Stocks to sell

Homebuilding stocks, traditionally seen as indicators of economic health and consumer confidence, may currently be sending cautionary signals to discerning investors. The once-vibrant real estate market seems to be on a tenuous footing, with recent data suggesting potential headwinds. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo homebuilder sentiment index has provided a clearer picture, witnessing
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It’s been a tough month for S&P 500 stocks. September slumps are common, and this month is historically the worst for the index. But new factors are emerging that could keep this month’s losing streak going.  Inflation looks stickier than expected. The Federal Reserve just said interest rates will stay higher for longer. Consumer confidence is falling.
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While hopes for long-term returns may lure investors to growth stocks, some of these very stocks should be avoided.  Especially if they’re waving red flags. In fact, I’ve listed seven top growth stocks to avoid because of damaging issues. Growth Stocks to Avoid: Airbnb (ABNB) Source: Diego Thomazini / Shutterstock Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) has a compelling market opportunity.
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AMC Entertainment’s (NYSE:AMC) financial troubles continue as it resorts to share dilution and a reverse stock split to address its growing debt issue. AMC’s recent capital raise, while necessary, has caused discontent among shareholders, leading CEO Adam Aron to defend his decisions. This reveals a growing division among AMC shareholders. The outlook for 2024 box
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In the thrilling world of stock investing, companies continually dazzle us with robust earnings, groundbreaking technologies and an ever-growing base of dedicated consumers. Yet, even amidst this glitter, some begin to lose their luster. As certain companies transition and sometimes falter in their journey, they become evident as stocks to avoid. Undoubtedly, the United States
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The electric vehicle market is extremely competitive, with dozens of established American companies and an increasing number of overseas competitors, primarily from China. Part of the reason for this hypercompetitive space is the growth potential that the EV market has: Both consumers and governments are starting to favor EVs over gas-fueled cars. The growing increase
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The electric vehicle market is extremely competitive, with dozens of established American companies and an increasing number of overseas competitors, primarily from China. Part of the reason for this hypercompetitive space is the growth potential that the EV market has: Both consumers and governments are starting to favor EVs over gas-fueled cars. The growing increase
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Financial technology (fintech) companies that focus on online payments and digital financial services have fallen on hard times since the Covid-19 pandemic ended. These companies saw their share prices surge as consumers sheltered-in-place at home and businesses were forced to move their operations online. However, interest in fintech stocks has since declined sharply and the
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