Stocks to sell

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) isn’t the same company it was during the Covid-19 pandemic. Lockdowns and pandemic woes have lifted, making way for a post-pandemic hangover that sees a seriously shaky economy. Netflix is dealing with increased competition, which is slowing growth and leading it to predict a drop off of 2 million paid subscribers in the
If Digital World Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ:DWAC) stock isn’t the worst investment ever, I don’t know what is. The heavily hyped special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that is supposed to take public former President Donald Trump’s social media company, Trump Media and Technology Group, has imploded following the failure of Truth Social, a Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) clone that
The article covers the airline stocks to sell during the current downturn American Airlines (AAL): Gigantic debt load which will take years to reverse Allegiant Air (ALGT): Rising fuel costs will weigh down near-term results Delta Air Lines (DAL): Debt to equity ratio is concerning while DAL stock trades at a lofty valuation SkyWest (SKYW): 
Robinhood (NASDAQ:HOOD) stock has kept falling without any indication of it bottoming out, and it has recently dipped even more with Gary Gensler’s stock trading proposal. The company’s finances aren’t doing great either, as Robinhood has missed its earnings expectations this quarter, leaving an even more bearish outlook for the stock. Robinhood is clearly struggling,
HEXO (NASDAQ:HEXO), a company that produces, markets, and sells cannabis in Canada, has seen its shares decline 70% in 2022 to now trade at approximately 20 cents. How low can the shares go? In early January, they were trading at about 74 cents. The company has reported its third-quarter (Q3) 2022 results. Investors should analyze
Selecting stocks to sell has become an urgent priority for those investors who want to cash out before the expected recession hits hard. Investors are wary of further declines to come in this bear market. The benchmark S&P 500 index is down around % year-to-date (YTD). Meanwhile, the sell-off in growth stocks led to a 30%