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Beware The Rebound In Home Depot 

Shares of Home Depot (NYSE: HD) are up nearly 3.0% in premarket trading because of a strong Q1 earnings report. The report beat the consensus in all metrics and reveals an acceleration of business if nothing else.

Thomas Hughes

Solar Stocks Dim This Year After Luminous 2020

It was only a few months ago that investors and journalists were touting the strong performance of solar energy stocks like SolarEdge (NASDAQ: SEDG), SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR) and Enphase Energy (NASDAQ: ENPH).

Kate Stalter

3 Great Reopening Stocks to Buy Now

These types of headlines have big implications for many of the reopening stocks, which is why we’ve put together a list of 3 great reopening stocks to buy now. Keep reading below to learn more.

Sean Sechler

4 EV Stocks With Sky High Short Interest 

With the entire EV market on the rocks these stocks look ripe for short-covering rallies and short-squeezes.

Thomas Hughes

Micron Technologies Stock is a Bargain at These Levels

Memory and storage chip giant Micron Technology (NYSE: MU) stock has been selling off with the rest of the chip stocks as investors flee growth for value stocks amidst the global chip shortage.

Jea Yu

2 Electric Vehicle Stocks that Plunged More than 7% Last Week

The electric vehicle (EV) industry experienced tremendous growth last year. However, a global semiconductor chip shortage and overvaluation concerns have caused EV stocks to retreat this year. This, along with the rising competition in the EV space, makes us think the near-term growth prospects are bleak for prominent EV players Tesla (TSLA) and NIO (NIO). Read on.

Samiksha Agarwal

3 Buy-Rated Tech Stocks That Are More Than 20% Off Their Recent Highs

As investors have rotated away from expensive tech stocks amid a reopening economy, some fundamentally strong tech stocks have lost value too. The prices of Salesforce (CRM), Qualcomm (QCOM), and Synopsys (SNPS) stocks are currently down more than 20% from their recent highs. But, given their sound fundamentals, we think these price levels could be great investment entry points. Let’s discuss.

Nimesh Jaiswal

4 Gold Stocks Under $10 to Buy Now

Increasing purchasing power due primarily to falling unemployment and fiscal stimulus policies are driving rising inflation in the United States. This environment makes for a favorable backdrop for gold because the precious metal tends to perform well in inflationary conditions. Hence, we think investors seeking to capitalize on the turnaround in gold prices could bet on mining stocks Kinross Gold (KGC), Yamana Gold (AUY), Alamos Gold (AGI), and Centamin (CELTF). They are all still trading at reasonable prices.

Sidharath Gupta

Tonix Pharmaceuticals: Buy, Sell, or Hold?

A licensing agreement with OyaGen for an antiviral inhibitor of SARS-CoV-2 contributed to small-cap pharmaceutical company Tonix Pharmaceuticals’ (TNXP) ability to attract significant attention from young Robinhood investors. But is the stock a buy ahead of the release of interim results from trials of the company’s lead CNS product, TNX-102 SL? Let’s find out.

Tech Stocks Soared During the Pandemic. Here's What That Means for Your Business.

The world is saturated with tech solutions post-Covid. Here's how to navigate the landscape.

Ariel Shapira

Vipshop vs. Coupang: Which Asian E-commerce Stock is a Better Buy?

Rapid technological advancement and a change in consumer buying behavior have been major driving forces behind the Asian e-commerce industry’s exponential growth. But while some Asian e-commerce companies have the capacity to increase their market shares, Vipshop (VIPS) and Coupang (CPNG) don’t appear to be able to maintain their current market shares, let alone increase them. So, let’s evaluate if either of these two stocks is a buy now.

Imon Ghosh

Why XLE Has Room to Run Higher

As the economy continues to open up, there is more and more demand for energy, which is great news for investors in the Energy Select SPDR ETF (XLE). Read more to learn why the ETF has a lot more to run in the upcoming months.

Andrew Hecht