GM workers with the UAW Local 2250 union strike outside the General Motors Wentzville Assembly Plant in Wentzville, Missouri, Sept. 15, 2023. Michael B. Thomas | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. General Motors, Ford, Stellantis — Shares of Ford rose slightly, while General Motors gained 1% and Stellantis was
Sometimes, I’ll root for an underdog. However, I just can’t get behind electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) in 2023. LCID stock has been a poor performer and could easily continue to lose value this year. I’m not the only commentator who’s concerned about Lucid Group’s future prospects. As we’ll see, at least one expert
Pursuing undervalued Cathie Wood stocks radiates a magnetic allure for investors aiming for a hefty financial breakthrough. The stocks favored by Wood are risky but grounded in foresight, offering tremendous long-term upside potential. She has effectively navigated the volatile waves of SPAC-mania and the burgeoning retail investor sphere with a discerning eye. Wood’s ARK ETF
Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) stock surged 129% this year, as investor piled into this metaverse-focused company for reasons completely separate from the company’s shift to becoming a metaverse company. Rather, Meta’s cost efficiency focus, its AI-related investments, and the strength of its core business appear to be the reasons investors continue to put their money to
General Motors assembly workers picket outside the General Motors Bowling Green plant during the United Auto Workers national strike in Bowling Green, Kentucky, October 10, 2019. Bryan Woolston | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines before the bell. KeyCorp — The Cleveland-based regional bank rose almost 2% premarket after Piper Sandler said the shares
Think all large-cap artificial intelligence hardware companies are grossly overvalued? Think again, abd look at Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) stock. Cisco is a networking equipment manufacturer that probably deserves your attention in 2023. CSCO stock isn’t a perfect holding for everyone, and it gets a “B” grade. Yet, it should appeal to some income-focused, value-oriented and momentum-seeking