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There is currently a lot of volatility surrounding Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) stock. The company soared nearly 20% higher on positive news contained in its Q3 earnings report. Source: Tada Images / Shutterstock.com The company also expects that growth should continue into the next quarter. That has investors wondering if now is the time to get…

The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on every aspect of our lives. Travel, work or real estate, everything has seen a transition, and our homebuying habits have also changed significantly. Opendoor (NASDAQ:OPEN) is making the most of this change and is offering products and services that meet the demands of the consumers of today.…

Online real estate platform Zillow (NASDAQ:ZM) recently shook up the industry when it announced its departure from the iBuying business. Sizeable losses had built up in its home-flipping business, so the company shut it down. However, Zillow’s other business segments, such as mortgages and media, haven’t made much money either. Nevertheless, the Zillow debacle shouldn’t deter…

We have been talking about the tiredness in the market all week, and now we’re finally seeing some of the froth coming out of it. With that in mind, let’s look at a few top stock trades as the market takes a breather. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 1: Nio (NIO) Nio (NYSE:NIO) stock…

Ever since Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) stock fell to a low of around $14, its rally following its quarterly results is holding. It’s been trading around $24 for the last few days. Source: Tada Images / Shutterstock.com On the chart, OPEN stock triggered a multiple bottom signal between May and August. The bottom is around $15.…

The strong housing market has been a catalyst for housing stocks. And it appears this rally has legs. You only need a basic understanding of economics to know that there is inflation in the economy. Yes, the core Consumer Price Index (CPI) came in lower than expected in September. But for many households and small…

The housing market has been red hot this year, thanks to a number of intersecting catalysts. However, it seems like Zillow (NASDAQ:Z, NASDAQ:ZG) is struggling to handle the heat. Over the weekend, the digital real estate company announced it would pause operations in its automated home-flipping business. That has created an opportunity for competitor Opendoor…

Digital residential real estate site Opendoor (NASDAQ:OPEN) still looks like good value, despite the huge gains OPEN stock has made recently. Source: PREMIO STOCK/Shutterstock.com As I wrote in my article on September 28, Opendoor’s excellent earnings in Q2 combined with its huge buying program and rising real estate prices means higher profits. OPEN stock is up…

After a strong rally on Thursday, stocks opened higher on Friday despite a worse-than-expected jobs report. After fading a bit lower on the day, let’s look at a few top stock trades for next week. Top Stock Trades for Monday No. 1: Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL, NASDAQ:GOOG) has been the best-performing FAANG stock so…

When it comes to the stock market, the general consensus is that cheap stocks are cheap for a reason. However, there are times where a good business or good opportunity is under-appreciated by the stock market. Those stocks seem to slip through the cracks, even though many of these companies are well-known entities. Granted, a…

When the greatest stock bull market comes to an end, the rubble left in investor’s portfolio by this nuclear event will be littered with failed special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). Some will likely be fantastically successful, while others will flame out and never recover their highs — particularly those associated with Chamath Palihapitiya. Source: PREMIO STOCK/Shutterstock.com…

OpenDoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) was founded to automate the back-end of housing retail. That’s a laudable goal. But OPEN stock is not content being the dealer in this market. Instead, the company has become a player, raising cash to buy houses on its own. Source: PREMIO STOCK/Shutterstock.com This means the numbers it reports have nothing to…

After ignoring Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) for much of the year, investors finally noticed the company last week. OPEN stock erased most of the losses that it had posted last summer after it reported its quarterly earnings on Aug. 11. Source: PREMIO STOCK/Shutterstock.com Opendoor is a leading digital platform for residential real estate. A Blowout Quarter…

One of the more popular initial public offerings via a merger with a special purpose acquisition company, Opendoor Technologies (NASDAQ:OPEN) fronted an intriguing proposition: leverage the power of digitalization to sell or secure your next home. Given that paperwork for traditional real estate transactions is incredibly onerous, a much-needed solution undergirded OPEN stock. Source: PREMIO…

Covid-19 Goes Endemic. Is Your Portfolio Ready? When the coronavirus pandemic first hit the U.S. in 2020, I found myself at Home Depot (NYSE:HD) shopping for makeshift gym equipment. The mad rush for stay-at-home fitness gear had pushed prices of ordinary workout weights into the hundreds of dollars on the resale market, and I just…

Since peaking in February, it’s generally been rough going for shares of special purpose acquisition companies or SPACs. Raising capital from the public markets, and using the proceeds to acquire privately held companies, 2020 saw once-obscure blank-check companies become one of the hottest areas to invest in on Wall Street. But after the bubble popped?…

Opendoor (NASDAQ:OPEN) is the market leader of the potentially lucrative online real estate space, which is also referred to as iBuying. In light of Opendoor’s  recent lackluster earnings performance, it’s easy to think otherwise. However, the company is in a niche that is primed for disruption in the post-pandemic world. Moreover, its growth is very…

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