Stocks to sell

Tech stocks among most U.S. equities are getting hammered on Friday as the U.S.-China trade talks ended in acrimony, with the President Donald Trump administration pushing ahead with higher tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. The tariff rate will increase from 10% to 25%. Additionally, Trump announced they are starting the process of
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Internet-based ride-hailing company Uber isn’t making money … and it may never make any money. As Uber prepares to go public, its drivers are on strike. It lost $3 billion last year. Stock in arch-rival Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) is down by one-third from its first post-IPO trade, and one of those Uber-ordered Bird scooters was left
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I suppose there are worse stocks out there to own than AT&T (NYSE:T). AT&T does pay a solid dividend, admittedly. Its 6.7% yield is among the highest in the market among large-market-capitalization stocks. And T stock does benefit from a base of reasonably stable revenues, particularly in the core wireless business (what AT&T calls the
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Friday is set to be a big day for U.S. markets, with President Trump expected to push ahead with new tariffs on Chinese imports and Uber — the unicorn of unicorns that really represents the current VC-backed craze — debuts in its eagerly awaited IPO. Expectations are extremely high, as billions in private capital has
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Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG,GOOGL) has resisted pressure for years from investors, Wall Street analysts, and the Securities & Exchange Commission to provide more detailed financial information about the performance of its YouTube business. It’s frustrating because investors in Google stock have really no understanding how YouTube fits in, even though Wall Street analysts say the video-sharing site
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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock rose slightly in the wake of its fiscal-second-quarter results announced last week. Moreover, even accounting for this morning’s near-2% drop, AAPL stock has rallied 33% so far this year. Source: Shutterstock However, the results, for reasons I will explain below, strengthen my thesis that Apple’s main moneymaker, iPhone, is weakening meaningfully and
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