Meme stocks are often dismissed as an investment category, as the runup in these companies is not linked to their fundamentals. However, several meme plays are a worthwhile bet, like Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE:AHT). AHT stock is now looking like a strong recovery play. Source: Shutterstock Hotel-focused Ashford Hospitality Trust (AHT) has been a mature…

Earlier this year, investors piled into economic reopening and travel stock names. This made sense. The media was playing up the “Roaring 20s” narrative as it was hoped that rapid vaccination rates and a surging economy would lead to a summer of vacations, partying, and pent-up enthusiasm. Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE:AHT) stock was one such…

Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE:AHT) is a REIT (real estate investment trust) that is slowly digging itself out of a really bad financial situation. The problem is AHT stock is not likely to move higher until it accomplishes that feat. As a result, most cautious investors will stay away from the stock. Source: Shutterstock AHT stock…

The argument that favors investing in Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE:AHT) stock is fairly straightforward. The hospitality REIT that invested in upscale hotels should rebound as the economy opens. From a lofty 52-week high of $77.90, AHT stock today sits pennies below $14 a share.  Source: Marriott Thus, investors in AHT shares simply sit back and…

Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE:AHT) claims to be “well-positioned to capitalize on the lodging recovery” its investor presentation. But judging by the price action of AHT stock, the shareholders have definitely not been capitalizing as they’ve struggled to get back to break even. Source: Shutterstock Regardless, the company claims to have a “clear path forward to capitalize…

Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE:AHT) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns full-service upscale and upper-upscale hotel properties in the U.S. AHT stock opened on August 3 at $15.35. Source: Shutterstock All of its hotels are located across the U.S. and operate under brands including Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt, Crowne Plaza, Sheraton and others. Ashford…

Cruise stocks aren’t doing so hot today and it is no fault of theirs as outside factors are affecting the market. Source: Shutterstock.com The problem for cruise stocks today has to do with the coronavirus delta variant. Fears are increasing lately due to news of the virus spreading. This has some investors afraid that another…

Airline stocks are falling today and it doesn’t have anything to do with what the various companies in the sector are doing. Source: GagliardiPhotography / Shutterstock.com Instead, fear of the coronavirus delta variant is behind the fall. As cases of the variant grow, fear is building in investors that don’t want to see another lockdown.…

Pershing Square (NYSE:PSTH), Bill Ackman’s hedge fund management company, is seeing its stock dip lower this morning after the company pulled out of a deal with Universal Music Group. Source: Shutterstock.com Pershing Square was working with Vivendi (OTCMKTS:VIVHY), the owner of Universal Music Group, that would take the music company public and provide shareholders of…

The economy is roaring back to life and with that the number of stocks to sell is climbing. Abundant government stimulus in combination with an aggressive vaccine rollout has gotten things back on track surprisingly quickly. Investors have hopped on the reopening wave, riding all sorts of struggling companies as they’ve recovered from last year’s…

The U.S. economy began to rebound this spring as business reopened and coronavirus vaccines were disseminated. Even in states that had tighter Covid-19 restrictions, many Americans are returning to offices, restaurants, sporting events and recreational pursuits. This mass reopening has created huge opportunities in a number of penny stocks. Activities are expected to reopen at…

It may not last forever. But, the Reddit stocks phenomenon is here to stay for now. It may go against the philosophy of  investing legends like Warren Buffett. But, as retail investors continue to essentially gamble on stocks, with minimal interest or concern about their underlying fundamentals, there are likely still fast profits to be…