The stock market has rallied meaningfully in recent weeks. And while the macroeconomic outlook remains challenging, investors have started 2023 with a more optimistic posture. As such, there aren’t quite as many dirt-cheap stocks today as there were last fall. However, there are still bargains out there for investors that are willing to do some sleuthing.
With major economic weakness possibly lurking around the corner, investors should consider targeting stocks to sell. Specifically, market participants should note securities that feature rising short borrow fees. As the name suggests, brokerage firms charge fees to clients who borrow shares for shorting purposes. Further, the more difficult the underlying security is to borrow, the
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Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A, NYSE:BRK-B) and right-hand man to Warren Buffett at the company, made declarations that might alarm some of Walt Disney’s (NYSE:DIS) investors. Yet, there’s no need to panic-sell DIS stock now. It could run higher during the next few years and reward loyal investors with share-price appreciation and dividend
With the latest on inflation and interest rates suggesting more challenges ahead for the economy and the markets, there’s renewed appeal for defensive plays. However, those are not the only stocks for cautious investors to consider. That is to say, when it comes to “playing it safe” during times of market volatility, there’s no need
Is Google and YouTube parent company Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) losing its mojo as a tech titan? That’s a valid question as Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) takes an early and powerful lead in deploying generative/conversational artificial intelligence. Furthermore, GOOG stock might seem like a good value at first glance, but it only deserves a “D” rating as Alphabet continues
Just when investors thought that rising prices slipped into the rearview mirror, market participants now find themselves scrambling for smart stocks to buy when interest rates rise. Of course, the spiked demand centers on a key consumer report which indicated that inflation remains stubbornly high. As well, the pace of rising prices pinged higher than
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For weeks, financial traders placed their bets in anticipation of electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Lucid Group’s (NASDAQ:LCID) fourth-quarter 2022 earnings report. The initial response to the quarterly release was a steep drop in LCID stock. The selloff appears to be justified by the data, which indicates soft sales and a less-than-ideal capital position for Lucid