Month: December 2020

With Wall Street seemingly souring on Palantir (NYSE:PLTR), the company lacking a solid competitive advantage, and the shares continuing to trade at a huge valuation, I remain bearish on Palantir stock. Source: rblfmr / Shutterstock.com In recent weeks, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse have dropped Palantir to the equivalent of “sell” ratings. Meanwhile, short-seller  Citron
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The sheer dominance of technology in our lives this year has directed investors’ attention towards machine learning stocks. With technological advancements taking place every day, investors have plenty of opportunities for some big gains in the sector. Machine learning has existed since the ‘50s but recent strides in its development have made it a high-growth
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When it comes to Switchback Energy (NYSE:SBE), it may be best to take a “bird-in-one-hand-is-worth-two-in-the- bush” approach. In other words, now’s the time for the owners of SBE stock to take their profits. Switchback’s shares have soared in anticipation of this SPAC’s (special purpose acquisition company) merger with electric-vehicle (EV) charging company ChargePoint. Source: Michael
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Home entertainment stocks have been resilient during the novel coronavirus. But, live entertainment names? Not so much. With lockdown provisions still active in U.S. population centers, this sector is not out of the woods just yet. But, as Pfizer (NYSE:PFE)/BioNTech (NASDAQ:BNTX) and Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) roll out their respective vaccines, we could return to the “old
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The future of healthcare will look so different that you may feel like you stepped into a new universe. From telemedicine to precision medicine to genetic therapy, the global healthcare industry is about to shake up like never before. Source: by InvestorPlace That said, one of the key pillars to getting there is genetic testing,
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What Is the FDIC? The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was created at the height of the Great Depression, following the closure of 4,000 banks in the first few months of 1933 and the loss of $1.3 billion in deposits. President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Banking Act of 1933 on June 16 of that year,
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Due to a combination of several factors, Pfizer’s (NYSE:PFE) vaccine for the novel coronavirus, by itself, may not ever move the needle a great deal for PFE stock. Source: Manuel Esteban / Shutterstock.com On the other hand, over the long-term, Pfizer’s collaboration with German vaccine developer BioNTech (NASDAQ:BNTX), which developed the mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine with
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