Garrett Baldwin gives an updated list of stocks to watch during the current market upswing.
Michael Robinson says the best tech stock to buy is 30% off right now.
Mark Sebastian's naming three stocks to watch this week, and he's got two ways to trade them.
The IPO landscape has changed radically over the past few years.
With a near-constant flow of high-profile IPOs, investors now have to ask themselves what IPOs not to invest in.
Plus, the current economic recovery and tech sector growth mean 2021's going to be another record-breaking year for new stocks.
So, Michael's going to show you an easy way to own the next Amazon or Microsoft that may be listing this year…
Facebook’s currently in the middle of a controversy over the role “Big Tech” should – or shouldn’t – play in regulating speech, with the federal government and some 46 state attorneys general actively seeking the breakup of the world’s most successful social media site.
Playing this space just right can give savvy tech investors double the market’s return….
Social media giant Facebook Inc. is in hot water again.
This time, people are angry at the company's apparent refusal to take down hate speech, calls for violence, and other distasteful content from the network.
So far, more than 160 companies have signed up for the "Stop Hate for Profit" campaign, pledging to "pause" advertising on Facebook.
We're talking about big names like Ben & Jerry's, Coca-Cola, Hershey's, Honda, Levi Strauss, Starbucks, The North Face, Unilever, Verizon, and many more. All of these companies will not be buying Facebook ads in July, and some are going even further.
Since almost all of Facebook's $70 billion in revenue comes from advertising, this is hitting CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg right where it hurts.
Or at least, that's what we're being told.
As the advertising boycott really took off last Friday, Facebook stock dropped 8.32%. Zuckerberg himself lost about $7 billion in wealth because of it. Stock markets as a whole went down partly because of this.
But don't believe the hype. Facebook will not only survive this scandal; it will grow even bigger.
In fact, this is a great opportunity to buy the dip. Here's why… Full Story
This morning, the U.S. Senate passed a $484 billion relief package that the House of Representative is expected to approve on Thursday.
$370 billion is intended for small businesses, $75 billion will be for hospital relief, and $25 billion will be used to expand coronavirus testing.
Oil was up about 20% and stocks rebounded on the day, with the S&P 500 closing up about 2.5%.
But it was also interesting to see gold up 3% on the day.
Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani – think about the stimulus, oil, gold, and stocks during earnings season.
For years now, I've advised my readers about how the average retail investor should avoid buying high-tech IPOs when they first start trading. When you buy at the open, you really risk losing your hard-earned money.
Problem is, people just can't wait. They want in, and they want in fast.
But a little patience on the right stocks, and you can still play them post-IPO for big returns. When you wait to buy, you can ride the "bounce back" period to huge gains…
Had you followed this advice with the savvy cloud provider I'll tell you about today, you could have made 863% in just a little over five years. But if you bought at the open, you risked losing more than half your capital.
2020's IPO calendar is filling up fast, which makes this the perfect time to give you the best IPO profit strategy to follow – plus share with you the big post-IPO winner that could still double your money if you buy now… Full Story
2020's IPO calendar is filling up fast, which makes this the perfect time to give you the best IPO profit strategy to follow - plus share with you the big post-IPO winner that could still double your money if you buy now...
Many investors are missing the boat.
They're settling for overhyped IPOs, when they could make money investing in pre-IPO stocks that lasts for generations.
Stocks with a lot of hype behind them, like Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) or Uber Technologies Inc. (NYSE: UBER), are also being pursued by institutional investors and large hedge funds.
Often, those big fish have the opportunity to buy before retail investors can even get in.
The top cybersecurity stocks should be on your mind right now. This industry expects four-year growth of nearly $100 billion, and there’s a nice growth stock in there, too. Unfortunately, it’s because cyber threats are ramping up, and this one is literally staring you in the face. But it’s part of why one of our top cybersecurity stocks to buy has increased profits 198% over the last three years, with no signs of slowing down.