Under most ordinary circumstances, a recessionary shock to the economy doesn’t incentivize hypergrowth software stocks. Quite the contrary, investors usually seek protection under such negative implications. Typically, the focus shifts toward stable companies that have boring but indispensable businesses. Of course, the novel coronavirus pandemic has been anything but ordinary. For one thing, the governmental…

On August 26, we took a look at the slow-simmering yet inevitable comeback of the travel sector. Source: Maridav/ShutterStock.com If you haven’t had the chance to read it, here’s a brief synopsis of what we discussed: “Over the course of the pandemic, travel-focused stocks have been facing a barrage of challenges; each time the pandemic…

On our Covid-19-stricken planet, travel-focused stocks have been facing a barrage of challenges and setbacks. Source: Maridav/ShutterStock.com Each time the pandemic appears to be waning, it flares anew in various corners of the world… or in all of them. And each new flare-up triggers a fresh round of lockdowns, coupled with a fresh round of…

When Robinhood (NASDAQ:HOOD) suddenly restricted GameStop (NYSE:GME) trading on January 28, investors were rightfully livid. It seemed as though the trading app had single-handedly halted GME’s rise, snapping the intense momentum Reddit traders had worked to build. As a result, thousands of trades ended up losing money. Source: mundissima / Shutterstock.com What goes around comes…