Stocks to sell

There are some pharma stocks to sell in April. Holding these companies is too risky, especially as the industry faces increasing regulatory scrutiny and pricing pressures. Several major pharmaceutical firms are grappling with patent cliffs, where key drug exclusivities are expiring. This opens the door for generic competition. Moreover, with the broader market presenting attractive
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Intel stock (NASDAQ:INTC) is synonymous with the semiconductor industry. Their chips power everything, from laptops and desktops, to data centers and immersive gaming experiences.  Once the undisputed king of the semiconductor domain, the company is experiencing major setbacks that challenge its near term growth prospects. This includes the company’s large operating losses, use of debt,
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One of the best ideas for surviving market ambiguity is to focus on utility stocks. Since the enterprises underlying this category benefit from a natural monopoly, they effectively command permanent relevance. Still, even this ecosystem can become a short-seller target. Ordinarily, you wouldn’t look for short trades in the regulated power and resource space. Nevertheless,
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In January, I published MarketMasterAI’s top 500 stocks to buy for the first half of 2024. The AI-powered system ranked the largest American firms by market capitalization and chose what it believed to be the best investments for the next six months. The first three months have been admittedly mixed. A-grade companies have performed splendidly,
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Semiconductors are being called the “oil of the 21st century.” Much like energy reserves, the U.S. government is securing reliable sources of semiconductors to fuel economic and technological growth. By 2030, the U.S. could produce 20% of the world’s most advanced semiconductors, according to American Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo. The U.S. currently produces between 10%
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The stock market has thousands of investment opportunities readily available within a few clicks. You just have to log into your brokerage account, initiate a market order for your desired ticker, and you suddenly have exposure to a company. While it’s incredibly easy to invest in stocks relative to other investments, publicly traded corporations don’t
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