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Cayman Islands-based StoneCo (NASDAQ:STNE) offers financial technology solutions and has operations in Brazil. This might sound like an intriguing international investment opportunity, but in reality, STNE stock is just a toxic asset that should be avoided. Source: FOTOGRIN / Shutterstock.com Don’t misunderstand — there was a period of time when StoneCo’s shareholders made a killing. The
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Semiconductor companies offer a lot of highly liquid securities that encourage risk-taking in all time frames, from intraday scalping to monthly market timing. The sector also supports various profit strategies, including momentum trading, basket allocations and short selling. It acts independently in many market phases, going its own way while major indices push higher or lower. This
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With rise in trading activity coupled with interest in penny and meme stocks, investors, in general, are looking for quick gains. It makes sense to allocate some funds for short-term trading. However, there is little doubt on the point that best returns come from long-term stocks. Talking about investing and the patience to hold quality
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As investors we can do all the homework necessary to find opportunities. But sometimes the game becomes rigged – pun intended – thereby putting us at risk. Today my mission is to suggest that there are stocks to avoid in the energy sector. This will be a tough sell because prices there are incredibly strong.
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I read a statistic on Morning Brew at the start of the week that suggests GameStop (NYSE:GME) no longer has the safety net the shorts once provided. So, now it’s up to activist investor and GameStop Chairman Ryan Cohen’s grand plan to get shares back to $200 or higher. Source: Shutterstock What’s Cohen’s grand plan?
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The self-directed individual retirement account (SDIRA) is for investors who are determined to go beyond the usual investments that are available for retirement accounts—way beyond, in some cases. Self-directed retirement accounts are currently available from most financial institutions. These accounts offer a wide range of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, including exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and
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