3 High-Growth Stocks Wall Street Thinks Could Soar 50% or More in 2022

The prognosticators on Wall Street are at it again. These three stocks have taken long falls from the all-time high prices they reached in 2021. Despite the recent losses, forward expectations from investment bank analysts are still pretty high.

After soaring earlier this year, it was probably just a matter of time before these high-growth stocks received a haircut. Here’s why analysts on Wall Street still expect big gains from them in the new year.

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1. Coinbase Global

Coinbase Global (NASDAQ:COIN) shares have fallen around 29% since reaching a peak in November. Analysts up and down

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Stocks rise on Wall Street after early slide

Stocks closed broadly higher on Wall Street Wednesday, adding to the market’s gains this week ahead of the Christmas holiday.

The S&P 500 rose 1 percent after coming back from an early slide. The other indexes also recovered after sliding into the red in the early going. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.1 percent and the Nasdaq closed 1.2 percent higher. The Russell 2000, a measure of small-company stocks, rose 0.9 percent.

Every major U.S. index is still on track for weekly gains after a choppy several days where stocks bounced between sharp losses and solid gains.

“We’ve had

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Wall Street surges after Omicron selloff, with boost from Nike, Micron

  • Tech, energy among top-gaining sectors
  • Nike up after beating quarterly estimates
  • Micron rises as it sees chip shortages easing

Dec 21 (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes jumped on Tuesday, with strength in travel and tech shares as well as in Nike and Micron Technology following their earnings, as stocks rebounded from a coronavirus-fueled rout the session before.

The rapidly spreading Omicron variant of the coronavirus has rattled stock markets around the world, triggering volatility in the final month of 2021, which has otherwise been a strong year for equities.

Gains in massive technology and tech-related stocks such as Microsoft

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Wall Street hits new high as stock markets take mixed view of omicron

Global stock markets were mixed Friday after Wall Street hit a new high as fears of the coronavirus’s omicron variant eased.

London opened higher while Tokyo and Shanghai declined.

Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index rose 0.6% on Thursday in the last U.S. trading session before Christmas.

Investor anxiety has mounted as omicron spread but moderated after authorities said it might cause less severe illness. President Joe Biden called for more vaccinations and testing but announced no plans for travel restrictions.

Omicron looks like a “short-term disruption” instead of a “destructive headwind that knocks the economy off its course,” Edward

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Japan’s Nikkei tracks Wall Street advance, tech stocks lead gains

TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei index edged up on Friday with heavyweight technology stocks leading gains, taking cues from an overnight strong finish on Wall Street, in holiday-thinned trading.

The Nikkei share average (.N225) edged up 0.1% at 28,824.88 by 0203 GMT, and is set to gain about 1% for the week. The broader Topix (.TOPX) slipped 0.04% to 1,988.72, but is on course to post a 0.22% weekly gain.

“With fewer overseas participants and thinner trading volumes, investors bet on heavy technology heavyweights, which lifted the Nikkei,” said Shigetoshi Kamada, general manager at the research department at

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Wall Street hits pause on returning to the office.

Wall Street banks have mostly taken a tough line on return-to-office plans, with many top bosses working from their desks for months and urging reluctant employees to do the same.

They have changed their tunes, for now.

With the Omicron variant of the coronavirus raging, Bank of America this week told employees in its New York City corporate offices that they can work from home during the holidays, according to a memo to staff. The bank, which is headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., but maintains a massive office in midtown Manhattan, is also providing self-test kits and will host booster clinics

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Where are they now? Catch up with notorious Wall Street fraudsters

Wall Street is a perpetual battleground for the forces of fear versus greed. But every so often the greed gets out of hand.

That can make the Street a fertile ground for fraud. Some of the most notorious financial crimes of all time have ties to the corner of Wall and Broad, and their impact — on victims, law enforcement, and future would-be crooks — lasts to this day.

Let’s catch up with some of Wall Street’s most audacious fraudsters.

‘Bring it on, baby!’

Information is the coin of the realm in any financial market. A hot stock tip can

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Solar stocks are sliding amid policy headwinds. Wall Street analysts say buy these names

Tim McKibben, left, a senior installer for the solar company, Sunrun, and installer Aaron Newsom install solar panels on the roof of a home in Granada Hills.

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Solar stocks tumbled on Monday after the fate of the Build Back Better plan, which includes billions of dollars for clean energy initiatives, was thrown into question as West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said he cannot vote in favor of the legislation.

The Invesco Solar ETF slid as much as 6% amid heavy declines across the sector. Sunrun fell about 11.5% at its

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Wall Street skids on Omicron worry, hit to U.S. investment bill

  • S&P 500 falls below 50-day moving average
  • Oracle drops after deal to buy Cerner for $28 bln

Dec 20 (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes fell sharply on Monday as investors worried about the Omicron COVID-19 variant potentially undercutting the economic rebound and a critical setback to President Joe Biden’s domestic investment bill.

Stocks sold off broadly as coronavirus cases surged in New York City and around the United States over the weekend, dashing hopes for a more normal holiday season. Britain’s leader said he would take more steps to slow the spread of Omicron if needed, after the Netherlands

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