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: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Bull Run or Bull S#*t?

The S&P 500 (SPY) has impressively broken out above 4,000. However, it seems that ONLY large caps are moving higher while smaller stocks are actually in the red. Why is this? And what does it mean for the future health of this bull market? Read on below for the answers…

: TM |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Auto Stocks That Could Benefit The Most From Biden's EV Plan

Most expect that President Biden's infrastructure plan will pass. The plan contains $174 billion in funding to promote EVs. Here are three stocks that could emerge as big winners from the plan: TM, HMC, and VWAGY.

: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Top 10 Growth Stocks

Let me prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are in the midst of a stock market bubble. Even better, let me explain why stocks (SPY) will rise for another 12-24 months so you can ride it higher and then parachute out at the peak. And just for good measure I will share my top 10 stocks for today’s market. Read on below for more...

: GLW |  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Manufacturing Stocks to Buy as the Industrial Sector Heats Up

Against a backdrop of dovish monetary policy and protectionist trade relations, the U.S. manufacturing sector has been recovering rapidly. And because manufacturing activities are expected to increase significantly in the coming months with an anticipated economic recovery, we think it’s wise to bet now on Corning (GLW), Timken (TKR), Mueller (MLI), and Vishay Precision (VPG). They are established players in this space. Read on.

: OTEX |  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Strong Software Stocks to Scoop Up Now

The application of software solutions across several industries has been increasing at a rapid rate thanks to the ongoing, global, digital transformation. And because the remote working trend is likely here to stay, we think it is wise to buy the shares of Open Text (OTEX), Verint Systems (VRNT), and Commvault Systems (CVLT). These software producers are well-positioned to gain significantly in the coming months. Read on.

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: ZIM | ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Shipping Stocks Rated Strong Buy

Shipping stocks are buoyant as the global economy begins its rebound from the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. We think ZIM Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM), Matson (MATX) and Global Ship Lease (GSL) are three companies that are well positioned to benefit from a sector resurgence and, as such, warrant a closer look now by investors. Let’s evaluate these names more closely.

: NIO | NIO Inc. ADR News, Ratings, and Charts

NIO vs. Geely: Which Electric Vehicle Manufacturer is a Better Buy?

The electric vehicle (EV) market is expected to expand thanks to continued innovations and government initiatives to gradually replace internal combustion vehicles with EVs. So, can NIO Inc. (NIO) and Geely Automobile (GELYF) capitalize on these tailwinds? Read on to learn if either of these stocks is a good buy now.

NASDAQ: ENPH | Enphase Energy, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Solar Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally by More Than 20%

Increasing governmental policy support worldwide to achieve net zero carbon emissions has incentivized Wall Street to place huge bets on the renewable energy industry. Consequently, many solar companies are finding new ways to capitalize on the industry tailwinds, and analysts expect Enphase Energy (ENPH), SolarEdge (SEDG), and ReneSola (SOL) to deliver more than 20% returns in the next 12 months. Let’s discuss these names in more detail.

NYSE: SHOP | Shopify Inc. Class A Subordinate Voting Shares News, Ratings, and Charts

Avoid These 3 Cathie Wood Stocks in April

Cathie Wood’s contrarian investment strategy may not be ideal for short-term, risk-averse investors with limited funds because most of Wood’s bets require a considerable holding period. So, we think Wood favorites Shopify (SHOP), Spotify (SPOT), and Zillow (Z), which could witness a pullback in the near term, are best avoided now.

NASDAQ: TSLA | Tesla, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

Tesla vs. Lordstown Motors: Which Electric Vehicle Stock is a Better Buy?

Companies in the electric vehicle (EV) space delivered big gains to investors in 2020. But for 2021, should one bet on an EV market leader Tesla (TSLA), which has concrete plans for growth and anticipates building 50% more vehicles this year than last, or gain exposure to emerging player Lordstown Motors (RIDE), which is still at a pre-revenue stage but is trading at an attractive multiple and for which analyst forecast massive growth in 2022? Let’s discuss.

NYSE: WFC | Wells Fargo & Company  News, Ratings, and Charts

Should You Buy Wells Fargo Into Earnings?

Wells Fargo (WFC) has been a notorious underpeformer for many years. Yet, it's starting to show signs of life with an impressive 60% gain in the last few months. Patrick Ryan breaks down what you need to know.

NASDAQ: ASTC | Astrotech Corporation News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Astrotech a Good Aerospace Stock to Add to Your Portfolio?

Commercial equipment manufacturer for aerospace defense, Astrotech (ASTC), is suffering depressed profit margins and stock price momentum given the slump in the global airline industry. But the question is, as domestic and international travel picks up in the coming months as expected, will ASTC be able to generate adequate profits to justify its current valuation? Read more to find out.

NASDAQ: AMZN |, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

E-commerce Industry in 2021: The Complete Investors Guide

The e-commerce industry was already growing before the pandemic hit. But what used to be a convenience is now a necessity. Even as the economy opens up, e-commerce is here to stay and is poised for growth. In addition to providing an overview of the industry, David Cohne evaluates five of the biggest e-commerce stocks such as (AMZN), eBay (EBAY), Shopify (SHOP), Alibaba Group Holding (BABA), and Wayfair (W).

NYSE: IIPR | Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc.  News, Ratings, and Charts

Should Cannabis Investors Buy Innovative Industrial Properties Stock?

Cannabis-focused REIT Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) has benefited handsomely from the booming cannabis market and investors’ optimism surrounding its decriminalization by an increasing number of states. However, the company still faces several headwinds. Federal legalization of cannabis is not yet a reality in the United States. We think that this, along with the company’s overvaluation amid heated competition in the cannabis space, could cause the stock to suffer a pull back soon. Let’s discuss.

NYSE: GLW | Corning Incorporated  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Buy-Rated Growth Stocks to Grab in April

Technology sector growth stocks sold off earlier this year as investors rotated to reasonably priced stocks that are well positioned to gain with an economic recovery. However, amid a potentially rapid economic recovery, a new set of stocks has been emerging as potential growth stocks. Corning (GLW), Weyerhaeuser (WY), Tempur Sealy (TPX), and Louisiana (LPX) possess solid growth attributes, and we think investors seeking to capitalize on those attributes should consider buying these names. Read on.

: TCNNF | Trulieve Cannabis Corp. News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Cannabis Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally By at Least 25%

The rapid pace of legalization at the state level and meaningful progress on cannabis decriminalization at the federal level make Wall Street optimistic about the upside potential of several fundamentally sound stocks in this space. Three examples of these stocks that analysts believe are well positioned to rally by at least 25% over the next 12 months are: Trulieve Cannabis (TCNNF), Cresco Labs (CRLBF), and KushCo Holdings (KSHB). Read on.

NYSE: GPN | Global Payments Inc.  News, Ratings, and Charts

Global Payments Ready to Breakout?

Global Payments (GPN) is approaching a key level of resistance in its chart. This is a bullish pattern and the stock may breakout soon. Read more to learn how to take advantage of this set up.

: POSH | Poshmark, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

Down 60% Since Going Public, is Poshmark a Buy?

Poshmark (POSH), a fashion social marketplace, is down almost 60% since its offering. The company is well known for its new and used apparel, but is it worth buying on this massive dip? Patrick Ryan provides his analysis on the company and whether its a solid stock.

NYSE: CRM | Inc  News, Ratings, and Charts vs. HubSpot: Which CRM Stock is a Better Buy?

Software stocks Salesforce (CRM) and HubSpot (HUBS) are being rewarded by investors given the rising demand for remote-working software solutions in the current era of hybrid work structures. A favorable industry backdrop and continued innovations should allow both stocks to keep moving higher in the coming months. But let’s find out which of these stocks is the better buy now.

NYSE: MO | Altria Group, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

3 High-Yielding Tobacco Stocks to Fire Up Your Returns

The tobacco industry saw solid growth last year on an unusual rise in smokers due to pandemic-linked stress and lock-down blues, and on consumer demand for next-generation smoking products. Also, with rising Treasury yields and anticipated inflationary pressures, it makes sense for investors to buy high-yield stocks. So, against this backdrop, we think Altria Group (MO), Imperial Brands (IMBBY), and Schweitzer-Mauduit (SWM) could be solid picks now.

NASDAQ: PLUG | Plug Power, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Clean Energy Stocks Wall Street Loves

With growing climate change concerns, governments worldwide are taking measures to transition their countries to a renewable energy-driven future. Because the cost of storing clean energy has fallen considerably and alternative energy is expected to be a more prominent source of energy in many economies over time, we think it wise to bet on Plug Power (PLUG) and Array Technologies (ARRY) now. Plug in and read on.

: ZM | Zoom Video Communications, Inc. -  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Popular Stay-at-Home Stocks to Avoid as More of the Population is Vaccinated

Because the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations has been better than expected in the United States, increasing numbers of people are spending less time at home. As a result, a dependence on companies that provide remote services is gradually reducing. This, coupled with rising Treasury yields, is causing a pullback by these stocks. As this trend is expected to continue, we think it could be wise to now avoid stay-at-home stocks Zoom Video Communications (ZM), Teladoc Health (TDOC), Fastly (FSLY), and Peloton Interactive (PTON). Let’s take a closer look at these names.

: ARVL | Arrival Limited News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Arrival a Winner in the Electric Vehicle Industry?

After becoming a publicly traded company last month, shares of Arrival have been plunging. Is not the time to buy this electric truck and bus manufacturer?

NASDAQ: TRMB | Trimble Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

An Infrastructure Stock Cathie Wood Loves

Renowned investor Cathie Wood has been increasing her stake in software development company Trimble, Inc. (TRMB), which might prove to be the next big thing for the stock. While many investors are betting on raw material and construction stocks amid a perceived impending infrastructure boom, Wood has taken a different approach and is investing in the digitization of infrastructure industries through TRMB stock. If you're curious why, then let’s take a closer look.

NYSE: RTX | Raytheon Technologies Corporation News, Ratings, and Charts

Raytheon Technologies vs. Lockheed Martin: Which Defense Stock is a Better Buy?

The defense industry has been unshakable during the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid rising geopolitical tensions, spending on evolving warfare technologies has driven revenue increases for U.S. defense contractors. Hence, we expect leading defense stocks Lockheed Martin (LMT) and Raytheon Technologies (RTX) to deliver solid returns in the coming months. But let’s find out which of these stocks is a better buy now.

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