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Throughout this novel coronavirus pandemic, I have consistently warned against plant-based meat producer Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND). Despite its many blips and dips, investors should still remain wary about the company. Along with being a fad, consumers will eventually wise up to the many chemicals necessary to produce fake meat. Thus, I still can’t recommend Beyond
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There’s something about space and the great unknown that has always intrigued us. Movies and novels have tried to quench our thirst, but our quest for the stars does not end there. Virgin Galactic (NYSE:SPCE) stock offers the only opportunity to invest in space travel at the moment. However, that’s not to say the company
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At first glance, buying shares of Novavax (NASDAQ:NVAX) seems very appealing. NVAX stock has climbed over 3,200% in 2020 so far. Source: Ascannio/Shutterstock.com Furthermore, the company is part of Operation Warp Speed. This means the federal government has given Novavax funding to help rapidly move its vaccine candidate through clinical trials. But investors have been
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Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, investors have nervously searched for quality “stay-at-home” stocks to protect their portfolio. Streaming stocks, in particular, have been a relatively bright spot in an otherwise down economy, with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Spotify (NYSE:SPOT), and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) up between 50%-80% this year. So why is Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU), a video-on-demand (VOD) platform
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After peaking at over $100 earlier in July, sellers pulled Fastly (NYSE:FSLY) shares down to below the $80 level. Last week, FSLY stock rose by over 20% ahead of its earnings report scheduled for August 5, after the market closes. Source: Pavel Kapysh / Shutterstock.com Why are investors so enamored with this application software company?
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What in store for American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) post-pandemic? Sure, a rapid comeback in AAL stock is possible. But, compared to other airline plays, it faces a tougher road ahead. Source: GagliardiPhotography / Shutterstock.com How so? Firstly, one could argue that low-cost carriers like Southwest (NYSE:LUV) are better airline recovery plays. Secondly, the airline faces more
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As expected, General Electric’s (NYSE:GE) second-quarter earnings were dismal, sending GE stock lower by 4.35% on July 29, the day the report was delivered. Source: Sergey Kohl / Shutterstock.com The industrial conglomerate lost 15 cents a share in the June quarter though revenue of $17.75 billion beat Wall Street estimates of $17.12 billion. Although revenue
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Inovio Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:INO) is a hot stock to watch right now.The shares of INO stock are up more than 647% from a year earlier. Source: Ascannio / Shutterstock.com In some ways, that is surprising, given that the pharmaceutical company doesn’t currently have any products on the market. The stock jumped after Inovio entered the race
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Sometimes I get asked to write an article and feel like my InvestorPlace colleagues have said everything I can think of saying. That’s the case with Hertz (NYSE:HTZ). The company is in bankruptcy proceedings, yet somehow Hertz stock has become the apple of speculators’ eyes. Source: aureliefrance / Shutterstock.com Because of this interest in Hertz
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Carnival Corp. (NYSE:CCL) is making intelligent moves in response to novel coronavirus pandemic. The company is selling ships, cutting costs, and streamlining operations, but investors are still skeptical of investing in CCL stock. Source: Ruth Peterkin / Shutterstock.com We are still a long way away from seeing volumes return to pre-pandemic levels. Cruise lines served
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In recent weeks, shares of alternative energy stocks like FuelCell (NASDAQ:FCEL) have caught investors’ attention. Since the lows hit in March, FCEL stock is up about 155%. On June 10, the shares hit a 52-week high at $3.42. Now, they are hovering at $2.5. Source: Kaca Skokanova/Shutterstock The Connecticut-based renewable energy firm makes fuel-cell (FC) power
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