Stocks to sell

Many people colloquially refer to Nio (NYSE:NIO) as the Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) of China. The term is meant to describe the company’s attractive and futuristic electric vehicles. The problem is, like Tesla, Nio is running a race to long-term profitability that still seems elusive. Source: Shutterstock However, a greater concern for investors regarding Nio stock is
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Undoubtedly, cloud services companies like Okta (NASDAQ:OKTA) offer the most relevant products and platforms. With more organizations taking advantage of the connectivity and cost efficiencies that cloud functions provide, OKTA stock has witnessed a surge in buying interest. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com That said, the industry is still relatively in its infancy. While early
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Snap (NYSE:SNAP) stock has defied the predictions of many analysts, myself included, and made a comeback. The social media company has become more successful by offering new functionality and making its platform more useful to advertisers. Source: ArthurStock / Shutterstock.com However, SNAP stock price has slid in recent weeks, and worries about SNAP”s competition have
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Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL, NASDAQ:GOOG) has become range-bound. Google stock has failed to gain traction over the last year. Despite double-digit profit growth, lawsuits and privacy concerns have left Alphabet stock unable to gain traction. Source: Valeriya Zankovych / Shutterstock.com To be sure, the company continues to innovate. Although it still derives the majority of its revenue
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Over the last several years, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) has achieved a remarkable turnaround, and AMD stock has followed comfortably along. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com Long considered an afterthought to Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC) innovative leadership, the spirited semiconductor firm has been punching well above its weight. As a result, the AMD stock price over the
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It was not a good August for General Electric (NYSE:GE) stock. Accountant Harry Markopolos, famous for blowing the whistle on Bernie Madoff,  published a 175-page report, which alleged that GE had widespread fraud, including concealing $38 billion of losses. On the news, General Electric stock plunged 11%. Source: testing / Shutterstock.com But GE’s management swiftly
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