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  • Upcoming Stock Splits to Consider

    Upcoming Stock Splits to Consider

    Always keep an eye on stock splits. After all, they make expensive, sought-after stocks far cheaper for retail investors who may have missed out on the prior run. In addition, according to Bank of America analysts, stock splits are typically bullish for companies that enact them. On average, returns one-year post-split is 25%, compared to…

  • How to Trade the Biotech M&A Boom

    How to Trade the Biotech M&A Boom

    Biotech stocks are breaking higher. All thanks to the return of M&A. Most recently, Bristol Myers agreed to acquire RayzeBio in a $4.1 billion deal, which is a 100% premium to its Friday closing price. “This transaction enhances our increasingly diversified oncology portfolio by bringing a differentiated platform and pipeline, and further strengthens our growth…

  • A Cheaper Way to Trade Obesity Treatments

    A Cheaper Way to Trade Obesity Treatments

    The obesity epidemic is bursting at the seams.   According to the World Health Organization, obesity has tripled since 1975.  More than 1.9 billion adults were overweight, as of 2016, with more than 650 million considered obese. By 2030, about 20% of the global population will be obese, according to the National Centers for Biotechnology Information.   That’s not…

  • This is Why You Should Never Chase Meme Stocks

    This is Why You Should Never Chase Meme Stocks

    What goes up must come down. Unfortunately, some of us learned that the hard way with meme stocks this week. Over the last few days, shares of AMC Entertainment ran from a low of $2.90 to a high of $11.88. All as “Roaring Kitty” sparked a flurry of meme stock buying activity.  And while it’s been fun to…

  • This is Why Advanced Micro Devices Exploded Today

    This is Why Advanced Micro Devices Exploded Today

    Oversold shares of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are starting to bounce back strong.  All after analysts at Jefferies initiated coverage of AMD with a buy rating, with a price target of $190 a share. AMD even just replaced Nvidia on the Wolfe Research Alpha List. “Our views on NVDA and AMD haven’t changed, but the…

  • Goldman Sachs Bullish on these AI-Fueled Stocks

    Goldman Sachs Bullish on these AI-Fueled Stocks

    Power demand is expected to explode over the next few years thanks to artificial intelligence and data centers. According to JLL.com, “Consumers and businesses are expected to generate twice as much data in the next five years as all the data created over the past 10 years.” “Data center storage capacity is expected to grow…

  • This is Why Cameco Could Rally to Higher Highs

    This is Why Cameco Could Rally to Higher Highs

    With the green energy boom heating up, keep an eye on uranium and related stocks, like Cameco (CCJ). Helping, Congress passed the Russian uranium import ban, which now unlocks about $2.7 billion to expand U.S. nuclear fuel production “The broader package also includes a ban on federal licenses for reactor fuel imported from or produced…

  • Albemarle Has Become an Oversold Bargain

    Albemarle Has Become an Oversold Bargain

    Lithium stocks, like Albemarle (ALB) plummeted on supply issues.  For one, a good deal of fear has been priced into the lithium stock. Two, with lithium prices showing signs of life again, it’s time to buy the beaten-down giant. Three, ALB just declared a 40-cent dividend, which is payable on July 1 to shareholders of…

  • It’s Best to Avoid the Block Stock for Now

    It’s Best to Avoid the Block Stock for Now

    Shares of Block (SQ) just dropped about 8.5%. All on the news federal prosecutors are examining financial transactions. “Internal documents indicate Block allegedly processed crypto transactions for terrorist groups and Square processed transactions involving nations subject to economic sanctions, according to an NBC News report,” as noted by Seeking Alpha. Making things a bit worse, a former…

  • This is Why Uranium Stocks are Pushing Higher Today

    This is Why Uranium Stocks are Pushing Higher Today

    Keep an eye on red-hot uranium stocks. The U.S. Senate just approved legislation to bar imports of Russian uranium. The legislation would ban the imports 90 days after enactment. It contains waivers in case there were supply concerns for domestic reactors. The bill also frees up $2.7 billion passed in previous legislation to build out…