The 2023 Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock rally continues, thanks to the electric vehicle company’s latest quarterly earnings report. Satisfied by the numbers, and impressed by remarks made by CEO Elon Musk regarding the company’s outlook, investors bid up TSLA stock by another 10.97%, on the trading day following the earnings report. But while it may look
As with stocks across the board in the electric vehicle sector, investors have been warming back up to Nio (NYSE:NIO) since the start of the new year. So far in January, NIO stock has rallied by more than 26%. Although factors like Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) vehicle price cuts weighed on shares in the China-based EV maker
What will the future look like for California-headquartered neo-banking firm SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI)? There’s certainly no guarantee that the company will grow or that SOFI stock will gain value over the next seven years. Yet, there are reasons to believe that SoFi Technologies represents the future of modern banking and will stage a major comeback by
It looks like financial traders are still deciding what to do with Toyota Motor (NYSE:TM) stock today. They’re mulling over an announcement that Toyota’s chief executive, Akio Toyoda, is stepping down. The billion-dollar question is about how this might change Toyota as a company going forward. Toyoda is the grandson of Toyota’s founder, and he’s
Today, few are holding out on Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID) as a possible Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) in the making. As you may recall, the SPAC predecessor to LCID stock hit prices nearing $65 per share around two years ago, on expectations that this EV startup was going to be the ultimate Tesla killer. Since then, changing economic
The dust seems to be settling when it comes to Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN). Thus far in 2023, RIVN stock has moved down just 2%. In the eyes of investors, the worst may appear to be priced in. As you may recall, RIVN collapsed in price during 2022, as investors responded to high inflation, rising interest
On Friday, Italian e-scooter firm Helbiz (NASDAQ:HLBZ) joined Genius Group (NYSEMKT:GNS) in cracking down on short sellers. “The recent underperformance of our shares compared to the market is a clear indication of the illegal short selling activities that have taken place,” said CEO Salvatore Palella in his strongly worded press release. “We will not tolerate
As we get into earnings season, the investment calendars are starting to fill up. That has investors wondering what the hot stocks for tomorrow will be. While it helps that the Federal Reserve has entered its blackout period, it doesn’t help that we will have a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting in early February.
Did a rough 2022 make you afraid to invest in China-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Nio (NYSE:NIO)? Don’t be fearful, as NIO stock could turn a corner this year. As we’ll discover, Nio is making smart and bold moves — not only with the company’s vehicles but also in EV battery technology and beyond. Last year
After a rough 2022, smart investors know when to make the most of an opportunity. Look no further than beaten-down fintech companies, for example. At the moment, there’s a growing need for contactless payment solutions. Plus, there’s rising demand for “Buy Now Pay Later” services. Leading BNPL provider Affirm Holdings (NASDAQ:AFRM), for example, is in focus
In 2018, one of my financial advisory clients asked me a point-blank question: “Do you think buying this house is a stupid investment?” He was clearly still troubled by his experience from the 2008 financial crisis — a period where the average American lost 42% of their homeowner equity. And having lived through the real
SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI), like other speculative growth stocks, has rallied thanks to the latest signs that inflation is easing. In recent trading days, SOFI stock has climbed back out of “penny stock territory,” (under $5 per share). Shares could also continue to inch higher over the next two weeks or so, ahead of the fintech
Countless firms across America have begun to fire workers after two years of generally robust labor force growth. Firms had largely been reluctant to fire workers despite weaker-than-expected economic momentum in the first half of 2022 due to the difficulty of finding qualified workers, as the pandemic led to a decline in the labor force.
Eventually, there may be compelling reasons to bet your hard-earned capital on solid-state lithium-metal battery manufacturer QuantumScape (NYSE:QS). Right now, however, QS stock gets a “D” rating due to the risks involved. The short squeeze potential shouldn’t appeal to sensible long-term investors. Besides, QuantumScape’s financial profile might improve someday, but it’s not particularly impressive right now.
What will 2023 look like for California-headquartered neo-banking firm SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI)? If you’re counting on a rapid recovery for SoFi Technologies, don’t hold your breath. SOFI stock is a buy but only for a tiny position as lower prices are probably on the horizon. Therefore, it’s wise to wait patiently and refrain from investing
Without a doubt, 2022 was a tough year for Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock. Will this year be any better? It’s hard to be bullish about Amazon now, given the company’s vulnerability to a shaky macroeconomic environment. Before you assume that there’s a prime dip-buying opportunity here, take note of Amazon’s problems and challenges. Then, you’ll probably want to
If any company could be considered the poster child of the Big Tech wreck of 2022, it’s Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META). The carnage of META stock was considerable, though some investors may choose to stand by CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse-centered vision for the company. All things considered, however, it’s wise to stay out of the trade
The S&P 500 was trading up against resistance, as was the Nasdaq. But because it had resolved higher out of a multi-week consolidation window, bulls were feeling good about their prospects. It also has them looking at the hot stocks for tomorrow to see if they can find an edge. Unfortunately, neither index was able
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is implementing a big round of layoffs. This is, apparently, supposed to be a sign of Microsoft showing fiscal discipline. At the same time, the company is in talks to spend $10 billion on an an artificial intelligence chatbot. These developments should be a cause for concern among MSFT stock traders. Microsoft is facing
The stock market has been enjoying a nice winning streak lately, as it continues to scratch and claw its way higher. Amid this tough market though, it’s got investors wondering what the hot stocks for tomorrow will be. Some days it’s an economic report. On other days, it’s an earnings result or investor meeting. For