Stocks to sell

Weeks of market ebullience are beginning to fade as the bad vibes of December make a comeback. There is still no concrete progress in the ongoing U.S.-China trade spat or the Trump-Democrat wall spat either, with parts of the U.S. government still shut down. But what’s really rattling investors on Thursday is profit warnings from key
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Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) is the type of stock investors can talk themselves into. FIT stock can look cheap, trading at about 0.4 times its revenue, after backing out its net cash. Its cash, based on its fourth-quarter free cash flow guidance, by the end of 2018 should have reached roughly half the market capitalization of Fitbit
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For months, the impending merger of Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) and Twenty-First Century Fox (NASDAQ:FOXA) has cast a shadow on Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). While Netflix may currently be the dominant name of the streaming industry, existing and prospective investors in NFLX stock had good reason to worry about the rival streaming platform Disney has been planning once
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I have spoken a lot about analysts’ favorite stocks to buy. But along with buying comes the stocks to sell. You have to know when to cash out at the right time. This is all the more important given the current market conditions. Even top-rated stocks are getting hammered right lately. Luckily Morgan Stanley is out
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Among iconic American companies, few stand out quite like Sears (OTCMKTS:SHLDQ). But over the last several years, the formerly ubiquitous retailer made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Based on its recent bankruptcy proceedings, Sears stock appeared headed for an ignominious end. However, a last-minute reprieve may give the deeply embattled company some critical breathing
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That Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) sparks headlines is a given. Once the world’s biggest publicly traded company by market capitalization, AAPL levers unprecedented influence on benchmark indices. However, with Apple stock down a shocking 35% since the beginning of October, it finds itself in unfamiliar territory: addressing a deeply-worrisome crisis. And make no mistake about it: AAPL
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Even with the echoes of its past problems still ringing, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) stock is still beloved by Wall Street. And, despite the steep December pullback, the post-Christmas rise of WFC stock price has been impressive enough to rekindle hopes that WFC stock will have a fruitful 2019. Before jumping on the bandwagon of WFC
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Calling it a disappointment still seems something of an understatement. Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) stock, once one of the highest high-flyers among cannabis stocks, has become a major letdown. Traders and the financial media certainly couldn’t stop raving about Canopy Growth stock in August, shortly after Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) invested billions of dollars in the company,
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Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) has started 2019 in a disappointing fashion. The 3.8% rise in Tesla stock during 2018 has been nearly wiped out in two sessions, with TSLA stock already down 3% YTD, barring a strong Friday in wake of a strong jobs report. The culprit is an update from the company on fourth-quarter deliveries. A
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Cloud communications provider Twilio (NASDAQ:TWLO) had an unbelievable 2018, as TWLO stock price rose 278%. In fact, of 3,400 stocks with a market cap over $300 million, Twilio stock was the sixth–best performer for the year. (Tandem Diabetes Care (NASDAQ:TNDM), which soared some 1,500%, was the biggest winner.) The gains were deserved. Twilio delivered a
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If anything has become abundantly clear over the past several months, it is that the once red-hot global semiconductor market is starting to rapidly cool. Smartphone demand is drying up. Cryptocurrency mining demand is almost all gone. And the secular growth narratives in cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) are pausing due to trade war
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