The past few months haven’t been kind to stock investors. Nobody enjoys watching the value of their portfolio fall, and volatility can be rather scary. However, volatile markets also tend to create some great bargains for long-term investors. Here’s why it might be a good idea to add shares of Green Dot (NYSE:GDOT) and Axos […]Continue Reading ...
This is the year when Disney (NYSE:DIS) turns heel, going from being a Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) ally into potentially its greatest adversary. The House of Mouse is starting to pull content from Netflix’s streaming platform as the renewals come up, setting its sights on rolling out its own branded service by the end of this year. […]Continue Reading ...
Over the past six months, there are two biotech stocks that have soared — but not everyone’s convinced they’ll keep rising much longer. In fact, intrepid traders that bet against stocks, also known as short-sellers, appear increasingly confident these two stocks are about to tank. Smart long-term investors know that short-sellers often accept too much […]Continue Reading ...
Investors looking for quick gains are often drawn to penny stocks, the over-the-counter shares of tiny companies that generally trade under $1. Unfortunately, most penny stocks are barely better than lottery tickets. Today, these Motley Fool contributors will highlight three publicly traded stocks that are better bets than penny stocks: Snap (NYSE:SNAP), Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), and SolarEdge Technologies (NASDAQ:SEDG). A hated […]Continue Reading ...
Even in a bull market, investors often cast aside good companies because of one-off or short-term problems that can fix themselves in due time. That creates an opportunity for bargain-basement stock shoppers to scoop up these companies at great values. We asked three Motley Fool investors to identify a stock they felt was absurdly cheap […]Continue Reading ...
For some, the recent stock market volatility is a sign of a crash to come. While pulling your money out of the market is obviously one move you could make, so is investing in businesses that not only survive a downturn but thrive in one. Three Motley Fool contributors see American States Water (NYSE:AWR), Cronos […]Continue Reading ...
Raymond James is downgrading Square to “underperform” and predicted a lack of growth opportunities for the payments company. The firm has a fair value estimate of $56, roughly 27 percent below where the stock closed Monday. Raymond James also sees downside in Square’s move to acquire an industrial loan charter charter, which Raymond analyst John […]Continue Reading ...
Despite the onslaught of nimble e-commerce start-ups over the last 20 years, Costco Wholesale(NASDAQ:COST) is still outperforming the broader market. In the previous five years, shares of Costco have increased by 86% versus the S&P 500‘s return of 42%. On the other side, it seems Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) can do no wrong. Even when it makes a mistake (like the Fire Phone), Amazon […]Continue Reading ...
For Insulet (NASDAQ:PODD), Iridium Communications (NASDAQ:IRDM), and The Trade Desk (NASDAQ:TTD), 2019 could be a big year. Are these mid-cap stocks perfect for your portfolio? Read on to discover: How a new product serving a massive market could benefit Insulet Why connecting the world through a new satellite service may send Iridium soaring And why […]Continue Reading ...
Market volatility can be unnerving at times, but it always creates opportunities for investors who adopt a long-term mind-set. When other investors are freaking out I like to wade through the carnage and scoop up shares of my favorite businesses while they are trading on the cheap. Visa (NYSE:V), HealthEquity (NASDAQ:HQY), and DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU) are […]Continue Reading ...
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