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Why These Former Meme-Stock EV Companies Are Surging Now

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While both Lucid and Nikola have since brought EVs to market, both companies' stocks are currently trading at fractions of the valuations they had at their peaks. While the company's work has advanced considerably since 2020, that timetable still holds true in 2024. Data by YCharts. Those run-ups didn't last, as you can see.

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3 Companies Already Working on the Next Phase of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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These companies are developing quantum computing systems capable of processing mountains of data in seconds, which would take decades for a conventional computer. The company began building quantum machines in 2006 and is pioneering a new type of quantum bit, or qubit for short, which is akin to a bit in a conventional computer.

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Can Ford Become a $100 Billion Company Once Again?

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To say that Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) hasn't been a worthwhile investment would be putting it lightly. Investors were clearly extremely excited about the trajectory the company was on at that time. The company also posted a huge operating loss of $4.4 The EV segment is also dragging down results of the overall company.

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Is Tesla Just a Car Company?

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One of the biggest knocks against electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is the idea it's just a car company, not a tech giant that deserves a place among the Magnificent Seven. Let's explore some of Tesla's capabilities outside of manufacturing EVs and assess what the company could look like in the long run. billion $1.44

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Can Nvidia Become the World's Largest Company?

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Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) has become a candidate to overtake Microsoft and Apple as the largest company in the world. The chart below shows the trailing 12-month (TTM) total of each company's net income. trillion, easily surpassing Microsoft as the world's largest company. trillion and $2.6 trillion, respectively.

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3 Companies I'm Watching Closely This Earnings Week

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In this video, I will go over the three companies I'm watching closely ahead of a big earnings week. With the recent market volatility and uncertainty, these companies will provide investors with valuable information. Stock prices used were from the trading day of April 19, 2024. The video was published on April 22, 2024.

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Kellogg's Good Company/Bad Company Spin-Off Is Tough to Swallow

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But the difference with Kellogg is that the iconic food maker's good company/bad company spin-off is likely to lead to a major adjustment in both the business and the dividend policy. Given the company's name and history, cereal was also considered somewhat sacred. Image source: Getty Images. It's a common move on Wall Street.

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