Stocks to sell

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic,  several sectors have grabbed the limelight. In particular, due to the advent of social distancing, online businesses flourished.  Zoom (NASDAQ:ZM), which provides a video-communications platform, was a major beneficiary of the trend, causing ZM stock to boom. Source: Michael Vi / Shutterstock.com Trading at $67 towards the end
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While virtually every business sector suffered devastating losses during the initial onslaught of the novel coronavirus pandemic, among the worst-hit industries was food services. Suddenly, once-popular eating establishments found themselves staring at zero traffic, sending restaurant stocks cratering. Fortunately, gradual acclimatization and the vaccine rollout helped bring the sector back from the brink. However, economic
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Cannabis company Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) is undeniably a disappointment. Meme traders sent TLRY stock to an unsustainable high of $67 in February. Since then, the stock has fallen steadily. Source: Jarretera / Shutterstock.com As this Canadian cannabis firm aims to expand to the U.S., should the owners of its stock hold onto their shares? The Bearish
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In the least surprising news of the month, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) 44-page report revealed little about the mania that carried GameStop (NYSE:GME) and GME stock to an all-time high of $483 earlier this year.  Source: Shutterstock / mundissima “[T]he run-up in GME stock price coincided with buying by those with short positions.
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After months of sideways price action, Covid-19 vaccine play Ocugen (NASDAQ:OCGN) stock is zooming higher once. Source: shutterstock.com/PhotobyTawat The big development is a likely Emergency Use Listing (EUL) from the World Health Organization (WHO) for Covaxin. Developed in India by Bharat Biotech, Ocugen holds the U.S. and Canadian rights to market this vaccine. An EUL certainly
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Just over a year ago, Hyliion (NYSE:HYLN) was one of the hottest electric vehicle special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) plays out there. Just before its “de-SPACing,” excitement over this maker of electric trucks and powertrains briefly sent HYLN stock to prices over $50 per share. Source: Shutterstock Flash forward back to now, and where are shares changing
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