Stocks to sell

It’s all smiles for the owners of Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock right now following its better-than-expected earnings report. But if you have NVDA stock, don’t get too comfortable. Source: Shutterstock For one thing, its earnings beat was largely driven by its gaming sales that were less bad than expected. That’s good enough to salvage this quarter, but
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After Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) reported its earnings recently, many analysts predicted that Apple’s business prospects in China would stabilize. However, America’s recent tariff hike and the level of negative rhetoric on both sides are big headwinds for Apple stock. Source: Shutterstock In the last two quarters, Apple has blamed the slowdown of its sales in
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China-based electric-vehicle maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) continues to suffer. A rally that briefly took Nio stock above $10 per share in March came to a screeching halt following earnings. Source: Shutterstock Now, on top of increased competition and mounting losses, worries about its status in the U.S. market following tariffs have added to the uncertainty. The
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I suppose every analyst has that one company that they can’t seem to get right. For me, that’s Shopify (NYSE:SHOP). I haven’t found Shopify stock convincing because I don’t really care for its financial performance. Nevertheless, many investors could care less about what I think, and with SHOP, they’re absolutely right. Last year, in May,
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Investors already knew Sprint (NYSE:S) has been on the defensive, struggling to remain competitive in a market that powerhouses AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) dominate. But, until Tuesday of last week, when Sprint reported its fiscal fourth-quarter results, the owners of Sprint stock may not have fully realized just how much trouble the company
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I suppose there are worse stocks out there to own than AT&T (NYSE:T). AT&T does pay a solid dividend, admittedly. Its 6.7% yield is among the highest in the market among large-market-capitalization stocks. And T stock does benefit from a base of reasonably stable revenues, particularly in the core wireless business (what AT&T calls the
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