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  • 3 Fintech Stocks to Avoid Into the End of 2022

    The rise of fintech companies has caused a radical shift in how we make payments, borrow money, insure, and manage wealth. However, 2022 has been a challenging year for fintech companies as venture capitalists have tamped down on their investment in the sector. In the third quarter of fiscal 2022, global fintech funding fell 38% quarter-over-quarter to […]

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  • 1 Stock You Should Think Twice About Buying

    E-commerce and tech giant Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) guided a slowdown in sales growth for the holiday season, making investors anxious. The company expects net sales between $140 billion and $148 billion for the year’s final quarter, below analysts’ expectations, representing a year-over-year improvement of as little as 2%. “We are seeing signs all around that, again, people’s […]

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  • 2 Nasdaq Stocks You Need to Sell Before 2023

    The Fed recently announced its fourth consecutive 75-bps rate hike and is expected to implement further hikes in the near term. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell believes, “It’s very premature, in my view, to think about or be talking about pausing (rate hikes).” Consequently, the interest rate-sensitive and tech-heavy Nasdaq composite has lost 4.7% over the past […]

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  • Don’t Fall Victim to These 2 EV Stocks

    With increasing climate change concerns, rising costs of fossil fuels due to geo-political turbulence and ever-depleting supplies, and growing inclination toward lower operational and maintenance costs, the global automotive industry is fast transitioning toward e-mobility. Including electric vehicles, charging networks, infrastructure, and energy storage, the global electric mobility ecosystem is projected to grow at 23.7% CAGR […]

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  • With Big Tech Crumbling, Here’s Where to Invest Now

    Last week, several formerly high-flying, large-cap tech stocks fell back to earth after disappointing third-quarter earnings results. Investors counting on these well-known names will be disappointed. Instead, it’s time to look at companies that put investors first… Third-quarter earnings from Alphabet (GOOG), Microsoft (MSFT), and Meta Platforms (META) came out on Wednesday, October 26. Much slower growth than anticipated […]

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  • 2 Internet Stocks That Are Better Buys Than Google Right Now

    As the Federal Reserve is fighting sky-high inflation with its aggressive rate hikes, the capital-intensive tech sector has witnessed a massive selloff due to investors’ concerns over their rising borrowing costs. This has led to the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite losing 34.8% year-to-date. Multinational conglomerate Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) has registered weak momentum over the past months. […]

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  • These 2 Stocks Are Falling Knives

    It is good to see a Head and Shoulders pattern in the making and to see it in the final stage is great luck. Fortunately, I spotted one such pattern in the chart of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) The stock price of Tesla has been trading in a big range between $180 and $414 after it managed to […]

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  • 1 Stock to Get Excited About Again

    After two quarters of subscriber declines and slowing growth, streaming major Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) bounced back in some fashion as it added more subscribers than analysts estimated in the third quarter. NFLX reported a net gain of 2.41 million subscribers, which was considerably higher than the average 1.1 million additions expected by analysts. Amid rising competition from […]

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  • The 3 Worst Internet Stocks to Buy in This Market

    The Internet industry thrived, thanks to the paradigm shift following the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the weak macroeconomic environment spells trouble for companies that expanded exponentially to capitalize on the pandemic-led opportunities. Many such companies are now struggling with high costs and fierce competition. According to Statista, internet users in the United States have grown from […]

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