Consumer Discretionary Stocks
Consumer discretionary stocks refer to a wide range of consumer goods and services generally considered non-essential. These include car manufacturers, luxury goods, hospitality companies, and more. Many of the biggest retailers fit into the consumer discretionary umbrella. As such, especially when the economy is strong, consumer discretionary stocks tend to shine.
Undervalued blue-chip stocks offer investors less risk than high-growth stocks. However, there are plenty of winners in this sector.
These three underrated EV stocks are allowing investors to support green energy even as they push their portfolios to green territory.
Just because Warren Buffett marked these as stocks to sell doesn't always mean investors need to walk lockstep with him.
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