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Nine investment experts participating in Moneyshow's Top Picks 2022 report discuss electric vehicle names and other ripe areas for finding this year's winners.
Bargains can be found, but there are reasons to think the growth-stock selloff that began in November hasn't ended yet.
It's not all doom-and-gloom for tech heading into the new year. Here are some predictions about what 2022 will bring for the sector.
Chip woes, China bumps, technology advances and crazy valuations are not out of the rear view.
Market breadth was fairly awful Tuesday, though participation was down. There was no easily traceable move into or away from cyclical nor defensive type sectors.
Setbacks and skepticism have created a well-positioned investment opportunity for the year ahead.
Wall Street is in love. Right now...
The stars in this industry are Tesla, and now Ford and Lucid.
The semis survived a series of individual tests on Monday, which might be worthy of finding a spot in the back of that mind of yours.
Expecting recent trends to continue -- and not looking further into the past for parallels -- has driven a lot of questionable behavior in 2021 from both retail and institutional investors.
After collecting lots of market charts and data, I've got these concerns.
The electric vehicle maker likely will lose more ground after posting disappointing results Thursday.
Despite the expectation of a tougher sledding for high-flying IPOs, optimism remains for a few key names.
Last week was rather tough across the board for equities. The Autos were different.
The tech sector's tumble might have more in common with the events of 1987 than those of 2000/2001. If this proves the case, some buying opportunities are forming.
* What's to like? Very little.. * Though the averages have held up (thank you "Nifty Seven"), a look under the hood reveals a dismal picture of broken stocks and charts "Last thing I remember, I was Running for the door I had to find the passage ba...
In the wake of Monday's tech rout, here are a few things I like about the tech sector at this crazy moment in time, along with a few things that have me concerned.
With Tesla's out-of-this-world valuation, recent IPO pops, advances by Apple, and potential 'old auto' dark horses, are we watching a bubble ... or something else?
Prices for everything are rising and it's a vicious, vicious circle. Here's where to invest now.
As I mentioned in our Comments Section, I am no longer short JOYY . I am also out of my Rivian short now.
At 420 a.m. Rivian was trading -$10 in premarket trading (under $136). My average cost basis is about $152 (having sold some as high as $177 yesterday). I am taking in most of my (small-sized) short here. If the stock remains under pressure I wi...
Rivian is -$30.30 on the day to $141.80. I have sold some RIVN December $140 puts at $21.70 against a portion of my RIVN short.
I have continued to steadily short the shares of Rivian over the last few trading days. I have shorted more RIVN at $177 in premarket trading early this morning. As stated, my plan has been to start very small and steadily scale into a somewhat lar...
Rivian's market capitalization is now $10 billion greater than that of Citigroup . I am short RIVN and long C.
GM is an underappreciated and undervalued investment opportunity.
Rivian's market cap just surpassed Volkswagen.
It's just the nature of trading at times, and we have to work our way through it.
After getting viewed as garbage, SPACs get renewed interest, thanks in part to the Rivian initial public offering. Here are some names I'm watching.
- I just sold nearly 4x what I came into the day short in Rivian (average price $145.27). My overall cost basis on RIVN is now about $139. Still "playing" and small-sized though. - Home Depot reports before the opening tomorrow. I currently have n...