Supply chain troubles and inflationary pressures have weighed down corporate bottom lines this year, resulting in widespread stock market sell-offs. The volatility is having a dizzying effect on investors with plenty of uncertainty in the market. Hence, one of the best ways to take advantage of the downturn is to invest in high-quality bets for
Since you’re paying $6 a gallon for gas at your local pump, you already know this. But I’ll say it anyway: The world is facing a massive energy crisis. What you may not know, though, is that one technology holds the key to solving it. It could dramatically reduce gas prices and help the world
Investors who are looking for stocks to buy and hold for two years should seek to purchase the shares of profitable companies. Such investors should also try to find names that are poised to exploit very strong trends over the next 24 months. Meanwhile, I continue to believe that many other commentators are significantly overstating
While listening to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s press conference on June 9, I found myself agreeing with two main points that Powell made. Specifically, I believe that the U.S. can avoid a significant economic contraction, and I think that inflation will drop meaningfully in the coming months without the Fed having to raise interest
Imagine you’re getting ready for a night out with a friend. You’ve each just finished logging a long remote workday and are ready to blow off some steam. Instead of someone pulling the short straw to be designated sober driver, an autonomous vehicle pulls up. Your friend is already in the backseat, shouting directions to
When the markets crashed due to the pandemic, it seemed like the end of the world. However, dozens of stocks delivered multi-fold returns over the next 12-18 months. The euphoric rally in growth stocks was largely over towards the end of 2021. A key reason being contractionary policies coupled with toned down growth expectations. As
With Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) shares at a new 2022 low last week, there was news that had investors concerned. It wasn’t another lockdown at a Chinese assembly plant, or another delayed product release. This time, it was in the company’s own back yard and something that could impact the profitability of its Apple Stores. For
Finding winning auto stocks to buy is difficult this year. The world is still trying to recover from a pandemic. The global shutdowns wreaked havoc on manufacturing, and the auto sector felt it hard. As a result, auto stock investors have been shy about paying up for the stocks now. They have had success, but
2022 has been a brutal year for the stock market. Year to date, the S&P 500 is down more than 22%. And, there doesn’t seem to be a catalyst to turn things around given that the economy is slowing, and the Fed is embarking on its most aggressive hiking campaign in decades. If inflation was
One of the dominant themes of 2022 is the volatility in the stock market. Unfortunately, it seems like it will persist throughout the whole year as the Federal Reserve has started implementing a tighter monetary policy to lower inflation from its historic highs. Dividend exchange-traded funds (ETFs) seem to be relatively safe investments as they
Rivian (NASDAQ:RIVN) stock cannot find its footing, and keeps setting lower-lows. This has left original investors with a lot of pain from the IPO day. The relief to those “bag-holders” will not likely come for years if at all. However, this doesn’t mean that RIVN stock is not worth investing in because the company is
With its roots tracing back to the late 19th century, the best coal stocks to buy may not seem like a relevant topic today. However, geopolitical conflicts and unprecedented economic undercurrents have forced the sector into the limelight. Primarily, Russia’s reckless invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent U.S.-led sanctions have effectively shelved global energy resources.
In May 2022, Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) plunged from $30 to the low $20s. It fell again during the technology wreck sell-off this month. Investors abandoned LYFT stock when Uber’s (NYSE:UBER) Chief Executive Officer said it would cut costs and limit staff hiring. Lyft and Uber are among the 2021 winners when countries lifted the pandemic lockdown.
[“Power Through a Possible Recession With Growth Stocks” was originally published on May 13, 2022. It has since been updated and republished.] Lately, the stock market has been getting crushed. It’s clear that we’re in the middle of a bear market. And it seems likely that the U.S. will see a recession within the next 12
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) stock recently hit a new 52-week low as tech stocks have been hit hard due to a gloomy market outlook. Most high-beta technology stocks have plummeted recently due to a fear of yield curve inversion, which is a leading recession indicator. In addition, risk-aversion is causing all kinds of problems, causing many new
San Francisco-based Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) provides the go-to home-sharing and homestay network for many travelers. There’s a lot going on with the company now. Some of what you’ll hear about Airbnb might not sound positive at first, but it’s important to get the full story. In the end, there’s still a compelling argument to buy ABNB stock. Top
These six tech stocks can be counted on to move higher over the next 12 months. This is due to the quality of their earnings, dividends, and free cash flow, pushing their target prices higher. It turns out technology companies can avoid the worst effects of a recession, especially if they are not related to
Following the June 13 stock market rout, FAANG stocks have hit new lows. Many may be cashing out of them, as uncertainty wreaks havoc on the market, but you may be looking to go against the grain. If you decide to do so, Google and YouTube parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) should be your first pick.
[embedded content] Welcome, folks! It’s that time of the week, when we release the latest episode of our podcast, Hypergrowth Investing. And in today’s show, Aaron Davis and I take an in-depth look at the hot topic of the year – inflation! After a red-hot May consumer price index (CPI) print, stocks are tanking on
As a stock, Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) may be running on low battery. Market volatility has hammered LCID stock. It’s back down to the mid-teens per share. But as a company, it’s continuing to drive ahead, making progress with partnerships and vehicle order deals. More recently, the early-stage electric vehicle (EV) maker has made another bit