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  • 3 Strong Fintech Stocks that Will Continue to Soar

    The fintech (financial technology) industry has significantly replaced the outdated system of making financial transactions. It has changed the way we buy groceries or deposit money at banks. The ongoing pandemic and the consequent “new normal” have given a solid boost to the industry’s growth, with more consumers shifting toward a cashless economy. As the […]

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  • My Best 5G Stocks to Buy Right Now

    The global 5G services market could be worth $41.5 billion this year, according to Grand View Research, and grow at a compound annual growth rate of 43.9% between 2021 and 2027. Those types of bullish forecasts have inspired many companies to cite the 5G market as a secular tailwind, but it can be tough to sort out the […]

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  • 3 E-Commerce Stocks Outperforming the Market

    Even before the coronavirus era, e-commerce businesses were growing fast, while other parts of the retail industry were stagnating. E-commerce has some inherent advantages versus traditional brick-and-mortar stores because of their lower costs and the ability to reach a larger market. And because of the Covid-19 pandemic, e-commerce is seeing impressive growth.  According to eMarketer.com, US e-commerce sales will surge 18.0% to […]

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  • 5 Tech Stocks to Buy That Are Much Better Than FAANG

    For investors seeking tech stocks to buy, the so-called “FAANG stocks” have dominated the news since 2017. The five companies, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG NASDAQ:GOOGL) are now worth $5.7 trillion, or almost 20% of the S&P 500 index. Their massive size, however, makes future expansion far more difficult. Investors looking for growth in 2021 should instead consider a different set […]

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  • 3 Nasdaq Stocks to AVOID

    Tech stocks have dominated the market this year as the Nasdaq 100 is up 66% from its March low, leading all of the major averages. To compare, the Dow Jones Industrials is up 53% over the same timeframe. From late-March to early-June, nearly all tech stocks participated in the rally. However, as the rally has […]

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