Shah Gilani picks out fintech and retail stocks you need to sell.
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Stocks to Sell Now
Owning great stocks is important, beyond a doubt. But to get market-beating performance, in the words of Chief Investment Strategist Shah Gilani, "You've got to be ready to trim back the dead wood."
That's why Shah helps readers know which stocks to sell on top of finding great stocks to buy. And Shah would know. Since first getting his seat on the Chicago Board Options Exchange in 1982, Shah has over 38 years of investing experience.
It's all a part of how you can learn from our experts, because having the wrong stocks in the mix can eat away at those all-important returns. They're pure portfolio poison.
The good news is there's no need to resort to guesswork or potshots when deciding which stocks to sell at what price, not to mention if and when to buy back in.
By selling stocks according to careful decision-making and expertise, our experts aim to beat the averages of the stock market and cash in on their strategic moves – and they'll guide you to do the same.
Take IPOs, for example. They're such popular investments, but they're risky, too. Many of them have performed poorly. F45 Training Holdings Inc. (NYSE: FXLV) fell from its $16.20 IPO price to $13.52 back in July. While FXLV regained some ground in August, hitting a high of $17.28, the stock was ultimately a flop. Anyone who invested in this IPO is now down 16.42%.
We said FXLV was likely a dud, and we weren't wrong. Know which popular, new stocks to avoid or sell can make all the difference.
It's all a larger part of active investing – a more direct, hands-on approach to buying and selling stocks.
Below, you'll find our latest recommendations on stocks to sell…
- Three Stocks to Sell and One to Buy
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- WU Stock - Sell It Immediately
- Why You Should Sell Your WeWork Stock Now
- Why Everyone Should Sell Tesla Stock Now
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- One Popular Stock to Sell First Thing Today
- One Stock to Sell Immediately (at Any Price)
- Five Stocks to Buy and One to Unload Today
- Five Stocks to Sell Before 4:00 p.m. Today
- One Stock to Sell and Three Stocks to Buy This Morning
- Stocks to Sell Now: Unload This Popular Icon Right Away
- Two Stocks to Buy and Two Stocks to Sell Right Away
- Airbnb Stock Forecast: Should You Sell Amid COVID-19 Surge?
- The Best and Worst New Stocks in 2021
- Three Stocks to Sell This Week (and One to Trade)
WU stock has been climbing the past few sessions, but that doesn't change Garrett's recommendation: Sell it immediately.
WeWork's second IPO attempt succeeded, but Shah's recommending everyone sell WeWork stock and buy this instead.
Stocks are falling.
And some overvalued stocks may not find the bottom.
Here are a few overvalued stocks to sell as we approach the end of the year.
The “Evergrande slump” should have bargain hunters testing the water, but there’s one company you shouldn’t buy “on the dip.”
It’s a stock to sell immediately.
Shah Gilani’s finished his weekly list! There are five stocks to buy right away and one investors should get rid of ASAP.
"Money Morning LIVE" Executive Producer Garrett Baldwin just published a list of five popular stocks to sell before the end of trading today...
This is still one of the most popular pot stocks out there; it consistently shows up on lists of the hottest stocks on Robinhood.
The problem is... it’s no good.
These shares peaked years ago, and fresh highs aren’t on the menu anytime soon.
This is a controversial sell recommendation, for sure, but investors should sell right away.
Today, Shah Gilani is hosting fellow trader and fellow CBOE veteran Mark Sebastian to talk about making money.
They’ve got two stocks to buy, two stocks to sell, 10 moves to make for this market and two other very lucrative plays.
Whatever you do, don’t miss this video...
The Airbnb stock forecast looks dimmer with another round of COVID-19 at our doorstep.
Airbnb Inc. (NASDAQ: ABNB) made great strides in the months following its December 2020 IPO.
It climbed from an IPO price of $68 to $212 by February.
Now, it’s fallen from those February highs to $147 today.
And investors are starting to look jittery.