The stock market changes from minute to minute, and what’s hot today may not be hot tomorrow. Our expert analysts spot hot stocks that are heating up before the crowd swoops in to bid prices higher, and our journalists sift through the noise to shine a light on trending investments -- in spaces ranging from quantum computing to marijuana stocks -- to determine whether they’re actually worth your time.
Bed Bath & Beyond, Uber and Alphabet are our hot stocks for tomorrow. Let's look at what's going on with these names now.
As the recent delivery disappointment may be more than just a short-term hiccup, continue to steer clear of NIO stock.
LCID stock traders should remain cautious as competition is fierce in the electric vehicle market and Lucid's financial condition isn't ideal.
It's fine to try a short-term trade with STR stock, but the biggest gains could come to Sitio Royalties' patient buy-and-hold investors.
Cathie Wood is bullish in machine learning, and AI stock is a pure-play artificial intelligence investment to consider.
It doesn't look good for RIVN stock investors as Rivian delivers relatively few electric vehicles but sends lots of workers home.
QS stock has disappointed some eager investors, but an eventual recovery is likely as QuantumScape develops unique battery-cell technology.
TSLA stock appears to be on the comeback trail as Tesla's strategy of slashing EV prices turns out to be surprisingly effective in China.
MSFT stock could be weak in the coming months as Microsoft's fiscal stats and outlook indicate little to no momentum.
Amazon seems to want to take over practically every industry, but AMZN stock could struggle if the company overextends itself.
Here are seven heavily shorted penny stocks that can potentially witness a sharp reversal rally in the foreseeable future.
As the e-commerce giant makes some generic medicines more accessible, AMZN stock deserves to run much higher this year.
So, is TSLA stock a buy or a sell? It depends. Long-term holders should stay put. Those who bought in right before the big rally should lock in their fast profits. Investors who have mulled entering a position should wait for a more opportune entry point.
Ford, Starbucks and Qualcomm all report earnings, making them three of our hot stocks for tomorrow. Here's how they're setting up now.
SOFI stock appears to be curling for a comeback as SoFi Technologies surprises Wall Street with record quarterly revenue.
Arrival prefers micro-factories over giga-factories. It's an interesting idea, but holding ARVL stock in 2023 is a risky proposition.
SOFI stock is likely to struggle as SoFi Technologies may have trouble earning revenue from federal student loan refinancing.
For those that want to zig while others zag, these heavily targeted stocks represent the short-squeeze candidates to watch this month.