discerning investors are contemplating which stocks to sell. Nevertheless, the pivotal contribution of tech stocks in the S&P 500’s breaching
Many prominent Wall Street analysts and well-regarded economists are predicting a potential market downturn, or even a crash, this year. Observers say this is particularly likely if the economy falls into a recession, as some people continue to expect. While these dire forecasts seem unlikely in the near term, one never knows. Equity markets can
Tech stocks in the United States sustained a jaw-breaking rally in 2023, with the Nasdaq beating all other indices, accruing a more than 43% return. While stocks largely did not begin 2024 with a great start, the major indices have risen in the past few weeks. Both major indices, S&P 500 and Nasdaq, have almost risen 7% YTD.
Steel prices are trading under pressure in 2024 with VanEck Steel ETF (NYSEARCA:SLX) down about 4% year-to-date. This has promoted commodity investors to draw a list of stocks to avoid in this space.  The latest data shows that China’s crude steel output remained unchanged in 2023 compared to the previous year, marking a stabilization after
Will 2024 be the year that electric vehicle battery technology company QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) breaks through with a fully commercialized product? Is QuantumScape on the cusp of delivering awesome revenue and profits? Anything’s possible, but don’t get your hopes up. According to my QS stock analysis, you definitely shouldn’t start a share position unless you’re a risk-tolerant
Dividend investing has proved to be among the most successful ways to accumulate wealth on Wall Street. Buying dividend stocks that grow their payout produces returns far above what non-dividend-paying stocks generate. Yet you should only buy those companies that can support their dividends. Southern Copper (NYSE:SCCO) just announced it was slashing its payout 20%.
Bullish investors on QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) know how strong the company’s potential is in the solid-state lithium batteries space. Most fans, staying as positive as they can, believe the company is nearing commercialization. In 2024, QS will focus on QSE-5 cells, undergoing customer prototype testing, particularly with automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Initial results from A0
It wasn’t until 2020 that investors started to accept EV stocks. Many SPAC-backed startups in these sectors have since faltered, undergoing significant declines from IPO highs. QuantumScape (NASDAQ:QS) epitomized this trend, soaring to a $50 billion market cap without revenue. Subsequently, QS stock has plummeted by 94%, reflecting waning investor patience. This fact is central to