Video-game software specialist Unity Software (NYSE:U) stock contends in a challenging business niche. The company is known for helping developers monetize their games. This might sound like it ought to be highly lucrative, but investors will likely uncover some problems with Unity Software’s financial data when conducting their due diligence. Unity Software is sometimes pegged as
Source: Shutterstock Retailing is fine. Retailers are not. You can see it in malls, in strip malls, in downtowns large and small, even in mixed-use blocks. Empty space. As retail market share goes to online giants like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) or offline giants like Walmart (NYSE:WMT), fewer and fewer traditional chains can compete. Already in 2023,
It’s funny how Wall Street can have a very short attention span sometimes. When it comes to China-based electric vehicle manufacturer Nio (NYSE:NIO), it’s fine to focus on the company’s most recent operational update. Yet, don’t be too hasty when trading NIO stock. The company still doesn’t have positive earnings, and Nio’s “prudent” warning about vehicle
Although the housing market soared through the first two years of the post-pandemic new normal, the challenge now is that the paradigm shifted, necessitating a discussion about real estate stocks to sell. Understandably, the topic of dumping publicly traded companies rarely sparks the warm and fuzzies. However, please note that this narrative centers on self-preservation.
Electric vehicle stocks across the board nosedived last year, and Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) was no exception. During 2022, LCID stock went from around $38.50 to around $6.83 per share. That’s a more than 82% decline in price. Recently, shares in the early-stage luxury EV maker have found support, at around $6 or $7 per share.
There’s nothing wrong with supporting the vehicle electrification movement. However, investors need to be cautious when it comes to QuantumScape (NYSE:QS). The company’s financials aren’t ideal, and QS stock could continue to slide as QuantumScape will need time — maybe months or even years — to fully commercialize its products. QuantumScape’s primary business is developing
With a rough 2022 spilling into 2023, we’re running into a broad list of stocks to avoid. Especially those in the tech space, where high-profile layoffs have picked up amid a severe slowdown in growth. In fact, some of the top tech stocks to avoid are those with absurd valuations, including a forward price-to-earnings ratio
In my last article on Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN), I argued that this electric vehicle stock appeared ready to crash. Not too long after that, RIVN stock entered “capitulation mode,” falling from the mid-$20s to the low-teens per share by year’s end. At first, it may have seemed as if this sell-off would come to an
Hope springs eternal, but the situation might be hopeless for investors of commercial electric vehicle manufacturer Cenntro Electric (NASDAQ:CENN). It’s entirely possible that CENN stock won’t even be listed on the Nasdaq before too long. Financial traders don’t need to invite problems into their lives, so it’s wise to steer clear of Cenntro Electric. Plenty of folks
Camber Energy’s (NYSEMKT:CEI) shareholders had a terrible 2022, marked by occasional pops along a persistent downward trajectory in CEI stock. This year probably won’t be any different, as Camber Energy’s strategy to avoid delisting isn’t a real, long-term solution. Besides, the company’s financials don’t seem to support Camber Energy’s massive spending plans. Therefore, prospective investors ought
Mullen Automotive’s (NASDAQ:MULN) days as a “meme stock” high-flier have long since passed, but MULN stock continues to attract attention from speculators. After declining by 94.5% last year, shares in the electric vehicle startup have seemingly found support at between 25 and 35 cents per share. Yet while some may be wagering that a big
After a rough year for investors in 2022, will it be all uphill for them in 2023? That will not necessarily be the case. As the factors driving the market lower over the past 12 months persist, plenty of stocks, including some names that have experienced huge drops from their highs, remain stocks to sell.
Back on Dec. 17, I argued why there was more disappointment ahead for Nio (NYSE:NIO). This additional disappointment has arrived quite quickly for NIO stock. Just ten days later, on Dec. 27, the China-based electric vehicle maker cut its delivery outlook for the current fiscal quarter (ending December). That’s not all. According to Bloomberg, NIO’s
The video game industry has had a roller coaster year in 2022. After posting record-breaking sales during the pandemic’s peak, the economic reopening caused the gaming market to take a sharp downturn. Sales plunged over the first three quarters due to dwindling demand from an already fragile economy. Consequently, it was one of the worst
If you are an investor looking for stocks to sell before a recession next year, you’ll most likely be hitting the mark. While 2022 has been an alarming year for stocks due to rampant inflation and rate hikes, with most tech and cyclical stocks facing massive selloffs, many stocks are still long overdue for a
After a rough year, there are plenty of tech stocks to sell. Unfortunately, investors now know that inflation is persistent. Nearly all central banks around the world raised interest rates. Some fintech firms already showed signs of strain. And most are simply not prepared for the monetary tightening that could persist. Plus, there’s now a
San Francisco-based ContextLogic (NASDAQ:WISH) is a company that ships out cheap products to consumers top purchase on the Wish.com platform. WISH stock has lost so much value that bargain hunters might be tempted to buy some shares. ContextLogic’s financial situation is so bad, however, that sensible investors should stay out of the trade. It’s fine to
As we enter the new year, it’s time to go through your portfolio and discover which meme stocks to sell. In many ways, I believe that 2022 can be viewed as the year of “the baby and the bathwater” for U.S. stocks. By that, I mean, of course, that both horrible, overvalued stocks and good
With a contentious time in 2022 coming to a close, it may be helpful to look back and consider the most sold-off stocks last year. Similar to learning from prior mistakes, investors may be able to garner lessons from the worst-hit market ideas. Basically, these are companies that currently sit just a few steps away
As we head into New Year 2023, we wanted to take a look at some of the top pharmaceutical blunders of the last several months. While many pharmaceutical stocks can hold immense profit potential, others can wipe out your accounts in the blink of an eye. That’s because – far too often — investors buy