Stocks to sell

Given the headlines surrounding Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) last week and early this week, Wednesday’s news shouldn’t be that surprising. As of December 30th the electric car company was reported to be sitting on more than 3000 of its Model 3 vehicles. Most current and prospective owners of TSLA stock would have expected those automobiles to already
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Once upon a time, Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) was an untouchable retail coffee giant. Thanks to its premium branding and second-to-none convenience, the company was able to smash competitive threats, making Starbucks stock a decent investment. Starbucks’ strength also enabled it to generate 5%-plus comparable sales growth and consistently increase its margins. But the era of Starbucks’ domination
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The stock market ended 2018 on a sour note. Back in September, stocks were flying at record highs. Since then, they’ve dropped 20% amid a flurry of concerns ranging from higher rates to bigger tariffs to slowing growth. Yet, most Wall Street analysts view the selloff as overdone, and the consensus 2019 S&P 500 price
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The troubles facing Snap (NYSE:SNAP) and SNAP stock continue to increase. The company has failed to develop successful products aside from its core Snapchat app. In 2018, its financial losses mounted, many of its executives departed, and fewer users logged on to Snapchat. As a result, SNAP stock is now flirting with penny-stock status. These circumstances,
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Consumer confidence remains strong, job growth is robust and incomes continue to rise. But none of that has really mattered much for J.C. Penney Co. (NYSE:JCP), which has had a horrible year. Consider that JCP has become a penny stock, with JCP stock price today hovering around $1.05. And in 2018, JCP stock has tumbled
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I’ll admit I didn’t see the gains in Under Armour (NYSE:UA, NYSE:UAA) stock coming. Under Armour stock has been one of the best performers in the market this year. Before a recent pullback, UAA stock had risen near-60% this year — the fifth-best performance in the S&P 500, narrowly behind fellow turnaround play Chipotle Mexican
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My message to anyone tempted to buy Alibaba (NASDAQ:BABA) stock after this year’s 12 percent pull-back is simple:  Just Say No. Let’s address the many red flags BABA stock presents to investors such as the company’s confusing corporate structure where it is difficult to tell the difference between corporate interests and those of BABA executives
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