Stocks to buy

As far as newly minted stocks go, China’s electric car maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) is off to a miserable start. Nio stock, currently trading near $4.00, is now down more than 30% from its September IPO price. Perhaps the startup isn’t the next Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) after all. Source: Shutterstock Or maybe it is — and investors only
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Shares of United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) have certainly encountered some turbulence as of late. United Airlines stock is now lower year to date, even on the heels of an impressive earnings beat. Tariff turmoil and higher oil prices certainly have taken their toll, but look for UAL stock to begin a turnaround over the coming weeks.
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Shares of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) haven’t been able to sidestep the selling pressure over the past few weeks. Shares have pulled back, with FB stock falling from roughly $200 down to $180. However, the pullback has been very orderly so far and is even finding some moving average support. Source: Shutterstock Is this investors’ chance to
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If you’re like me, the current bout of trade-induced volatility isn’t sitting too right. And while swings and bear markets are a part of investing, the kind of big plunges we’ve recently seen does make for some sleepless nights. Which is why the stocks to buy today could be America’s blue-chip stocks. Blue-chip stocks don’t
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In a market near all-time highs, chemical stocks look like a potential source of value. Shares of top chemical companies still look reasonably cheap, with many priced at a mid-teen — or lower — multiples to earnings and free cash flow. That said, there are some reasons why the sector appears cheap. Chemical stocks are
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Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) rose, then fell in after-market trading because its results beat low expectations while its outlook remained muted. Source: Shutterstock Non-GAAP net income came to $543 million, 88 cents per share fully diluted, on revenue of $2.22 billion. This just hit the earnings whisper and beat official estimates by 7 cents. Earnings were up
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The trade war is back, and that’s bad news for Chinese stocks. In late 2018, Chinese stocks and broader financial markets dropped as trade tensions between the U.S. and China escalated. But, in 2019, those tensions cooled off, and the tone from top trade officials from both countries was largely and consistently positive. In response,
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Both China and the U.S. are toughening their positions, and the market is feeling the brunt. According to Deutsche Bank analyst Zhiwei Zhang, there is now a 60% probability that the two sides cannot reach a deal in May and tariffs will be imposed on the remaining Chinese exports (around $300 billion), including mostly consumer
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VMWare (NYSE:VMW) has an interesting market niche and an interesting backstory. The company started in 1998, but was acquired by the massive data storage company EMC in 2004. The combination meant there was now one company that could manage huge amounts of data and could also store it and allow its customers to manipulate late
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Shares of Disney (NYSE:DIS) initially popped and then dropped after the media giant reported stellar second-quarter numbers that topped expectations across the board, and broadly confirmed that 2019 is on track to be a record year for the company. Source: Shutterstock If the results were so stellar, why did DIS stock drop in response? Broader
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It seems appropriate that a food-related IPO backed by Bill Gates would open with a tech-like bang, but that’s what’s happened to Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND), the California producer of plant-based foods. It went public May 5, gaining 163% in its first day of trading. Up 217%, it has gotten investors excited about food stocks to
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