Stocks to consider selling

Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) stock perked up in early August after the social-media platform’s CFO, Ned Segal, talked up the company’s potential subscription service. Segal’s statement came only weeks after CEO Jack Dorsey said on a conference call with analysts that we will likely see “some [subscription] tests this year.” Source: Worawee Meepian / Shutterstock.com Naturally, investors
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There’s been one relatively consistent rule in the market over the past few years. Winning stocks generally have stayed stocks to buy, while losing stocks have stayed stocks to sell. That trend is part of a “growth versus value” split in which high-growth, high-priced stocks have significantly outperformed the rest of the market. There have
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Hertz (NYSE:HTZ) stock represents ownership in a company that investors should be very wary of. Market speculation regarding HTZ shares is high in this volatile market. Source: aureliefrance / Shutterstock.com As investors abandon rational investment behavior the company finds many are willing to risk purchasing its stock. However, Hertz has attempted to stick it to
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Here at InvestorPlace, we tend to write about subjects and companies that our readers have expressed interest in. That’s why I’m writing about Chesapeake Energy (OTCMKTS:CHKAQ) today. I’m the fifth InvestorPlace contributor to write about Chesapeake Energy stock in the past two weeks alone. Source: Casimiro PT / Shutterstock.com I don’t think there’s any question
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There is no shortage of opinions from InvestorPlace writers telling you the same thing. Chesapeake Energy (OTCMKTS:CHKAQ) is bankrupt. And if you still own Chesapeake stock, your shares will likely be deemed worthless by the court. Source: Casimiro PT / Shutterstock.com I also argued against buying into the bankruptcy trade in June. It seems investors
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Genius Brands (NASDAQ:GNUS) and GNUS stock are intriguing and have a great deal of potential. Source: patat / Shutterstock.com But given the stock’s still-stratospheric valuation and the lack of clear-cut success by the company, I think that it’s not yet a good time to buy the shares. Genius Brands’ app, The Kartoon Channel, received primarily
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Many stocks hammered by the novel coronavirus have bounced back, but not names like Carnival Cruise Lines (NYSE:CCL). Investors may be willing to take a gamble with airlines, but CCL stock just makes people nervous. Source: Ruth Peterkin / Shutterstock.com No surprises here. While airlines are slowly climbing back from their lows, cruise ships remain
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Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) delivered very strong second-quarter results, and there’s a great deal to like about the company, including its extremely popular games and its loyal and rapidly growing user base. Activision Blizzard stock is another question altogether, though. Sonos Speaker Sets: Bundle and save up to $126 vs. purchasing individual components. Source: Piotr Swat
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Over the years, I have consistently pounded the table on groundbreaking technology firms. Collectively, we’re entering a period where multiple innovations are converging at once, sparking what I term the “Roaring 2020s.” Certainly, electric vehicles represent a vital cog in this gear. However, this does not include bizarre gimmicks like Electrameccanica Vehicles (NASDAQ:SOLO). Thus, I
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On Aug. 5, cruise stocks wavered on news that they would again extend their no-sail date through October. This hit shares of Carnival (NYSE:CCL), Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE:NCLH). Fortunately for investors, Carnival stock managed to stabilize for the rest of the week. The problem is, obviously, that without cruises there isn’t
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If you’ve ever glanced at Luckin Coffee (OTCMKTS:LKNCY) and thought about buying some Luckin stock, hear me say this: don’t do it. Even though company shares are down 95% from their peak, Luckin’s $2.50 stock price still reflects a buoyant alternate universe. Source: NewsToday / Shutterstock.com In reality, corporate insiders, preferred shareholders, and Chinese market
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