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It’s been a really good year for  Universal Display (NASDAQ:OLED) stock. The company develops organic light-emitting diode  (OLED), which  gained significant traction and momentum in 2019, largely thanks to increased demand from mobile and tablet makers. As it did, Universal Display’s revenues and profits surged higher, boosting OLED stock. Source: Daniel Pieterson / Shutterstock.com OLED
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Generally, people turn to large-cap stocks when the future looks uncertain. It’s almost cliche but has an element of truth to it. Large-cap stocks are generally more diversified, so if one part of the company’s portfolio gets hit, it has more to make up for it. And some even have counter-cyclical components, specifically for this
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Give credit where credit is due. I’ve had more than my share of worries about Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) this year, but thanks to a third-quarter earnings report last month that impressed investors, Intel stock has rallied nicely. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com And the gains are deserved. From a fundamental perspective, Intel’s Q3 was impressive. Headline
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Another big day on Tuesday has the Nio (NASDAQ: NIO) stock price higher by 67.6% in the past five trading sessions. That’s a massive move by any standard, but investors should be careful about reading too much into the huge swing in the stock. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com There are plenty of market forces
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Stocks have taken a pause to reflect on some economic numbers and earnings. It seems investors are caught between optimism for what the fourth quarter holds for consumers and the rising risk that the U.S. isn’t immune from the global slowdown. There are plenty of ways to argue both for and against a strong Q4,
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A stock like Hexo (NYSE:HEXO) is going to look intriguing to some investors. After all, the HEXO stock price has dropped 73% in a little over six months. Source: Shutterstock That plunge itself could draw in investors who try to time bottoms, particularly those who are bullish on the long-term opportunity in cannabis. Certainly, in
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