Stocks to sell

On Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported about potential safety issues at caregiver platform Care.com (NASDAQ:CRCM). Investors instantly took notice. Care.com stock had hit a five-year high at the beginning of the month; yet CRCM stock dropped 13% on Monday and another 5% on Tuesday. Some investors might argue that the sell-off is overdone —
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Most tech stocks have staged impressive comebacks so far in 2019. However, in the next few weeks, we might witness a battle between investors and traders, where there will be considerable profit-taking in several of Wall Street’s tech darlings, including Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) and Snap (NASDAQ:SNAP). Like most tech stocks, NFLX, PYPL and SNAP are
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Investors remain bullish on Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)  stock, despite its high valuation. Visionary leadership has transformed an upstart DVD-mail business into a streaming giant. Moreover, the large amount of money NFLX spent on content has provided it with a competitive moat, even as more companies enter the streaming space. However, Netflix’s ever-increasing spending on content has
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It’s not hard to see the good in the increasingly controversial Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock. Despite recent PR troubles, the company is a veritable technology powerhouse. It also levers quite possibly the world’s greatest line of electric vehicles. These and other attributes caused investors to overlook its weaknesses and buy up Tesla stock. Source: Shutterstock However,
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With increasing competitive pressure forcing airliners to adopt a ruthless, bottom-line mentality, most names should be enjoying the good life. But try telling that to American Airlines Group (NASDAQ:AAL). Unlike key rivals like United Continental (NASDAQ:UAL) or Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), AAL stock has gone backwards over the last five years. Things aren’t looking good
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Dow Jones Industrial Average titan Boeing (NYSE:BA) is rapidly losing altitude, down as much as 18% from its recent high this morning, as investors worry that another crash of its 737 MAX 800 could signal a serious safety deficiency that could ground the plane. Already, Chinese authorities have stopped flights on the jet after an
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Until the recent plane crash, Boeing (NYSE:BA) stock had been on fire. BA rose by about 52% between Dec. 24 and March 1. Despite record production, its backlog continues to grow, and the company continues to benefit from increases in defense spending. However, with the second crash of a Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane in less than
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For a long time, I’ve looked at shares of Chinese luxury EV manufacturer NIO (NYSE:NIO) as a high-risk, high-reward way to play the Chinese EV revolution. But, I’ve always maintained that the risks were larger than the rewards and that buying NIO stock was never worth it. Source: Shutterstock That is especially true today. Last week,
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You might assume that because I’m a Sony (NYSE:SNE) guy, I’ve never had any love for GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO). For the record, I prefer GoPro’s line of action-cameras; they practically invented the category. What I don’t like is GPRO stock. Look at its price chart and you’ll quickly see why. Source: Shutterstock This is why I
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All indications suggested Ross Stores (NASDAQ:ROST) was firing on all cylinders. Now, not so much. Though the company recently reported fourth-quarter earnings per share that were in-line with analysts’ consensus estimate, a tepid 2019 profit outlook sent ROST stock lower on Wednesday. The salt in the wound: Shares of Ross’ peers and rivals, Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) and
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The fundamental case for hard drive manufacturer Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ:STX) seems pretty easy to make. STX stock is cheap, trading at 1en times analysts’ average fiscal 2019 earnings-per-share estimates. And Seagate stock also offers one of the best dividends of any S&P 500 stock, yielding 5.45% at the moment. Source: Shutterstock The problem is that
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Wayfair (NYSE:W ) stock continues to achieve record highs. Wayfair stock price has rallied after the company reported higher-than-expected fourth-quarter revenues and lower-than-expected losses. Source: Shutterstock Many analysts, including those who are bullish on Wayfair stock, think the equity could temporarily drop. Still, these optimists believe the company is following the path set by Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) years
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