On September 8th, the quotations of General Motors (NYSE: GM) stocks leaped up by 9% all of a sudden. The reason was electric cars: that day, it became known about the partnership between GM and a young innovative company Nikola (NASDAQ: NKLA).
Now those investors who missed the growth of stock prices in summer have to look for something to make money on. The time has come to pay attention to pharmaceutical companies again.
Snowflake filed an application for an IPO in the US SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission). The S-1 form has been filed but the exact price of placement and sales volumes are yet unknown.
At the beginning of June, one stock of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) cost 1000 USD. It took the company 10 years to reach this stock price; moreover, two months later, the stock price reached 2000 USD.
As the saying goes: “Only the first million USD is hard to earn”.
In this article, we will discuss two companies working on the implementation of artificial intelligence that have become an intrinsic part of modern life.
Stock split is a good opportunity to invest in the world’s largest companies at reasonable prices. In our case, splits are made by Apple, Warren Buffett’s favorite company, and Tesla, which is considered as one of the most promising developing companies.
The electric vehicle industry is developing by leaps and bounds, stocks are constantly growing, but the market has potential. It's not too late to jump on the fast departing train.
The Boeing Company is one of the largest suppliers of aviation, space, and military equipment. Boeing stocks up to the crisis cost more than 380 USD...
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.
Today, I will speak about Twitter stocks (NYSE: TWTR). Twitter earns about 84% of its money on advertising...