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Riot Blockchain vs. Silvergate Capital: Which Cryptocurrency Stock Is a Better Buy?

In one expects Bitcoin prices to rise going forward, it makes sense to look at Riot Blockchain (RIOT) and Silvergate Capital (SI). Both stocks are trading at a premium but have the potential to continue gaining in price if the crypto market momentum proves to be sustainable. Let’s discuss.
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Riot Blockchain vs. Silvergate Capital: Which Cryptocurrency Stock Is a Better Buy?

In one expects Bitcoin prices to rise going forward, it makes sense to look at Riot Blockchain (RIOT) and Silvergate Capital (SI). Both stocks are trading at a premium but have the potential to continue gaining in price if the crypto market momentum proves to be sustainable. Let’s discuss.
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Tesla vs. Geely: Which Electric Vehicle Manufacturer is a Better Buy?

The electric vehicle (EV) industry is growing at a rapid pace and as such is attracting the entrance of established manufacturers, such as the China-based Geely (GELYY). But are these new entrants in general, and Geely specifically, able to threaten Tesla's (TSLA) leadership position? Read on.
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Nuvve vs. ChargePoint: Which Electric Vehicle Stock Is a Better Buy?

Nuvve Holding Corp (NVVE) and ChargePoint Holdings (CHPT) are participants in the EV infrastructure sector. But despite a galloping rally by the sector last year—on investor infatuation with the industry’s prospects given the global embrace of the need to address climate change—the two stocks have lost momentum in 2021 and are now trading significantly below their record highs. We think this makes them attractive buys now. But which of the two stocks is the better buy? read on to find out.
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Tesla vs. Lordstown Motors: Which Electric Vehicle Stock is a Better Buy?

Companies in the electric vehicle (EV) space delivered big gains to investors in 2020. But for 2021, should one bet on an EV market leader Tesla (TSLA), which has concrete plans for growth and anticipates building 50% more vehicles this year than last, or gain exposure to emerging player Lordstown Motors (RIDE), which is still at a pre-revenue stage but is trading at an attractive multiple and for which analyst forecast massive growth in 2022? Let’s discuss.