Stocks to buy

A few weeks ago, everyone on Wall Street was talking about how chipmaker Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) was ready to rally to $400 on AI and data-related tailwinds. Now, one cryptocurrency plagued quarter later, Nvidia stock is trading down at $140 and no one wants to buy it. Except for Citron Research. The widely followed short-seller, who
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The stock market spotlight this week belongs to retail stocks. From Target (NYSE:TGT) to Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) to Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:URBN), retail names dominate the earnings scene this week. A lot of these companies have already reported earnings and the numbers have broadly been solid. Yet, despite strong numbers, investors are dumping most retail stocks after
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U.S. equities are headed for another bloodbath on Tuesday, with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) opening down another 4% following a fresh analyst downgrade from Goldman Sachs on iPhone demand concerns. The “you can’t lose” momentum that powered the FAANG stocks higher for so long is now full in reverse, with stocks like Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)
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In 2019 many investors still don’t understand what a cloud even is, let alone a cloud computing stock. Clouds are networks of hyperscale data centers, built with commodity hardware and open source software, that enable the creation of scaled, global services delivered over the internet. I divide cloud stocks into three types: Cloud Czars, the
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The bull case supporting my position in Gap (NYSE:GPS) is reasonably simple. On a consolidated basis, Gap stock is cheap. Ahead of Gap earnings for Q3, on Tuesday afternoon, GPS stock trades right at 9x FY18 (ending January) consensus EPS estimates. As far as retail stocks go, that multiple is hardly an outlier. Foot Locker
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At the end of August, I wrote an article speculating on whether Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) stock had bottomed. Appropriately titled, “Has Facebook Stock Bottomed,” I concluded that it hadn’t, due to the short-term hit to profitability as a result of its ongoing efforts to make its social media platform safe and secure for all legitimate users. Since then,
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The backdrop is a grim one for Chevron (NYSE:CVX), as well as for its peers/rivals Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) and even foreign oil giant BP (NYSE:BP). The United States’ levels of oil in storage is soaring again, prodding flashbacks of the situation right before crude’s 2014-2015 meltdown. Just like then, the major drillers and explorers have
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For the sake of all of you Ford (NYSE:F) shareholders, I sure hope autonomous cars can reinvigorate Ford stock. You’ve suffered enough financial pain in recent years. In mid-October, I suggested that F stock had bottomed and was likely going to rebound making it a potential buy for patient investors. Personally, I wouldn’t buy Ford stock, but
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Up, down and all-around. It’s been a volatile period for a market under correction and one which may turn out to be an even uglier bear. The good news is — if you’re an investor that desires price volatility working for you rather than against you — Under Armour (NYSE:UAA), Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) and Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) are
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Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) rung in $31 billion in sales in this year’s Singles’ Day. That’s good news for those holding BABA stock. Rival JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) delivered $23 billion at its Singles’ Day event. Also good news. Both results were excellent. Which stock should you buy? If the decision were up to me, I’d buy BABA stock
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