Stocks to sell

Source: Tero Vesalainen / Ride-hailing and delivery company Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) continues to disappoint investors on multiple fronts. LYFT stock is down 63% year to date and trading 78% below its initial public offering (IPO) price of $72 per share from March 2019. Currently, shares sit just above their all-time low. The San Francisco-based company
Snap (NYSE:SNAP) couldn’t have had a worse year in its business history. SNAP stock crashed after the warning about the business outlook and has dropped more than 40% since then. The stock is down more than 70% in the past six months and I believe the downward streak will continue. SNAP stock is currently trading
Miami-headquartered cruise operator Carnival (NYSE:CCL) is famous on multiple continents for providing fun getaways. But there’s nothing fun about holding CCL stock through a drawdown, and investors should prepare for choppy waters ahead. It’s been over two years since the Covid-19 pandemic came to the U.S. and wreaked havoc on the nation’s businesses. Among the
The stock market is now highly volatile and investors still fear that the Federal Reserve rate hikes could result in a recession. However, even in the best-case scenario, some stocks remain overvalued. These overvalued stocks will likely face a sharp decline during a market crash. Multiple stocks have already gone through a correction. However, there