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There are three tech stocks to sell for February. These companies are in the process of a slow decline via slowing fundamentals and weak business models that are not conducive to the long-term gains that investors hope for. Given the rising S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices, which generally signal robust market conditions, investors might expect
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Lucid (NASDAQ:LCID) stock has had a long bumpy ride. Investors eagerly bought LCID shares after its 2021 IPO, raising $4.5 billion for Lucid. Lucid’s Saudi backers provided capital during tough times. However, the new EV maker is far from dethroning Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) or even China’s BYD (OTCMKTS:BYDDY). In Q4 2023, BYD sold 526,409 electric vehicles, while
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Tough times require tough cost-cutting decisions, including job layoffs. However, to get a company back on the right track, reach profitability, and increase margins, they’re often required. Below are just a few of the top post-layoffs stocks that should flourish, as they get back on the right track. We also have to consider that job
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Global sales of fully electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) rose as much as 31% in 2023, although this growth rate marked a slowdown compared to the robust 60% surge witnessed in 2022, according to Reuters, citing the data from Rho Motion. Hence, many investors still consider EV stocks as a compelling investment opportunity, especially
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In this article FSLR Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A solar field is seen on site at First Solar in Perrysburg, Ohio July 8, 2022. Picture taken with drone.  Megan Jelinger | Reuters First Solar shares jumped Wednesday after reporting another solid quarter, with the company booked solid through 2026 and an order backlog
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Steel demand is set to spike, and these top steel stocks are among those best positioned to capitalize on the opportunity—analysts at FitchRatings project steel demand to grow by as much as 30 million global tons. The same analysts expect improved margins across most major steelmaking countries (except China, in this case) and North American
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Many prominent Wall Street analysts and well-regarded economists are predicting a potential market downturn, or even a crash, this year. Observers say this is particularly likely if the economy falls into a recession, as some people continue to expect. While these dire forecasts seem unlikely in the near term, one never knows. Equity markets can
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In the fast-paced world of digital assets, understanding which cryptos to sell remains imperative as Bitcoin (BTC-USD) blows past the $50,000 mark again. Driven by the launch of new exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and the excitement surrounding Bitcoin’s ‘halving,’ this increase demonstrates a remarkable 200% recovery from previous lows. It indicates strong investor confidence. However, this
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