Stocks to buy

Growth stocks have been fairly resilient, considering challenges such as high interest rates and the prospect of a recession within the next twelve months. This resilience notwithstanding, however, make no mistake. There are plenty of growth stocks at risk. In fact, many of the high-profile growth names that have either performed strongly or held steady
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Chinese EV manufacturer Xpeng (NYSE:XPEV) has been performing well this year, sustained by what appears to be strong bullish sentiment. Monthly deliveries have improved notably for XPEV stock, with September deliveries coming at 15,310, up 81% year-over-year. In Q3, the company delivered 40,008 units, a 72% increase from Q2. Xpeng expanded its reach to European
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As we enter the halfway point of November, investors looking to capitalize on the burgeoning hydrogen market should consider these top three hydrogen stocks. Each has shown promising potential in an industry poised for growth as the world shifts towards cleaner energy solutions. So here are the best hydrogen stocks to consider. New Fortress Energy
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SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) made headlines with a robust Q3 report, reaffirming its status as a top fintech stock. SOFI stock added 717,000 members, marking a 47% year-over-year increase. Beyond its roots as a student lender, SoFi has evolved into a comprehensive financial services hub.  The quarter witnessed a significant $2.9 billion deposit growth, crucial for
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Welcome to the world of AI (artificial intelligence) investing! As technology rapidly evolves, learning how to invest in artificial intelligence becomes crucial. Savvy investors repeatedly focus on the AI sector, viewing it as a hub of breakthrough developments and investment opportunities. This is especially vital for seasoned stock market players and beginners aiming to expand
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Editor’s note: “The ‘iPhone For AI’: Betting Big On Artificial Intelligence” was previously published in October 2023. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available. Despite all the hype surrounding the internet throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, the internet didn’t really take off until Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in
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