When it comes to investing, I think we can all agree that the name of the game is to make money. Why else are we here? A good step toward that goal is to avoid overvalued stocks. In short, overvalued stocks are those whose price exceeds the company’s near-term earnings outlook, or its price-to-earnings (P/E)
Palantir Technologies (NYSE:PLTR) has announced a few impressive commercial deals in recent months, and there are signs that its government business could be more “sticky” than I previously believed. Nevertheless, given my continued concerns about the company’s profitability, competition, and valuation, I remain bearish on PLTR stock. Source: Michael Vi / Shutterstock.com Meanwhile, the stock’s
Founded by billionaire Richard Branson, New Mexico-headquartered Virgin Galactic (NYSE:SPCE) is on a mission to send people into space, even if they’re not professional astronauts. However, the investment community hasn’t opted to launch SPCE stock into orbit during the past half-year. Source: Christopher Penler / Shutterstock.com Four out of 12 Wall Street analysts covering Virgin Galactic
DoorDash (NYSE:DASH) and other growth stocks have experienced massive pull-backs in the past six months. Moreover, with the U.S. Federal Reserve’s hawkish policy stance, stocks trading at lofty multiples such as DoorDash are likely to be hit the most. Apart from the tough trading year ahead for DASH stock, the lingering issues with its underlying
The Nasdaq has taken a plunge at the start of 2022. However, the fall of tech stocks may provide an opportunity to buy low and sell high. In a bear market, prices and the intrinsic value of companies can substantially deviate. But over time, they will move closer to the true values of companies and
AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) stock had a fortuitous rise last year. It was caught in the midst of the meme stock mania, which helped pump AMC stock to senseless highs. Source: Helen89 / Shutterstock.com Meanwhile, the underlying business continued to struggle for most of the year due to the devastation caused by the coronavirus. A superhero fourth
Electric vehicle (EV) companies are great long-term investments, but investors need to ensure that they manage their short-run value at risk because it tends to be negatively skewed when volatility enters the fray. Nio (NYSE:NIO) performed especially well during the earlier stages of the pandemic for two reasons. First, NIO stock gained because unexpected expansionary
If you’re looking for stocks to avoid in 2022, I’ve got a hint. The Financial Times recently reported that global bond issues totaled $101 billion through Jan. 7, the second-highest amount to start a new year since 2002. The highest amount? $118 billion at the start of 2021. Here’s what FT had to say about
Skillz Inc. (NYSE:SKLZ) can’t figure out how to make positive free cash flow. As a result, SKLZ stock has been cratering. In fact, the company recently had to raise $300 million in additional debt capital at a high coupon interest rate (with no convertible feature). Source: Dennis Diatel / Shutterstock.com As a result, don’t expect
I have a few personal nicknames for our own Louis Navellier. Ferrari Louis. Mister InvestorPlace. But whatever you might call him — good, bad or indifferent — he is universally considered outspoken. So, when Navellier becomes more opinionated than usual, such as his take on ContextLogic (NASDAQ:WISH), people should listen. For WISH stock, I don’t
As investors we can do all the homework necessary to find opportunities. But sometimes the game becomes rigged – pun intended – thereby putting us at risk. Today my mission is to suggest that there are stocks to avoid in the energy sector. This will be a tough sell because prices there are incredibly strong.
I read a statistic on Morning Brew at the start of the week that suggests GameStop (NYSE:GME) no longer has the safety net the shorts once provided. So, now it’s up to activist investor and GameStop Chairman Ryan Cohen’s grand plan to get shares back to $200 or higher. Source: Shutterstock What’s Cohen’s grand plan?
The last time I wrote about Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) stock was on Dec. 21. Maybe it should have been the last time I wrote about it. Source: Tada Images / Shutterstock.com It’s only been three weeks, which is nothing. Yet OPEN stock hemorrhaged 20% between then and the time of this writing. True, you shouldn’t
Back last September, DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG) stock was viewed as a “can’t miss” wager among investors. Source: Lori Butcher/Shutterstock.com Going into the football season, many “laid the points” with DKNG, buying into it at its highs with the expectation that this winning sports betting stock would stay a winner. Since then, not only has this favorite failed
Usually, I like to share great stocks to buy or stocks that you need to sell or avoid. Today, it’s a bit of mix. These are great stocks — some are portfolio holdings — but this just isn’t the time to buy them. What that means is, most of these stocks have very low Portfolio
ContextLogic (NASDAQ:WISH) stock has fallen dramatically since my last article on Dec. 16 and also on June 18. I have been deeply skeptical of WISH stock and tried to warn readers that the stock was likely to fall. And today, I believe that its decline is still likely to continue. Source: sdx15 / Shutterstock.com On Dec.
DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG) has been in a free fall since peaking on Sep. 9. at $63.67 per share. As of Jan. 13, it was down to $24.24 per share. This means that DKNG stock is below the price of $27.47 where it closed at the end of 2021. Source: Postmodern Studio / Shutterstock.com So, in effect, the
As I noted in my last article on Roblox (NYSE:RBLX), the company has a great deal of potential. But I continue to believe that RBLX stock weaknesses and threats, for now, still meaningfully outweigh its strengths and opportunities. Source: Michael Vi / Shutterstock.com Among the company’s most important weaknesses are its generally slow growth in
Grab Holdings (NASDAQ:GRAB) is a delivery, e-commerce, and fintech company that’s focused on various Southeast Asian markets. The company came public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). Specifically, it merged with a SPAC named Altimeter Growth Corp recently and changed its ticker symbol to “GRAB.” Source: Twinsterphoto / Shutterstock.com GRAB stock has not gotten
Shareholders of cryptocurrency miner Riot Blockchain (NASDAQ: RIOT) had a tough year in 2021 with 1-year losses of around 23.43%, underperforming Nasdaq expectations. Source: Marko Aliaksandr/ShutterStock.com So far, 2022 isn’t great for RIOT stock, either. It had losses of 8.82% in the first trading week of the year. Having a 52-week range of $16.75 –