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For investors looking for options outside of the headline names, ChargePoint (NYSE: CHPT) could be a great pick-and-shovel choice. Daniel Foelber (ChargePoint): You may have heard of charging names like Blink Charging, (NASDAQ: BLNK), Volta (NYSE: VLTA), EVgo (NASDAQ: EVGO), and Wallbox. For the automakers, a technological edge means everything, but the charging segment is more about which company can be the most efficient. (Source: finance.yahoo.com)
Piper Sandler Senior Research Analyst James Fish joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how he views Zoom's stock drop despite the company beating quarterly estimates and why investors are worrying about growth as the pandemic drags on. (
There's no doubt that the GE Healthcare spinoff and the portion of the company that won't get spun off will be the stronger two, but I think the third business will be the most interesting. Here's why investors should not be quick to dismiss the combination of GE Power, GE Renewable Energy, and GE Digital. As a reminder, GE's plans involve spinning off GE Healthcare in early 2023 (with GE retaining a 19.9% stake in the new company), and then combining GE Power, GE Renewable Energy, and GE Digital into one business and spinning that off in 2024.
(Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden’s move to unleash supplies from U.S. petroleum reserves will flood the market with sour crude that refiners are currently shunning. Most Read from BloombergAsia’s Richest Man Looks to Walton Family Playbook on SuccessionThe 24-Year-Old Aiming to Dethrone Victoria’s SecretNew York City Is Building a Wall of Oysters to Fend Off FloodsThe Women Behind Historic House DesignsFrom Bathhouses to Fisheries, Hidden Inflation Is Creeping Across JapanSour crudes are heavy (Source: finance.yahoo.com)
2021 has been a fantabulous year for stock investors, with the S&P 500 returning 25% year to date. But here’s the bad news: all good things must come to an end, and the clock’s ticking down to the end of 2021. But here’s the good news, too: 2022 might also be not too shabby a year for stocks. Most of Wall Street’s pros believe we’ll see between 8% and 12% growth going forward. That’s a sound return, and in line with the market’s long-term overall gains. What investors need to do now is optimize (Source: finance.yahoo.com)