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2 Top Tech Stocks for a Post-Pandemic World

The novel coronavirus pandemic has led to a surge in internet traffic thanks to the shift toward telecommuting and online education, as well as a bump in video gaming and streaming video demand on account of shelter-in-place orders and lockdowns. This is forcing data center operators to upgrade their capacities and capabilities to handle the increased […]

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  • 2 Tech Stocks To Buy On Dips

    It’s been a strong start to the month of May for the markets (SPY), and the tech stocks and high-growth names continue to see a relentless bid, with the Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) completely de-coupling from the major averages, up 10% year-to-date. While there is undoubtedly lots of long-term potential with many of these names, it’s beginning to look […]

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  • 2 Tech Companies Outpacing the Market

    The global pandemic created a deflationary spiral in March that sent asset prices appreciably lower across all asset classes. Record levels of central bank and government stimulus programs have stabilized the stock market. However, the hopes of a continuation of a V-shaped recovery declined last week as selling returned to the equity arena. A dramatic […]

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  • The 3 Best Cloud Stocks Not Named Amazon or Microsoft

    Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) are often considered the top stocks in the cloud market. After all, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft’s Azure are the two largest cloud infrastructure platforms in the world, and both companies are leveraging their sprawling ecosystems to gain more customers. Amazon and Microsoft are still great investments, but investors shouldn’t neglect other promising plays […]

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  • Better Buy: Advanced Micro Devices vs. NVIDIA

    Chip designers Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) and NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) have been crossing proverbial swords for decades. They form a nearly unchallenged duopoly in the market for computer graphics processors, and the same chips can also churn through other types of advanced math problems at impressive speeds. The two companies may look almost identical to a casual observer, but AMD and NVIDIA […]

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  • 5 Safe Tech Stocks Offering Dividends and Growth

    Investors searching hard for elusive dividend yield might consider this unusual solution: Buy shares of established, high-quality technology-sector companies that pay decent dividends. Established tech companies have been around for a while and have proven advantages over newer competitors. They have financial strength and reliable cash flow, so their yields are safe. Unlike richly priced […]

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  • 3 No-Brainer Stocks to Buy in Tech

    The coronavirus has thrown some businesses into crisis mode. Brick-and-mortar retail shops, airlines, and restaurants are all trying to figure out how to survive during this challenging time. But many technology companies seem to be immune from this pandemic and are attracting more customers as enterprises look to enable their now-remote workforces. Three no-brainer tech […]

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  • Better Buy: Netflix vs. Google

    Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Google’s parent company Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL)(NASDAQ:GOOG) are two high-quality companies that should continue to grow for a very long time. Netflix is the global leader in subscription video-on-demand (SVOD), while Alphabet is the global leader in internet search, online advertising, and a variety of other technology initiatives. But which one is the better buy? The case for Netflix […]

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