It continues to be an uneven playing field for tech stocks. While some companies are continuing to knock the cover off the ball, others are struggling and in decline. Of course the current market selloff isn’t helping. But the underlying fundamentals of many tech stocks remain extremely strong and position them for big gains once
In my previous Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) article, I expressed why investors should be cautious when investing in the AI-driven stock. PLTR stock rose nearly 140% this year due to strong earnings and AI growth. However, concerns about overvaluation loom large over this meme-stock-turned-AI-champion. My view on this company remains the same. Indeed, Palantir posted its third
The AI economy is changing quickly. So quickly in fact, that investors are having a hard time deciphering which Ai stocks are fascinating and which may be fads? The answer is likely to come from how companies can answer the “so what?” or maybe a better question, “now what?”, as it relates to AI.
When it comes to long term investment, it’s important to consider the business fundamentals. I would only hold high quality blue-chip and growth stocks in my portfolio. However, markets provide some attractive opportunities to make quick money in speculative stocks. As an active investor, it makes sense to grab these opportunities to boost portfolio returns.
The 2022 bear market saw oil stocks shining due to rising oil prices spurred by inflation and geopolitical events. However, 2023 has seen oil prices halve from their 2022 highs, impacting oil stocks negatively. While the best oil stocks have faced volatility, their modest declines showcase their enduring stability compared to trendier energy investments. Crude
The transition toward electric vehicles has begun rapidly, and several investors have a positive outlook for EV stocks. While countries across the globe are rapidly working on incentives to increase EV adoption and achieve their target of zero carbon emission, in reality, a very small percentage of EVs are on the road. It might take
Cathie Wood stocks have captivated investors for years now. Wood is a popular money manager because her investing style isn’t so different from many small retail investors. She likes to go deep with her family of exchange traded funds into exciting sectors like technology and biotech stocks. It’s no secret Cathie Wood stocks offer the
In the bustling realm of technology, cloud computing shines brilliantly. So, Astute investors are actively scouting cloud computing stocks to buy, fueled by some enticing forecasts. Fortune Business Insights predicts cloud computing’s revenue to escalate from $677.95 billion in 2023 to an astounding $2.43 trillion by 2030. And, reflecting a 20% compound annual growth rate,
Growth stocks aren’t going anywhere. While markets might be trending lower, the major growth stocks that have outperformed in recent years continue to move fast. These growth stocks also take steps to ensure that they continue to grow and expand at a brisk clip. Many of the best-known growth stocks have major catalysts either in
Elon Musk, the CEO of electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), is unpredictable. That’s one of the reasons TSLA stock can soar one month but then plunge the next month. The best strategy right now is to avoid the Tesla roller coaster until more data comes in, which will happen next month. At the same
Nvidia’s (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock has surged 223% over the past year. This has led to a very high relative valuation, which may concern some investors. Indeed, trading at more than 100-times earnings and 33 times sales, NVDA stock appears overvalued compared to its 2022 levels. Now, for current NVDA shareholders, especially those who bought at the
The success of Li Auto (NASDAQ:LI) stock in 2023 illustrates the chicken-and-egg question bedeviling the electric vehicle transition. In this case, the car is the chicken. Charging is the egg. Without reliable, plentiful charging, people are leery of buying fully electric cars. Without more electric cars, charging infrastructure can’t improve. Li has squared this circle
Writing about travel stocks may seem odd at a time when inflation is on the rise in lockstep with rising oil prices. However, information from the United States Travel Association may make you reconsider. In July 2023, total travel spending came in slightly above (1.2%) 2022 levels for the third consecutive month and is
Crude oil has gone through extreme volatility in the last three years. From 2020 historical lows, crude averaged $100.9 per barrel last year. However, with monetary policy tightening and a global economic slowdown, oil traded at lows of $63 in March. After some consolidation, black gold currently trades at $90. Accumulating oil stocks now is
The electric vehicle market is set to accelerate. In fact, according to iShares, global EV sales could soar to about 27 million by 2026 from 10.5 million just last year. While that’s great news for most electric vehicle stocks on the market, we must also consider that some may not survive their competitive threats. That
AI stocks are controversial for multiple reasons. One of the most obvious factors is that AI poses a threat in many ways. It threatens the job security of various jobs, poses a potential challenge to human intelligence, and presents many other issues. So, it’s certainly bound to cause controversy and spark interesting discussions. However, the AI
EHang Holdings Ltd (NASDAQ:EH) represents a new kind of EV stock. It leads the Urban Air Mobility sector in China with its autonomous aerial vehicle technology aimed at disrupting transport and logistics, creating smart cities. Yet, many investors believe this EV stock is overvalued at nearly $18 per share. EHang is a pioneer in the
Remember the meme stock craze? Yeah. Me neither. AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) stock has been through one helluva story arc over the last couple of years, ultimately to end with a complete roundtrip (and then some). AMC’s financial struggles continue to persist. The company has been grappling with an enormous debt pile, high cash burn rates,
C3.ai’s (NYSE:AI) impressive stock rally has reversed, with AI stock dropping more than $40 over the past three months. This is mainly because of an earnings report revealed a larger-than-expected loss, because of the company’s AI investments. Of course, many investors may still have high hopes for C3.ai. After all, this is a pure-play AI
With the rising adoption of generative artificial intelligence technology, there’s now an AI gold rush, and semiconductor companies are selling the “picks and shovels.” Hence, all eyes are on the top chip stocks to watch, but are these names also in the “Green Zone?” TradeSmith offers investors valuable tools for determining which stocks to watch.