Mr. Market may have overreacted when it comes to these two hot tech stocks. The overall stock market has been hit pretty hard recently. But many tech stocks have taken a worse beating, evident by the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite‘s 9% decline since Oct. 1 versus the more evenly weighted S&P 500’s 6% pullback in the same […]Continue Reading ...
As of this writing, it’s been a week since graphics processing unit (GPU) manufacturer NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) reported its fiscal third-quarter results. The numbers were good, but the outlook for the fourth quarter spooked investors. It took just days for the stock to go from superstar to run-of-the-mill technology provider — at least as far as share valuations are […]Continue Reading ...
After briefly passing a $1 trillion market capitalization in September, Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) has seen its value fall sharply and quickly. As of market close on Tuesday, the e-commerce and cloud-computing company had a market capitalization of $773 billion. In other words, over $200 billion has vanished from Amazon’s market cap. As of Nov. 27, Amazon shares are down […]Continue Reading ...
Many tech stocks have been slammed recently as the Nasdaq has given up most of its gains year to date. This decline has caused a good number of investors to flee tech stocks, but some babies clearly have been thrown out with the bathwater. Let’s examine three high-growth tech stocks that investors should consider buying […]Continue Reading ...
Our firm bought Apple shares for clients’ portfolios in 2013, and we are used to being a contrarian voice when it comes to the stock — we loved it when it was hated. Now we are contrarian again — this time going against the company’s faithful. Here are key reasons why we sold our entire […]Continue Reading ...
It’s been a ho-hum year for investors despite all of the market volatility. The Dow and S&P 500have inched just a little more than 2% higher in 2018, but there are several stocks that are doing a lot better than that. Twilio (NYSE:TWLO), Carvana (NYSE:CVNA), and The Trade Desk (NASDAQ:TTD) have more than doubled so far this year. The stocks have made their investors […]Continue Reading ...
Amazon.com‘s (NASDAQ:AMZN) wildly profitable Amazon Web Services (AWS) business, which provides back-end cloud infrastructure and hosting services to broad swaths of the internet, has become increasingly important in recent years as it relates to the e-commerce giant’s financial performance. For example, AWS has generated $6.5 billion in operating income over the past year, representing 60% of consolidated […]Continue Reading ...
Two years ago, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch released its findings of a 90-year analysis comparing growth and value stocks. While the report showed that value stocks have handily outperformed growth stocks on an annual basis (17% versus 12.6%), the tables have turned over the past decade, with the low interest-rate environment providing an extra boost to growth stocks. […]Continue Reading ...
The Friday after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday partly because it marks the first day of the year that retailers turn a profit, and this year, the profit they’re going to be able to turn could be much bigger than last year’s. According to the National Retail Federation, holiday shoppers will spend 4.1% more […]Continue Reading ...
When most people think of investing in technology stocks, generous dividends aren’t exactly the first thing to come to mind. To be sure, it’s difficult enough to find good dividend stocks in any sector, let alone in the fast-changing tech world. So we asked three Motley Fool contributors to each find a high-yield tech stock […]Continue Reading ...
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