Stocks to sell

Videogame retailer GameStop (NYSE:GME) has been one of the most heavily-covered stocks this year. Fueled by Reddit’s short squeeze, GME stock turned into a “meme stock”. However, the short interest has now largely evaporated, and it’s time for it to prove its mettle.  Its push towards an eCommerce model requires a multi-faceted approach, which appears
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As we race out of the global pandemic, is there still a need for the Covid-19 vaccine being developed by biopharmaceutical company Ocugen (NASDAQ:OCGN)? And what does that mean for OCGN stock? Source: Shutterstock The Malvern, Pennsylvania-based company’s share price has largely been propped up in recent months on excitement related to its proposed vaccine
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In my last write-up for Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ:RIDE) stock, I suggested that the company may be overvalued based on economic metrics. Source: Postmodern Studio / Shutterstock.com Specifically, unemployment trends for the construction industry were more negative than the national trend, which suggested that commercial fleet owners would not be willing to open their wallets. Naturally,
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AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) has become famous for its “meme stock” presence. In other words, AMC stock and others have become the go-to short-squeeze names and have become well-known favorites among Reddit traders.  Source: rblfmr/Shutterstock.com Earlier this year, we saw an incredible development. Massive short-squeezes across the board had algos, retail traders and others looking to
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Special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) deals that looked great in February now look very dicey. Like the effort by Churchill Capital IV (NASDAQ:CCIV) to buy electric car maker Lucid Motors and become LCID. The CCIV stock story highlights the risks in the SPAC phenomenon. Source: Dmitry Demidovich/ShutterStock.com First, you don’t know the merger target. Once
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As someone who’s been very bearish on fuboTV (NYSE:FUBO) stock, I admit that Fubo’s first-quarter results came in way above my expectations. Source: monticello / Shutterstock.com Still, I remain doubtful about whether Fubo’s service will ever be appealing to the vast majority of consumers. And I think that the company’s extraordinarily high marketing and content
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Reporters are falling over themselves overestimating the value of AT&T’s (NYSE:T) deal with Discovery Networks (NASDAQ:DISCA, NASDAQ:DISCB), but DISCA and T stock are both dropping. Source: Shutterstock The nominal value is $43 billion. The two partners are combining assets in a new company, with AT&T shareholders getting 71% of it and Discovery shareholders the rest.
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