Stocks to sell

U.S. equities kicked off the holiday-shortened week on a down note on Tuesday, pressured by lingering fears over weakness in emerging market currencies. The focus has been on Argentina, which raised rates to 60% last week in an embattled attempt to shore up its currency. Intervention by the International Monetary Fund looks likely now. But
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It has been another good year for investors. After some early jitters, the markets have stabilized. With the dog days of summer came fresh new highs for all the major U.S. indexes except the Dow Jones — and it’s not far behind. With markets hitting new highs, not surprisingly, there are many stocks at stretched
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U.S. equities moved lower on Thursday — the first decline in five sessions — as optimism around trade talks with Canada are eclipsed by a worsening situation in emerging market currencies. Argentina raised its policy rate by 15% to 60% to try to bolster its falling currency. There are bloodbaths underway in Brazil’s and Turkey’s
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Shares of athletic apparel brand Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) dropped on Wednesday after Dick’s Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) pointed to weakness with the Under Armour brand in its second-quarter earnings report. UAA stock dropped to $20 on the news. Bulls aren’t surprised by this. Under Armour is expanding its distribution channel. Specifically, they are pouring more product
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On the surface, iPass (NASDAQ:IPAS) appears to be a compelling investment. A mobile connectivity and location-technology provider, IPAS stock is levered toward an ultra-high demand industry. Investors prize leading companies like Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) not just for their primary businesses, but also for their useable analytics. On that front, iPass delivers the goods.
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Clothing retailer Guess (NYSE:GES) just reported exceptional second-quarter numbers that affirm that this company’s multi-quarter rebound narrative remains on track. In response to those strong numbers, GES stock jumped higher by more than 10%. While it may be tempting to jump into this red-hot retail stock, I’d caution investors not to overpay for exposure to
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On news of the fiscal second-quarter earnings report, Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) stock is seeing little action in aftermarket trading. This should not be a surprise; While CRM stock continues to grow at a strong pace, Wall Street has baked in much of the good news already — Salesforce’s stock is up roughly 50% year-to-date. So then, let’s
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Too many public companies like to take their individual investors for granted while they’ll kowtow to institutions and Wall Street analysts. And of course, when push comes to shove, sometimes they’ll lower themselves to deal with an activist investor if their lawyers tell them that they must. But when it comes to individual investors, it
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An investment in Snap (NYSE:SNAP) by an unexpected source — a Saudi prince — has attracted the Street’s interest recently. However, despite this catalyst, SNAP stock has weakened as a larger competitor, namely Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), has co-opted most of Snapchat’s features. Nevertheless, some investors still believe in SNAP stock. It rose 10% after the company
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