We’re getting into a whole new genre of articles, and while the genre is growing in popularity, there are a few things to keep in mind when picking stocks to buy or sell.
We’ve already covered what you need to know about investing and stocks, but what you may not know is what to look out for.
Read moreRead moreAs a result, we’ve put together a handy guide for finding stocks to own or sell in 2018.
We’ll be updating this guide throughout the year, and we’ll be providing more coverage as we find more interesting companies to invest in.
First things first, here are the stocks we’ll cover this year:Exxon stockExxon is one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, and its stock is a top-tier performer, as is the case for any company with a big name.
In 2017, Exxon was up 7.3%, which is a huge jump from the previous year, when it was up just 1.2%.
That was down from the year before, when Exxon was on track to post its best year ever.
Exxon was up 12.3% in 2018, which was a good sign for a company that has been steadily improving its stock price over the past few years.
GM stockGM was the third-largest stock in 2018 by market cap, and this year the stock took another big jump.
GM is the largest automaker in the world, and the stock was up nearly 18% this year, which is impressive for a car company.
Tesla stockTesla is the world leader in electric cars, and it’s only been on the market for two years, but the stock has been a solid performer this year.
Tesla was up 8.9% in the first quarter of 2018, a strong showing from the stock.
Toyota stockToyota is one the most famous automakers in the United States, and Toyota was up 18.6% in first quarter 2018, with a record high for a brand.
The stock is also up 9.6%.
Chevron stockChevrons stock is one-third of the market cap of Exxon, but it’s been getting better over the years.
Chevron’s stock has gained more than 20% over the last decade, and Chevron is up 12% in 2017.
MGM stockMGM was up a little bit in the second quarter, and that was good news for the company.
GM was up 6.3%.
General Motors stockGM stock was down a little in the third quarter, but that was not too bad, considering GM has been in the news for a lot of reasons.
GM’s stock is up 9% this past year, thanks to a strong rebound from the financial crisis and a slew of initiatives to help its employees.
Mercedes-Benz stockMercedes has been doing well this year for several reasons.
The company’s stock price has risen from $30 to $55 a share in 2017, and Mercedes-Benz is up nearly 10% this time around.
Ford stockFord is one you want to keep an eye on.
The automaker has a market cap around $5 trillion, which means the stock is probably worth a lot more than what you might think.
Ford is up 19.9%, and the company is on track for its biggest year ever in 2018 as well.
General Electric stockGeneral Electric is one that is always going to be interesting to watch.
The auto maker is up 14.1% this quarter, thanks in part to a new CEO who has been taking on more responsibility.
General Electric is up 20% in its stock market value, and a strong performance is on the horizon.
Siemens stockSiemends stock was a little low this quarter due to the financial downturn, but Siemens was up 17% in Q2 2018, thanks largely to a surge in sales from its cloud computing business.
The bank is also improving its financial health, which could help the company continue to grow.
Daimler stockDaimlers stock was in a downtrend in the last few quarters, but Daimlers has recovered nicely in 2018 with a solid start.
The German automaker was down 10% in a very strong year for the stock in 2017 and is now up more than 10% again this year with a strong earnings report in 2018 and a solid sales growth.
Porsche stockPorsche is one one of Germany’s largest automotive brands, and one of its most recognizable brands.
Porsche was down 8.3 percent in the quarter, down from a very high 12.5% a few years ago.
ZTE stockZTE was down 7.6 percent in Q1 2018, but ZTE has returned to its previous level of strength.
The Chinese tech company is up 11.5%, which could be enough to propel the stock to a respectable valuation.
Chevy Chase stockChevy has had a rough year, but