China's stock slaughter is going to get worse before it gets better, so here are four stocks to sell first thing when the market opens...
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Stocks to Sell Now
Learn from our experts which stocks everyone should avoid or sell immediately, as in today. They’re pure portfolio poison. And then, look at the best stocks to buy now and new IPO stocks. Because active investing beats passive investing.
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- AMC Stock Forecast for 2025 - It Doesn't Look Good
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Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) stock skyrocketed last year, moving over 434% on global demand for coronavirus vaccines.
The question now is whether it can continue to rally higher, with or without COVID-19.
The short answer is "no".
But one biotech stock very well might.
We'll share that one with you right here...
China has been cracking down on companies with listings here in the United States sending shares plunging lower, some by more than 90% on the year.
Is this a flash in the pan that could be an incredible buying opportunity?
Or is this a start of a delisting cycle that could leave American shareholders with nothing?
SoFi stock has only been publicly traded for a short while and it's been a roller coaster since day one.
Whether you bought at the IPO and wonder if you should sell or are eyeing the fintech disruptor as a potential buy, we've got an answer for you.
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.
Shares of SGOCO Group Ltd.
(NASDAQ: SGOC) closed last Thursday at $2.58 a share.
The next day, SGOCO stock exploded as 124 million shares changed hands.
The stock climbed as high as $18.80 before closing at $9.79.
On Monday, the penny stock exploded higher again, as high as $29 during the day.
Over 100 million shares went in circulation.
Like so many stocks in the last year, there is none.
The so-called “meme stock” traders decided to push it higher.
But the move certainly has nothing to do with the company's business.
AMC stock is not a long-term buy right now, and investors will be surprised to find out why.
AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC) suffered through the pandemic in 2020.
People started to imagine a world without movie theaters.
Now, with the streaming industry on the rise – along with the size of home televisions – many still imagine such a future, COVID or no COVID.
Studios today will even release new films straight to streaming services rather than theaters.
Most of the sentiment driving the AMC stock forecast today takes this into account.
The short squeeze is still the market’s hottest trade for a good reason; the profits are still as big and fast as they ever were.
But two insanely popular, widely held short squeeze stocks, despite popping quadruple digits, are set to fall and should be sold ASAP.
Andrew Keene says to sell this morning, in fact.
The hits just keep on coming for Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ: RIDE).
Lordstown Motors stock was one of the hot stories of 2020 as the electric truck maker came public via a merger with a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC).
They were going to revolutionize the market for electric trucks, and the future was full of battery-powered awesomeness.
Everything looked rosy.
Lordstown motors stock soared 190% after the SPAC merger last year.
Amazon.com’s big pro-cannabis announcement sparked a double-digit rally in three specific, highly popular cannabis stocks.
There’s a problem, though: those stocks are doomed to underperform in the long run.
We’ll talk about why in a second, but sell those three, and add two under-the-radar cannabis plays to your holdings… .
Some investors have been trying to buy the “pandemic stocks” on the recent dips, but Andrew Keene says that’s a mistake because they’ve already peaked for the last time.
It’s time to take profits, and these COVID-era outperformers are stocks to sell right now….
Millions of investors own one or even all seven of the stocks Shah Gilani’s about to name.
That’s a problem, because these are seven stocks everyone should sell immediately, as in “today.” They’re pure portfolio poison.
"Sell in May and go away" might be popular advice.
But it could cost you if you sell your entire portfolio.
But leaving these toxic stocks in won't be any better.
2021 is shaping up to be a breakout year for stocks.
Some stocks, at least.
A lot more stocks will struggle.
We're here to make sure they don't wind up weighing down your portfolio.
The pandemic has accelerated changes in how we live and do business.
That's been great for some companies, like Zoom Communications (NASDAQ: ZM).
It's going to get a lot worse for some other stocks.
These will be stocks to avoid in 2021.
And we'll show you not only how to find these stocks on your own, but we'll show you five stocks to steer clear of too.
If you are worried about stocks crashing - and given the fact that it's 2020, you probably should be - there are individual stocks you do not want to own right now.
It's not that these are bad companies, or that there is something wrong with the business.
They are too extended, and when they begin to fall, it will get ugly very quickly.
Today, we cover a few stocks to sell before the election, in case we see a big dip.