Easily my least favorite stock to cover, Vinco Ventures (NASDAQ:BBIG) is the bane of my existence. While some companies can be rather obfuscating regarding what they actually do, Vinco really takes the cake. It’s a self-inflicted stun grenade — or flashbang to use special operator parlance — one that leaves BBIG stock staggering in a
Boeing (NYSE:BA) stock effectively symbolizes the strength of U.S. diplomatic influence and its military prowess. However, the thorns of interconnectivity raise big questions for the company. Source: vaalaa / Shutterstock.com As you know, the Biden administration along with western allies have imposed severe sanctions on Russia following its decision to invade Ukraine. Due to the
BRC Inc. (NYSE:BRCC), which does business as the Black Rifle Coffee Company, recently closed its reverse merger and went public on Feb. 10. BRCC stock shot up from the $10 to $11 range it had been trading at. As of Friday, Mar. 4, it is at $18.60. This puts its valuation in nosebleed territory. Source:
Does the world really need another electric vehicle (EV) start-up? This is the question which California-headquartered Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) — and really, anyone considering investing in MULN stock — will need to answer. Source: Shutterstock It’s going to be difficult for Mullen to justify its existence, as there are plenty of EV manufacturers already and
Three years ago, I warned against buying stock in Nio (NYSE:NIO), the Chinese luxury electric vehicle (EV) maker. At the time, the stock was selling at $6 per share. Source: Robert Way / Shutterstock.com I was wrong. Two years ago, as the Covid-19 pandemic began, China’s government put a floor under the NIO stock price.
Much like its corporate name, sentiment about Block (NYSE:SQ), formerly Square, seems to change at the drop of a hat. Before, the crowd was avoiding SQ stock in droves. Source: Sergei Elagin / Shutterstock.com Partially due to the cycling out of tech, but mostly due to growing bearishness about its prospects, shares in the fintech
Tritium DCFC Limited (NASDAQ:DCFC) is a designer, manufacturer and supplier of current chargers for electric vehicles (EVs) across the globe. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Australia, but it made headlines when it went public by combining with Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation II. In other words, DCFC stock went public via
When it comes to gambling, they say, “the house always wins.” But that hasn’t been the case with DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG) and DKNG stock. The i-gaming and online sportsbook operator has captured a large share of the fast-growing U.S. internet gambling market. Source: Tada Images / Shutterstock.com The problem is that it spends around $2.83 on expenses
Embattled theatre chain operator AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) stock has picked up in the past month. A lot had to do with its somewhat encouraging preliminary fourth-quarter results. Source: Helen89 / Shutterstock.com It’s now released its final fourth-quarter earnings results, which are nothing to feel joyful about despite showing progress. AMC stock continues to trade at
Cassava Sciences (NASDAQ:SAVA) is a clinical-stage biotechnology company trying to fight and cure Alzheimer’s disease. Its laudable mission is “to detect and treat Alzheimer’s disease.” The “mission” of SAVA stock, on the other hand, is unclear. Source: Pavel Kapysh / Shutterstock.com Since 2016, this biotechnology company has had no revenue at all. None. This is a
Evidence strongly indicates that the Chinese government is continuing to intentionally harm Alibaba (NYSE:BABA). Meanwhile, the company’s recently released third-quarter results for BABA stock were uninspiring. Source: Nopparat Khokthong / Shutterstock.com Its cloud business, after existing many years, is still losing money. Given all of these points, I remain bearish on BABA stock. Indeed, I
There really isn’t any good news in relation to DiDi Global (NYSE:DIDI) stock. Bottom fishers could concoct some sort of bullish thesis about the beaten down Chinese ride share stock in an effort to convince investors to get on board. That might convince a little bit of capital to rush into the shares. But at
If you go bottom-fishing for value, you might get trapped. This is a harsh lesson that California-based Skillz (NYSE:SKLZ) is unintentionally teaching investors as SKLZ stock just keeps on printing fresh lows. Source: Dennis Diatel / Shutterstock.com Now, this might sound appealing to value-focused investors. After all, you’re supposed to buy low and sell high, right?
Six months before Enron fell more than 98%… When Wall Street and the media were still praising it as a great company to buy… Louis Navellier’s legendary stock grading system flashed an urgent warning to get out. Unfortunately, thousands of everyday people missed out on this warning and were led right into the historic collapse.
Vinco Ventures (NASDAQ:BBIG) is a complicated company. Vinco is planning to merge with ZASH Global, it is acquiring digital advertising service AdRizer and it is spinning off its crypto business, Cryptyde. As a result of all these moves, BBIG stock has been quite volatile. Source: vincoventures.com Over time, however, it’s becoming clear that Vinco faces
Headquartered in Burlington, Mass., Desktop Metal (NYSE:DM) is an additive manufacturing company that’s mainly known for its 3D printing business. The terms “additive manufacturing” and “3D printing” might entice technology investors to consider a long position in DM stock, but be careful. Source: Pixel B / Shutterstock.com It’s entirely possible to believe in a business niche,
At around $20 per share today, is Nio (NYSE:NIO) an opportunity, or a trap? In my view, the latter. Many changes over the past twelve months have, and continue to, put pressure on NIO stock. A little over a year ago, shares in this China-based electric vehicle (EV) maker were flying high. Source: Sundry Photography /
We’re just over a year removed from the shocking short squeeze that upended Wall Street. In late January 2021, GameStop (NYSE:GME) stock surged from around $50 to nearly $500 in the span of a few days, opening investors’ minds to a whole new type of trade. If enough people started to buy a company’s stock
In July of last year, Mad Money‘s Jim Cramer tried to warn prospective investors about Chinese ride-hailing giant DiDi Global (NYSE:DIDI). Referring to Chinese initial public offerings (IPOs) in general and DIDI stock in particular, Cramer cautioned, “you should steer clear of them at all cost.” Source: DANIEL CONSTANTE / Shutterstock.com In a similar vein, DoubleLine founder
Block (NYSE:SQ) investors are in a tough spot right now. Down 67% in the past six months, SQ stock continues to drop in price. Many may be trying to bottom-fish with this fintech firm, formerly known as Square. Source: Piotr Swat / Shutterstock.com But as the factors that drove its epic decline remain, buying it