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  • CVNA's 30 day story count now stands at 21.
  • Over the past 29 days, the trend for CVNA's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 13.
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What's Going On With Carvana Stock?

Carvana (NYSE: CVNA) updated investors about its upcoming quarter. The figures showed impressive progress toward cutting costs and improving profit margins. This video will highlight what the latest announcement means for Carvana investors.

Yahoo | March 25, 2023

3 Meme Stocks to Sell Before They Go to Zero

Investors who have low-liquid or pump-and-dump shares in their portfolio may consider some meme stocks to sell before their potential drop.

Julia Magas on InvestorPlace | March 24, 2023

VORB Stock: Cost to Borrow Virgin Orbit Nearly Doubles

Virgin Orbit is in focus as the company reportedly secured financing, staving off bankruptcy and sending VORB stock soaring.

Bret Kenwell on InvestorPlace | March 24, 2023

Stock Market Sell-Off: Is Carvana a Buy?

Carvana is trying to get out from under an onerous debt pile, but lenders seem reluctant to play along.

Yahoo | March 24, 2023

Should You Buy Carvana (CVNA) on the Possibility of a Rebound?

While Carvana (CVNA) seems to be pivoting on a better path, it still has lots to prove. Unless the company shows continued tangible progress on meeting its targets, it is better to remain on the sidelines.

Yahoo | March 23, 2023

$8.3 Billion Reasons to Avoid This Growth Stock, Down 98% From Its High

Carvana (NYSE: CVNA) made a big mistake when it slammed the growth accelerator during the pandemic years; total debt quadrupled in just a few years to $8.3 billion. The Federal Open Market Committee's aggressive shift in interest rate policy tightened the lending environment last year, and now Carvana's scrambling as investors demand profitability from their stocks. The stock's 98% decline from its high is a loud statement about the market's skepticism toward Carvana.

Yahoo | March 23, 2023

CVNA Stock Alert: Why Carvana Is Up 16% Today

Carvana is busy making changes to its debt.

David Moadel on InvestorPlace | March 22, 2023

Why Investors Shouldn’t Be Fooled by the Meme Stocks Rally

Gamestop just reported impressive earnings, sending meme stocks soaring.

Samuel O'Brient on InvestorPlace | March 22, 2023

Carvana Tries Something New To Solve Its Problems

The "Amazon of used cars" has a plan to restructure its debt that its bondholders refuse to accept.

Yahoo | March 22, 2023

2 Stocks to Watch as the Fed Boosts Interest Rates Again

The stock market suffered a setback late Wednesday, with major market benchmarks falling in the last hour of trading after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter percentage point. Declines for the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC), Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI), and S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) were close to identical. Investors reacted negatively to the idea that rates might remain high longer than hoped, and comments from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) likely wouldn't boost the amount of assets protected by deposit insurance also seemed to raise fears about the health of the banking system.

Yahoo | March 22, 2023

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