The best tech stocks have risen considerably this year and the value proposition here is no longer compelling for most stocks. However, some tech names are still yet to recover from the trough, and the current entry point will likely yield multibagger returns over the coming years if you purchase them now. As we saw
Since Facebook formally changed its name to Meta (NASDAQ:META), the Metaverse has been a siren song for investors and companies alike. Billions of dollars have been dashed upon the rocks chasing metaverse profit that often failed to materialize. In such times, wise investors need to cut their losses and sell the metaverse stocks that fail to deliver.
Investors are once again warming to Chinese stocks. Now that the government in Beijing has eased up on its crackdown, some investors expect a rebound. This makes sense given that China is home to many of the largest and most innovative companies in the world. Chinese firms are among the leaders in all areas of
Tech stocks are heating up on the promise of AI. The technology sector needed something new and exciting to reinvigorate investor interest, and it got exactly that with the introduction of artificial intelligence chatbots. In the last six months, AI has dominated the technology industry, along with discussions about education, the future of work, and life
A few stocks recently eclipsed the $1 trillion mark. A couple more attained $2 trillion valuations. And others, such a the top stock to buy below, could reach the $500 billion mark shortly. These names are some of the top stocks for future growth and among the best stocks to buy. All are growing rapidly and
It’s safe to say that Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) really crushed it with its latest earnings release. That’s the immediate takeaway, following the nearly 25% post-earnings spike in the price of NVDA stock. The chip maker knocked it out of the park with both results and guidance (more below) because of its high AI exposure. This may seem
According to a famous saying on Wall Street, “Insiders sell stocks for many reasons, but they only buy stocks for one reason.” (The SEC, according to Investopedia, defines an insider as ” an officer, director, or 10% shareholder of a company that has inside information into the company.”) In other words, insiders may sell stocks because they
No matter how you slice it, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock has been a winner in 2023 so far. Some financial traders might have valuation-related concerns about Microsoft. However, the share-price rally could persist as Microsoft will undoubtedly benefit from its practically inevitable acquisition of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI). Microsoft assuredly will continue making waves in generative artificial intelligence.
Navigating the tumultuous housing landscape can be a nerve-racking endeavor for long-term investors. With towering home prices, escalating mortgage rates, and a shrinking inventory, the echoes of a potential housing market crash are difficult to ignore. Hence, investors may want to consider which stocks to avoid, if the housing market tanks. The housing market’s health
Unless you’ve been off the grid for most of 2023, you know that artificial intelligence is the newest thing for investors. For investing in AI stocks, two of the biggest names that come to mind are Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT). The reason is advances in generative AI. Through its partnership with OpenAI, Microsoft
The stocks on the list are prominent tech stocks with cutting-edge AI language models. The first stock’s advancements include the PaLM API, MakerSuite, and the Generative AI App Builder. It enables developers to generate various media from natural language prompts. In contrast, the second one collaborates with OpenAI and utilizes GPT-3.5 to resolve complex cloud incidents. It is revolutionizing
In this article ULTA DECK NVDA TSLA Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum electric truck during the 2022 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) in New York. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making the biggest moves midday Friday: Ford — Shares popped about 7%
The electric vehicle sector has experienced exponential growth in recent years, driven by the increasing demand for sustainable transportation options. However, three companies within the industry are still flying under the radar… but just for a short time. Let’s explore their strengths, challenges, and growth prospects to get an overview of possible future investment positioning.
Federal Reserve officials are still persistent on hiking interest rates in the coming months amid inflationary pressures in the U.S. This is a crippling headwind for most tech stocks, as their valuations are tied to future growth, and thus become less attractive investments compared to bonds when rates increase. The possibility of interest rate hikes
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In the investing world, top high-yielding dividend stocks can offer robust income streams, potentially acting as strong pillars for conservative investors looking to meet their financial milestones. However, the waters can get murky when you delve into the territory of dividend stocks yielding 20% or more. High yields often emerge from companies grappling with inherent
Short-squeeze opportunities are capturing the attention of investors, both seasoned traders and newcomers alike. These sudden and dramatic surges in stock prices, can offer enticing prospects for shrewd investors. This article will delve into three unexpected short-squeeze opportunities. These top short-squeeze stocks present intriguing possibilities. When seeking short-squeeze opportunities, identifying stocks with high short interest
Recently, news with one of Meta Platforms’ (NASDAQ:META) competitors has been discussed as a catalyst for META stock. That would be the potential for a full U.S. ban of TikTok. But given what has transpired since Montana became the first U.S. state to ban the China-owned video-sharing app, that’s a tough sell. I am doubtful
In this article ULTA COST WDAY GPS RH MRVL Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Pedestrians walk past a Gap Inc. store in Shanghai, China. Qilai Shen | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in after-hour trading. Gap — Shares surged 15% in the postmarket following the retailer’s earnings report, which
Tech stocks have had a great start to 2023 after the sell-off in 2022. With the growing demand and success of cloud computing, augmented reality and artificial intelligence, tech companies are ready for a solid comeback. The Nasdaq Composite Index was down 33% in 2022 and several stocks took a beating. Many companies suffered more
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