The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared on Monday as Donald Trump’s tax leak faild to deter risk-seeking investors.
Wall Street is betting on newly emerging electric car firms. Yet strategists say the general sentiment around Tesla stock is highly bearish.
Although hedge funds are turning bullish on stocks, the market’s main growth catalyst is running out of steam.
The stock market is soaring to record highs, but unemployment remains elevated. What does this mean for investors?
Morgan Stanley has upgraded EV maker Tesla from underweight to equal weight. This comes after a rally fueled by an impending stock split.
The weakest stock in the S&P 500 is down 64% in 2020, and controversy surrounding Kylie Jenner may be to blame.
Nikola’s stock meltdown has taken shares back to where they started when the company went public. Management have only themselves to blame.
The stock market is being buoyed by hopes for more $1,200 stimulus checks, but further government aid won’t prevent a big correction.
Tesla stock has been stable above $1,480. But analysts are starting to question the survivability of the electric car market, minus Tesla.
Apple saw record-high iPad and services revenues in China, recording a revenue of $9.33 billion in Q3, further diversifying its business.