Stocks to sell

Some financial traders are curious about EVgo (NASDAQ:EVGO) stock because they envision a strong future for the electric vehicle charging market. That’s understandable, but EVGO stock only earns a “D” grade because EVgo’s bottom-line results are highly problematic. This doesn’t mean that EVgo is completely hopeless. We’re not assigning the shares an “F” grade, as
Energy stocks are an essential addition to an investor’s diversified portfolio. They garner exposure to different market areas and may offer unique opportunities for significant returns. For example, while most stock market sectors struggled during 2022 when the world was getting back on track following the pandemic, the energy sector saw exponential growth. Oil prices
Sometimes I really question why we’re still talking about meme stocks. When will investors learn that the unpredictable nature of meme stocks nearly always makes them a bad investment choice? Meme stocks really took off during the Covid-19 pandemic. Investors had nothing else to do except stay home and play around on their phones and
Homeownership is a fundamental aspiration which remains a lifelong goal for many. Thus, homebuilder stocks offer promising opportunities for investors and home buyers alike. Indeed, amid this year’s market turmoil, homebuilder stocks have stayed strong, despite predicted market troubles. Even still, lagging indicators may now be reflecting reality. The bullwhip effect, triggered by consumer demand
Quantum computing stocks are having a moment. The industry’s leading pure play company, IonQ (NYSE:IONQ), up nearly 400% year to date (YTD), has plenty of positive chatter about their proprietary technology. However, traders should avoid these three other quantum stocks that don’t have the same apparent potential. It’s important to realize that there are various
Before 2008, banks showed limited interest in these low-return securities. However, post the crisis, Basel Accords reduced financial risks, giving Treasury and agency securities a 0% risk weighting. This essentially classifyed them as “riskless” and excluded from ratio calculations. In turn, it led banks to aggressively increase their Treasury positions, nearly quadrupling since then. Governments