The market has completely overlooked this “king of cheap stocks” – a $9 “backdoor” play on Microsoft, a $2.2 trillion tech megacap…
The "chicken littles" always find new reasons to say the sky is falling.
But whether we like it or not, a broken clock is right twice a day.
And with the market at all-time highs, what goes up must eventually come down.
Eventually is a keyword here.
But how eventual is the coming stock market crash?
Certain markers point to sooner than later.
The stock market finally remembered that owning stocks can be risky.
After Friday's sell-off, the carnage continued on Monday as the Dow plunged more than 900 points at one point during the day.
The biggest losers included commodity and financial stocks expected to benefit from inflation and rising interest rates.
Stocks fell by around 2% yesterday.
A drop of 10% or more from recent highs would mean a market correction, and that's a possibility investors need to take seriously right now.
Sprinklr stock goes public next week.
The Sprinklr IPO is expected to sell 19 million shares priced between $18 and $20 a pop.
That will value the company at close to $5 billion.
That's not too shabby for a company with just under $340 million in sales last year.
While not the flashiest company, it could be a silent winner in the enterprise software market set to double from $500 billion to $1 trillion by the end of the decade.
Databricks stock could be trading publicly as early as this year or as late as next year.
Whatever the case, it's important to get ahead of this thing now.
Databricks is worth $28 billion.
That makes it one of the most valuable private tech companies in existence.
Corsair stock was one of the biggest plays on the lockdown.
It was a great time to be a computer hardware dealer, as many rushed for entertainment to fill their stay-at-home time.
It was also a great time to IPO.
The Corsair IPO price started at $17 and shot up to $51, a 200% return for some investors.
Since the pandemic started, we've been hearing simple, but profound questions over and over: "How do I invest with just $2,000? What are the stocks to buy? How to I allocate that money." The surprisingly simple, easy-to-execute approach comes from our own Bill Patalon.
In 2018 alone, there were around 30 million attacks launched against U.S.
and allied interests – that number has only gone up in the meantime.
And when it comes to cyber-defense, authorities can often rely on support and cooperation from the private tech sector.
And Michael's got a tech stock for you today that will certainly benefit from the enormous $304 billion cybersecurity sector….
The chance for a Discord IPO just went higher after the company walked away from its potential Microsoft deal.
And if Discord stock was this highly coveted by tech giants, you can bet retail investors are all over this one.
Earnings seasons news has been overwhelmingly positive – just as we expected.
However, unless you know how to play it, an earnings beat doesn't necessarily add up to huge, instant profits.
Andrew's going to show you why, plus he'll show you how to play this week's biggest movers… .