Which one of these tech stocks would you invest in? 📈
Amazon is a long-term winner and a dominant figure in many markets. E-commerce is growing like the profits of the company.
Cisco is a cybersecurity powerhouse. It’s overall growth rate will likely remain slow, but the security business will help drive revenue and profits higher in the long run.
Americans are increasingly becoming more focused on their health anf wellness. Mindbody is a key player in the industry and has a sound financial position.
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Shares of Facebook (FB) is down 17.3% in the past 3 months and down 2.4% in the past one year, after getting hit by the Cambridge Analytica scandal in March 2018 and subsequently by the growth miss in July 2018. ♦️Will you buy the dip in this stock? See comments below.
♦️on July 26, 2018 Facebook’s stock went down 20% in one day wiping out hundreds of billions from the company value
♦️today White House announces that the president is working on an executive order to look into Facebook and Google for anti-trust .
S&P 500 and DJIA reach their all-time high of $2,935.28 and $26,730.60 respectively, led by technology and consumer discretionary sectors. .
The market also gained due to a weaker dollar—which generally benefits large U.S. MNCs—and the release of multiple positive economic reports. The market is demonstrating great strength despite the on-going trade negotiation between China and the U.S. The market last reached their high points in January when the Republicans cut corporate taxes. .
Nine of the major eleven major S&P 500 sectors are performing exceptionally—mostly attributable to accelerating corporate profits. Will the markets continue this momentum to the end of 2018? .
Source: CBS, Reuters, CNN
“To find an idea train yourself to look for pain. But don’t start with global problems, start closer to home. Once you find the flaws you can find the solutions” - @Netflix Co-Founder Marc Randolph at @statetheatre thanks to @startconhq
1 355 days ago
An evening at the ornately decorated State Theatre in Sydney to hear @Netflix Co-Founder Marc Randolph discuss his journey from start up to global domination.
Marc spoke humbly about his success and said, “If you’re an entrepreneur, what my story says is that anything is possible...” He highlighted the power of generating ideas and embracing risks and warned against complacency: “If you cannot figure out how to distrupt yourself you leave the door open for others to disrupt you, your business and your way of life.”
Forget what the stock is doing today, or what it might do over the next year, as memory prices fall amid a periodic glut.
The switch from disk memory, with moving parts that can fail, to chip memory that has no moving parts, runs faster and requires less power. Chips made smartphones possible, they have replaced disks in laptops and they’re replacing a lot of memory in the cloud, making such data more accessible. Take a look at these three companies and add them to your watchlist:
2. Intel Corp
On @cnbc Granite's Tim Lesko discusses why Apple continues to unveil new phones. "To build out more devices and continue to get people onto the service platform. And like a roach motel, the people stay." To watch full interview, copy and paste this link -
Lights, camera and action with Dubber Corporation Limited (ASX: DUB) CEO Steve McGovern to discuss the software-as-a-Service call recording company.
As the telecommunications sector moves towards cloud services, Steve outlined how Dubber’s cloud-based technology is removing the need for hardware and enabling telecommunications providers to meet with regulatory compliance while also deploying and managing new services and revenue streams • Wearing @perricutten
Heute ist nicht nur Jack Mas Geburtstag, sondern auch der Tag, an dem er seinen Rücktritt vom chinesischen E-Commerce-Riesen Alibaba, den er mitbegründet hat, offiziell macht. CEO Daniel Zhang wird im nächsten Jahr Jack Ma als Chairman ablösen, Ma bleibt Mitglied des Vorstandes und wird zu seinen Wurzeln in der Bildung zurückkehren. Der Mann, der einst mit einer Bewerbung zum Verkäufer bei Kentucky Fried Chicken scheiterte, könnte damit in Bill Gates Fußstapfen treten, der sich nach seinem Rückzug vom Windows Konzern vor allem wohltätigen Aufgaben widmete.
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Cloud is one of true miracles of our centuries. Definitely a must for investing.
Nice try, Apple. Amazon's not here to play either. This morning, the company became the second public U.S. company to hit $1 trillion in market value. Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is now worth almost as much as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett combined. The two 13-digit companies — Apple and Amazon — now make up 8% of the entire value of the S&P 500. Continue to make it rain, Mr. Bezos.
Looks like this undervalued (when comparing Price to Earnings ratio to the rest of the technology sector) stock is finally getting the attention from investors that it deserves. Broke through 1 trillion market cap at $207.05 per share and keeps on trucking. It’s been a core holding of mine for a few years now, and I think it’s still relatively attractive at these levels. Not only is it the most profitable company in the world, the margins of its services (software products and utilities such as the App Store and Apple Music) are increasing dramatically. #apple#iphone#investing#stocks#technology#techstocks