Just a few short years ago, if you were to ask your average retail investor what a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) is, chances are, you’d get plenty of blank stares. Now, SPACs are all the rage, which presents both opportunities and concerns. Frankly, it’s difficult not to have some doubts regarding these shell companies…

Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) is a leading online payments processing platform. PSFE stock came public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). The firm merged with SPAC Foley Trasimene Acquisition Corp. II in March. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com That’s where the trouble started for Paysafe shares. You may recall that the peak of SPAC enthusiasm came…

Identifying stocks to buy on the dip will always be a winning strategy for long-term investors. So you should always keep some companies on the radar to get long when stock prices become more attractive. Therefore, today’s article discusses seven stocks to buy on the dip in the winter months. JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) strategist Marko…

Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) has been struggling since closing outs its special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) deal. PSFE stock has shed more than 40% of its value since completing the merger with Foley Trasimene Acquisition II in late March of this year. Plus, weak guidance for the third quarter has weakened the stock even more lately. However,…

The rapid legalization of sports gambling in the United States since 2018 has opened the door for many opportunities. And not just for “sharps,” and “wannabe sharp” sports bettors. In fact, given that success in beating the spread is easier said than done, what might be your best bet? Investing in several of the publicly-traded…

On March 31, Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) debuted for public trading after completing its special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) merger with Foley Trasimene Acquisition II. The sentiment was generally optimistic at first, but soon Wall Street soured on PSFE stock. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com To be honest, the relentless slide in the share price has caught me off…

Backed by billionaire Bill Ackman, Pershing Square Tontine (NYSE:PSTH) may have been one of the hottest special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) earlier this year. However, after what played out last month, that’s certainly no longer the case. As fellow InvestorPlace contributor Ian Bezek recently wrote, this name’s deal to purchase a stake in Universal Music…

The last time I wrote about BlackBerry (NYSE:BB) was in mid-June. At the time, I said BB stock is something I would NOT want to own.  Source: Shutterstock And while BB has since lost 23% of its value, it’s still up 57% year-to-date and 119% over the past year. As a result, BlackBerry’s market capitalization…

Great investment ideas can be found in many ways, and one place you may want look is the list of stocks owned by Wall Street’s richest people. The most successful hedge fund managers, private equity titans and even the financiers who now only manage their own capital can be a resource as you make new…

When I last wrote about Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) in April of this year, I was skeptical of the SPAC craziness in the general sense of bringing young, pre-profit companies to the market. However the SPAC acquisition that led to PSFE stock stood out from the crowd of speculation. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com Paysafe is an…

Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) stock represents a few broad trends making it interesting, and ultimately worthy of speculation.  Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com The payments solutions provider has several decades of business operations experience behind it. It recently became publicly traded after merging with a shell company led by Bill Foley.  Paysafe is interesting in that it…

When the going gets rough, it’s OK to stay in the trade as long as you’re invested in a good company like Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE). That’s easier said than done, though, as PSFE stock has pulled back sharply from its peak price. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com Are there reasons to still believe in Paysafe? There is…

Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) stock doesn’t get the same respect as its peers, but it almost certainly was a better buy. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com Often, when choosing stocks, the best choices are not the names that are getting the most press and the most shout-outs from retail investors. Instead, under-the-radar stocks that have powerful catalysts…

It seems like fintech stocks as a class are some of the biggest winners of the day. The big acquisition by Jack Dorsey and his fintech giant Square (NYSE:SQ) is catalyzing sympathy gains across the entire industry. So, what’s going on in this corner of the market today? Source: Shutterstock Well, most gains stem from…

Special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) have been on a massive losing streak lately. Just about all of the high-profile SPACs have been caught up in the undertow. This has hit Paysafe Limited (NYSE:PSFE), a leading online payments company. PSFE stock is set to open August trading at $10.79. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com Paysafe came public…

From a bird’s eye view, SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) is easily one of the most relevant names in the public equities market, leveraging its fintech solutions to democratize financial access for a new generation. As a result, many bought into SOFI stock, which debuted as a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). Source: rafapress…

It figures that on one of the rare occasions I’m bullish on a speculative stock, I’m on the wrong side of investor sentiment. However, that appears to be the case with Paysafe (NYSE:PSFE) stock. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com I’ve been convinced that Paysafe stock should stand out on the long list of SPAC stocks that have…

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