The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic struck the tourist industry most severely; the tourist industry, in its turn, pulled down airlines. Stocks of the world's largest airlines fell to a minimum costs and the companies started filing for bankruptcy. Passenger flow shrunk by over 80%; nowadays, airlines struggle to fill their airplanes with passengers and survive the crisis.
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Today, I will speak about Twitter stocks (NYSE: TWTR). Twitter earns about 84% of its money on advertising...
On January 29th, 2020 I published an article about Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) Which Stocks Grow During Coronavirus Epidemic?. I could not imagine then that the stock price of this company will sky-rocket to 100 USD. I turned out there were no limits to the greed of investors.
In this article, I will tell you about how to choose stocks for high yield investments and give you particular examples of the stocks that may grow in price by dozens of percent in July.
It turns out that 2.5 billion people all over the world cannot live without visiting their profiles in social networks at least once a month. Today, we will discuss Facebook stocks and the perspectives of the Company.
Short-term investments mean waiting for a certain event that is expected in the nearest future. Depending on your idea, you may be holding the stock for any time between a day and several months.
Today, I will speak about electric cars, Tesla stocks and how rivalry makes car producers cut down on the terms of preparation for serial production.
As soon as the COVID-19 virus escaped China, the problem became global. Exchange indices like S&P 500 rushed down, on their way devastating the wallets of greedy investors who filled their portfolios with stocks at their all-time highs.
Today, I will speak about a victim of COVID-19: the largest US car rental company owning over 750,000 cars - Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HTZ).
Last week we got to know that three of the major carmakers - General Motors (NYSE: GM), Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE: FCAU) - are gradually starting the plants.