Stocks to buy

What’s new with IBM stock? IBM (NYSE:IBM) announced a milestone in semiconductor manufacturing yesterday. Now, the company is able to produce chips that are just 2 nanometers thick. Source: shutterstock.com/LCV On top of that, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna recently joined the White House and members of Congress in endorsing the Endless Frontier Act. The bill
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The transformation from petrol and diesel vehicles to electric vehicles is an important part of the global push towards cleaner energy. Electric vehicle stocks have outperformed traditional automakers in the last year. It’s very likely that pure-play electric vehicle company stocks will remain outperformers. However, almost all automakers are making a gradual shift towards electric
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Growth stocks soared in 2020, with tech shares leading the way. The SPDR S&P 500 Growth ETF (NYSEARCA:SPYG) gained 78.3% from March 23 to Dec. 31. When investors learned of the efficacy of the coronavirus vaccines at the end of the year, a rotation out of growth stocks took place in the market, as a
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It may seem counterintuitive given the extreme speculation in the market these days. Prime evidence comes from trading equities on margin, which in March 2021 again hit an all-time high. However, investors ought to consider safe stocks to buy. No, I’m not suggesting a wholesale shift. But the craziness warrants some exposure to the dull
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I continue to stand by Canadian cannabis company Sundial Growers (NASDAQ:SNDL), but I admit it’s been getting tougher to defend my position. SNDL stock has continued to decline, providing ammunition to critics. Source: Shutterstock Low-priced cannabis stocks are speculative. There’s risk involved with an investment in Sundial Growers, and this will remain true for the foreseeable
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Chinese electric car maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) saw its shares appreciate in value spectacularly in 2020. Nio ended the year at $48.38, for an eye-popping 1,080% gain. However, 2021 hasn’t been so rosy for Nio stock. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com After climbing to a $62.84 close on Feb. 9, NIO stock has slumped. Now trading
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Carnival Corporation (NYSE:CCL) stock hasn’t had a great year, the pandemic has arguably hit cruise line operators the most. Source: Ruth Peterkin / Shutterstock.com With their inability to facilitate social distancing and their dependency on global travel, cruise lines have shut down during the crisis. However, major cruise liners are now seeing a remarkably strong
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If you’re a believer in the growth of electric vehicles (EVs), Chargepoint (NYSE:CHPT) remains an attractive opportunity. And even though CHPT stock is slowly beginning to bounce off its springtime lows, there is plenty of upside remaining. Source: YuniqueB / Shutterstock.com As you may recall, Chargepoint is a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) stock that
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The pandemic created a shift from storefront to e-commerce, which is a trend that bodes well for fintech stocks. With global saving rates topping $5.4 trillion, we are likely to see an increase in consumer spending as we approach the new normal. With the digital payments expected to be the norm in the future, all
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Theoretically, we really should have seen a renaissance in value stocks during the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic. With an unprecedented crisis rippling throughout the international community, the global equity markets initially tumbled on the mass spread of the disease. If anyone wanted to go contrarian, they should have done so on the companies
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Not infrequently, Wall Street focuses excessively on relatively inconsequential details and ignores the “big picture.” When that happens, great long-term buying opportunities are frequently created. I think that phenomenon is playing out now with clean-energy stocks in general and Stem (NYSE:STEM) stock in particular. Source: Lightboxx/ShutterStock.com Stem has developed software, powered by artificial intelligence, that
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