Stocks to buy

Financial markets have been feeling the effects of recent geopolitical issues like inflation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. So, naturally, investors are seeking ways to protect their money, and small-cap stocks to buy could provide a counterintuitive solution. First, let me state off the bat that acquiring shares of firms with smaller-than-average capitalization is
Luxury stocks are gaining traction as their brands seek ways to enter the metaverse, which combines mixed reality (MR) with social gaming, e-commerce, and the blockchain. Many luxury names are increasingly investing in the metaverse to bolster their digital presence. Analysts at Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) estimate that non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and social gaming could expand the total addressable market
U.S. markets may look volatile these days, but plenty of investment opportunities are still available for savvy investors, particularly in foreign stocks. With U.S. markets under considerable stress, it may be a great time to look outside our borders to research robust international shares. Foreign stocks enhance portfolio diversification and allow investors to profit from
Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL) stock had an amazing 2021. Its fundamental performance was excellent. That strong performance translated into a stock that appreciated by 66.75% throughout 2021.  Source: turbaliska / Shutterstock.com That rapid increase has resulted in share prices that flirted with the $3,000 threshold at times during 2021. That raises a question of when too much
Base metals have seen record-high prices that have doubled across the board year-over-year (YOY). The recent rally in metal prices has also put metal stocks in the limelight. Booming industrial activity, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and post-pandemic supply chain issues boost the metal industry as a whole. Investing in metal stocks such as
The Global X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF (NYSEARCA:LIT), one of the most liquid benchmarks of the electric vehicle (EV) market, declined over 10% year-to-date to just above $75 per share, but it still surged 15% on a year-on-year basis. Lucid Group (NASDAQ:LCID), a young and innovative EV company, lost 32% since the beginning of the year to