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  • 3 “Strong Buy” Tech Stocks Under $10

    While many expect a vaccine-driven economic recovery to shift investors’ focus away from the technology sector, the continued spread of the virus is still increasing widespread dependence on technology solutions. The global cloud-migration- services market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 22% by 2023, indicating the continuation of a fast-paced digital transformation. Technology companies have both […]

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  • 4 Semiconductor Stocks to Invest in Right Now

    The coronavirus pandemic has increased societal  dependence on technology, and the trend seems set to continue for an extended period. Fueling the ongoing evolution of technology are high-performance chips. Semiconductor companies have been ramping up their production to cater to rising demand for these chips. The emergence of 5G, AI and high-end computing are driving […]

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  • 3 Biotech Stocks With 10-BAGGER Potential

    Investors are always looking to buy stocks or sectors with the potential to establish market share in growing industries. Currently, many of these opportunities are already overvalued or overextended. However, one exception is biotech stocks. During the first half of the bull market from 2009 to 2014, biotech stocks were big outperformers. However, they underperformed […]

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  • 3 Companies CHALLENGING Amazon’s Dominance

    Since the onset of the coronavirus, ecommerce has exploded as the pandemic has caused massive changes in consumer habits. In terms of total consumer spending, ecommercce has gone from 14% to over 30%. Amazon (AMZN) is the major beneficiary as it accounts for 47% of online sales in the United States. The Commerce Department says e-commerce sales […]

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  • 3 Dividend Tech Stocks Under $10 with Yields Over 2%

    The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite snapped a four-day losing streaks to gain 1.7% on Tuesday. The recovery followed an upbeat assessment of the US economic recovery by Federal Reserve leaders. However, the economic fallout and the upcoming election have exacerbated the inevitable market volatility, making investors apprehensive about their portfolios. During unpredictable movements in the markets, […]

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