Stocks to sell

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) certainly hasn’t been the market darling in 2024 that some other Magnificent Seven members have been. However, Apple isn’t undervalued and Apple stock isn’t currently a bargain. It’s wise to wait for a share-price pullback before buying Apple shares.  Also, even as Apple embeds its iPhones with Apple Intelligence artificial intelligence features, investors shouldn’t assume that
Snowflake (NASDAQ:SNOW) has been in the cloud industry “penalty box” since former CEO Frank Slootman retired suddenly at the end of February. Snowflake is a cloud data warehouse that competes with Cloud Giants like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), as well as privately held competitors including Databricks, Motherduck and Clickhouse. Its fall has been precipitous.
In May, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Colorado-based audit firm BF Borgers with massive fraud. Specifically, the SEC stated that the auditor had engaged in “deliberate and systemic failures to comply with Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) standards in its audits and reviews incorporated in more than 1,500 SEC filings from January
After Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) reported better-than-feared second-quarter delivery figures, investors saw a 15% surge in Tesla stock. Despite beating forecasts with 443,956 vehicle deliveries, a 4.8% decline from last year suggests ongoing sales challenges. Competitor General Motors reported a 40% rise in EV sales for Q2. With Tesla’s second-quarter financial results due on July 23, its