Stocks to sell

U.S. equities are under severe pressure again on Wednesday as tepid earnings fail to encourage aggressive dip-buying demand. Weak U.S. housing data added to the worry, with new home sales missing forecasts by a wide margin. Despite this, Federal Reserve officials continue to make hawkish noises about sticking to their aggressive rate hike pace. Amid
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Today we’re offering up some bear fodder. Of course, finding stocks to short these days isn’t exactly challenging. What with the recent carnage and all. Throw a dart, and you’re bound to hit something that has shattered support and is now trending lower. But the discriminating bear doesn’t just want a weak stock. They’re also
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Since the collapse of the financial markets in 2008, one of the best places to have parked your money was in equities. Particularly, growth stocks have proven as wise and lucrative investments. However, every rally experiences a correction at some point, which we’ve seen earlier this month. Knowing when to sell stocks is a tricky
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It finally happened. After several years of shrinking sales and running up huge losses against a debt-burdened balance sheet, Sears (NASDAQ:SHLD) finally filed for bankruptcy in mid-October 2018. That’s a big deal. Although we all saw this coming, it is nonetheless sad to say goodbye to a retailer that forever changed America. Once upon a time, Sears helped America
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Analysts are ignoring a one-hour outage at Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL) YouTube amid growing signs that all is not well in the House of Google, as multiple, meaningful threats to GOOG stock are emerging. GOOG stock was trading slightly under the $1,100 per share mark on Oct. 19, significantly below the $1,120 mark it reached on the morning
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Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) is one of the top memory chip makers in the world. But Micron stock’s strong position in one of the most important tech sectors in the world isn’t enough to keep it immune from the challenges in the global economy, especially the churning trade war with China. Unpacking all the nuances of what’s
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From a purely numerical perspective, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) stock looks dirt cheap. The market cap of Facebook stock as of this afternoon is $447 billion. The market cap is supported by the $40.6 billion of revenue that the company generated in 2017, the $25 billion of revenue that it obtained through the first half of 2018
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Volatility has returned to U.S. equity markets, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling as much as 300 points before recovering back to the unchanged line in mid-day trading on Wednesday. Investors were spooked by soft housing data showing that buyers are stepping back — despite an extremely strong labor market — as interest rates
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Shares in Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) continue to rise, as investors remain confident the company will get streaming right. Rather than falling in the wake of Netflix’ (NASDAQ:NFLX) record quarter, Disney stock is expected to go even higher. Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) finds it bullish that Disney will have 23 million streaming customers by 2024, ignoring the
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Speculation about the future of legalized weed in Canada and other countries has sent most stocks in this industry soaring, including Cronos (NASDAQ:CRON) stock. As Canada legalizes marijuana for all uses, this entire sector comes into focus. Cronos stock stands out from larger peers such as Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) or Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) with its medical focus.
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The recent market downturn has taken Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock about 15% below its 52-week high. After the market swoon exposed many of the risks of Amazon stock, many investors have sold the name in recent days. If this selloff continues, more owners of AMZN will have to ask themselves if the success of this e-commerce
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Inarguably, Twilio (NYSE:TWLO) is one of the top technology surprises this year. Since the January opener, Twilio stock has skyrocketed over three-fold. For late-to-the-game investors, the temptation is to jump on this momentum train. However, both broader market weaknesses and a questionable acquisition suggests caution is in order. On Monday after the market close, Twillio’s
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