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Companies

Monday, April 05, 2021

All Tech Stocks Revolve Around This Disruptor / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

Silicon Valley is the birthplace of American tech. Giants like Google and Apple have become the face of California’s disruption hub. But long before we were typing Google searches into our iPhones, Silicon Valley got its name by creating the world’s most important industry: computer chips.

Computer chips, also called semiconductors, are the “brains” of electronics. These days, the entire world runs on semiconductors. There would be no iPhone, Amazon Webstore, or online messaging apps without them.

Temperature sensors in air conditioners are powered by tiny microchips. Rice cookers cook rice to perfection because built-in semiconductors control the heat. The chip inside pacemakers sends electrical pulses to the heart to keep it beating regularly.

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Companies

Saturday, March 20, 2021

Why I’m “Doubling Down” on The Trade Desk Tech Stock / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

They laughed Steve Jobs’s team out of the room. In early 2009, Apple’s founder wanted to give app developers a way to make money by allowing them to sell ads.

Keep in mind, most Americans didn’t even own a smartphone at the time. Mobile ads were the Wild West. But Jobs demanded his team get the world’s best brands to sign multimillion-dollar deals.

The first advertising agency execs they visited literally giggled as they made their pitch. Ads on a tiny phone screen? Are you serious? Apple’s ad team eventually met with Citibank, which bought the first ever App Store ads. The team phoned up Jobs to tell him about the $1 million contract. Jobs wasn’t impressed and told them: “I didn’t say a million dollar deal; tell them we’re not taking it unless its $10 million.”
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Companies

Friday, March 19, 2021

America Is Transforming Before Our Eyes / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

Have you watched the news lately? A new Covid strain, stories of botched vaccine rollouts, political turmoil, the list goes on and on. On the surface, it seems like nothing but doom and gloom.

But today, I want to show you why the world isn’t ending like the media would have you believe. When you tune out the news, you’ll start to see all the incredible things happening in our world.

In fact, I believe the 2020s are shaping up to be the most transformational decade in a century. Let me explain.

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Companies

Monday, March 08, 2021

Almost Everyone Is Online: But Most of the Money Isn’t / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

Ottawa sure is a long way from Silicon Valley. In the summer of 2010, Tobi Lütke met with venture capitalists at Bessemer Ventures. He was looking for a couple million bucks to fund his money-losing Canadian startup. Cash was so tight Lütke’s father-in-law had to write checks to pay the employees.

Bessemer was skeptical at first. A tech startup in bitterly cold Ottawa? But they took the plunge with a $7 million cash injection, valuing the startup at $25 million.

Guess What Shopify (SHOP) Is Worth Today?

It’s Canada’s largest company, valued at $160 billion. Longtime RiskHedge readers know I called Shopify “the next great trillion-dollar stock.”

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Companies

Wednesday, March 03, 2021

AI Tech Stocks Investing 2021 Buy Ratings, Levels and Valuations Explained / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Nadeem_Walayat

My last look at AI stocks buying levels late November 2020 had some of the must own AI stocks trading at high valuations for instance Apple was trading on an EC of 76 against a target of 50, Nvidia on 173 against about 100! Whilst IBM was dirt cheap on -3, so I could not resist buying more where I am sure several years from now many investors will be kicking themselves for not having had the foresight to pick up IBM when it was trading so cheaply. Next I picked up some more Google as numero uno and Facebook given it's continuing VR market success despite the dying lame stream media lobbying governments to get the tech giants to share ad revenues with them. And I also sought to pick up some Amazon on trading below $3000.

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Companies

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

There’s A “Chip” Shortage: And TSMC Holds All The Cards / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

 “You drove 1,000 miles just for this game?” Christmas 1988 was a stressful time for many American parents. Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. 2 was the must-have toy that year. But copies of the hit videogame were as scarce as hen’s teeth.

ABC News ran a 20/20 special on the shortage called “Nuts for Nintendo.” They chatted to one dad who drove 1,000 miles from Indiana to NYC in the hopes of grabbing a copy. 

“I’ve tried 7 stores a day for 3 weeks and still can’t find it,” he told reporters. They called it a “chip famine.”

Why was it so hard to get your hands on a video game? Longtime RiskHedge readers know computer chips, also called semiconductors, are the “brains” of electronics. There would be no iPhone, Amazon Webstore, or online messaging apps without them.

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Companies

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Technology & Energy Stocks Sectors Are Hot – Are You Missing Out? / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Chris_Vermeulen

We have seen some really big moves in various S&P sectors over the past 60+ days and these trends look like they may continue for a while.  Near the end of 2020, in October and November, the markets seemed to stall a bit before the US elections, but they have really started to trend much higher over the past 60+ days.  Technology and Energy seem to be leading the charge in some respects. The most important thing for traders is to find decent breakout trends in stocks and sectors that have a real potential for strong continued trending.  When we find these types of longer-term trends, we can scale in and out of the typical up/down price trends, over time, to generate some incredible returns.

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Companies

Friday, January 22, 2021

DoorDash Has All the Makings of the “Next Amazon” / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

Can Amazon Make It? That was the headline plastered on the front page of BusinessWeek magazine in July 2000.

Amazon’s future looked bleak after the tech bubble burst earlier that year. The online shopping pioneer was hemorrhaging cash, forcing it to cut 15% of its workforce. Top fund managers cut Amazon from their portfolios.  And over the following year, its stock price sank from $105 to $5.

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Companies

Thursday, December 31, 2020

The CPU and GPU Wars - AMD vs INTEL vs Nvidia / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Nadeem_Walayat

This is a continuation of my in-depth analysis into the buying levels for the Top 10 AI stocks to ride the electron mega-trend the whole of which was first made available to Patrons who support my work so immediate first access to ALL of my analysis and trend forecasts then do consider becoming a Patron by supporting my work for just $3 per month.

  • US Presidential Election 2020 Forecast Review
  • Seeing Stock Market New Highs Through the Prism of AI
  • Stock Market Dow Quick Take
  • AI Stocks Buying Levels and EC ratio Explained
  • Top 10 AI Stocks individual analysis i.e. for Google, Amazon, Apple etc.
  • AI Stocks Buying Levels Q4 2020
  • The Next IMMINENT Global Catastrophe After Coronavirus
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Companies

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

IBM Betting on Quantum AI For Return to Computing Dominance / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Nadeem_Walayat

This is a continuation of my in-depth analysis into the buying levels for the Top 10 AI stocks to ride the electron mega-trend the whole of which was first made available to Patrons who support my work so immediate first access to ALL of my analysis and trend forecasts then do consider becoming a Patron by supporting my work for just $3 per month.

  • US Presidential Election 2020 Forecast Review
  • Seeing Stock Market New Highs Through the Prism of AI
  • Stock Market Dow Quick Take
  • AI Stocks Buying Levels and EC ratio Explained
  • Top 10 AI Stocks individual analysis i.e. for Google, Amazon, Apple etc.
  • AI Stocks Buying Levels Q4 2020
  • The Next IMMINENT Global Catastrophe After Coronavirus
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Companies

Monday, November 23, 2020

Nasdaq NQ Has Stalled Above a 1.382 Fibonacci Expansion Range Three Times / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Chris_Vermeulen

The NASDAQ E-Mini Futures (NQ) has rallied and stalled above 12,055, a 138.2% Fibonacci expansion of the December 2018 low range to the February 2019 (Pre-COVID-19) highs three times over the past 4 months.  We believe this resistance level, near 12,055, on the NQ is acting as a major price ceiling and may continue to prompt continued downside resistance as price attempts to break through this level.

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Companies

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Edge Computing Is Leading the Next Great Tech Revolution / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride


Do you want in on the next great tech revolution? Well, it’s happening before our eyes. But it’s a shift so subtle, hardly anyone recognizes the profits at stake.

As I’ll show you today, these subtle shifts in computing happen once every 20 years or so. Last time, it handed investors 833% and 2,247% gains in just a few years. And I’m predicting even bigger profits this time around.

You see, every 20 years or so, computers go through a complete transformation. I’m not talking about getting a little faster or a little smaller. That happens almost every day. I’m talking a complete change in how computers “work.”

Let me show you. In 1944, IBM engineers built the first “all-purpose” computer. Weighing in at 10,000 pounds, the Harvard Mark 1 stretched 51 ft. long.

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Stock-Markets

Sunday, November 01, 2020

Here’s Why The Stock Market Doesn’t Care About Next Week’s Election / Stock-Markets / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

We’re just days away from one of the most anticipated elections in history. And I’m afraid millions of investors are going to waste time and money trying to “guess” who’ll win and how it will impact markets.

The truth is, smart investors won’t waste a second worrying about which party will win. In today’s essay, I’ll show you why, and share some of my top stocks to own right now.

I could fill the next five pages with data points about how stocks performed under different presidents. I’ve even read theories saying it’s best to buy stocks on October 1 of the second year of a presidential term and sell on December 31 of the fourth year.

I’ve done all the boring work for you. I’ve studied the data back as far as 1897, and one thing is crystal clear: There isn’t some golden, predictable pattern when it comes to presidents and the stock market.

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Companies

Friday, October 09, 2020

Why You Should Look for Stocks Climbing Out of a “Big Base” / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: John_Mauldin

By Justin Spittler : Today I’m going to show you a trading tactic so simple, yet so reliable, it’ll allow you to predict when certain stocks will skyrocket days or even weeks in advance.

Master this tactic and it’ll feel like you’ve got a “cheat code” to the markets. Let me show you exactly how it works. In short, you want to identify stocks that are climbing out of a “base.”

A stock forms a base when it trades within a narrow price range for a period of time. In other words, the stock isn’t crashing, and it’s not zooming higher (yet).

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Companies

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Do This Instead Of Trying To Find The “Next Amazon” / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

Before the coronavirus outbreak, I doubted telehealth had much potential. I remember sitting outside a café with our publisher and telling him it was a bust.

Trust a quack internet doctor? No way folks will go for it. But I’ve done a total 180. Right now, millions of Americans are firing up their laptops and “visiting” doctors virtually. In fact, more than 55 million folks now pay for a telehealth subscription.

And industry pioneers Teladoc (TDOC) and Livongo (LVGO) have handed out huge gains. And here’s what I’ve come to realize…

The coronavirus is not the real reason telehealth stocks are soaring. Of course, it shined a spotlight on these stocks. But above all else, telehealth stocks are soaring because they’re doing something totally NEW.

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Stock-Markets

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Look at This Big Reminder of Dot.com Stock Market Mania / Stock-Markets / Tech Stocks

By: EWI

Here’s when a surge in IPOs tends to occur

Let's pretend for a second we're trying to explain to an alien how the weather works on planet Earth.

When the sky turns dark and cloudy, we might tell him, this indicates rain -- perhaps even thunderstorms. However, cloudy skies do not necessarily signal when a downpour will start or how long it will last if it does start. After all, the sun could break through before an umbrella is needed. All that said, when the sky turns ominous, it's a good idea to have your umbrella handy -- just in case.

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Companies

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Tech Stocks FANG Index Nearing Critical Support – Could Breakout At Any Moment / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Chris_Vermeulen

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The washout-low price move in FANG stocks may present a needed rotation in price before another upside move sets up.
  • Tweezer Bottoms pattern and RSI pennant formation suggest very clear support levels. 
  • Watch how Volume and the VIX pick up over the next few days, and how price reacts to this bounce at 945. 

Our Custom FANG Index (consisting of Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Amazon, Google, and Nvidia) shows the FANG Index, and technology sector, are trading just above critical support near 945.  The congestion area on this chart between July and August just below this 945 level highlights the key resistance/support level that we are currently watching as price support. 

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Companies

Thursday, September 03, 2020

NVIDIA Stock Price Soars on RTX 3000 Cornering the GPU Market for next 2 years! / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Nvidia has just released information on their next gen RTX 3000 GPU's , and if what NVIDIA announced is true then they have just blown away the rest of the competition for a good 2 years! Just on the basis of today's release! This is what a good AI tech stock looks like!

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Companies

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

MOGO Stock May Be The Most Undervalued Stock In Fintech / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Joshua_Rodriguez

There’s no argument that fintech is a hot sector. Square Inc (NYSE: SQ) and Canadian based Shopify Inc. (NYSE: SHOP) have both had an incredible first half of 2020, and seem to be continuing their run. While these are both impressive stocks, investors seem to be missing one of the biggest opportunities in fintech, another Canadian company, Mogo Inc (NASDAQ: MOGO).

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Companies

Monday, August 03, 2020

How Sony Is Fueling the Computer Vision Boom / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

He didn’t know it at the time, but in 1990 Eric Fossum started a revolution. In the early ‘90s, NASA was firing rockets into orbit every other month. And to take images of outer space, each spacecraft was equipped with cameras.

The problem was, these cameras were absolutely huge—roughly as big as a double-door fridge. Cameras used on spacecraft are similar to digital cameras, except they have to be a lot tougher. And they required tons of heavy wiring to work.

So NASA hired hotshot engineer Eric Fossum straight from Yale, and tasked him with miniaturizing NASA’s cameras. Within two years, Fossum created a “camera-on-a-chip”—a new type of image sensor that was smaller and consumed 100X less power.

Image sensors are tiny computer chips that essentially give cameras a set of “eyes.” They process light from the outside world and transform it into a bunch of 1s and 0s, allowing cameras to render images. Fossum’s “camera-on-a-chip” helped NASA slash the size of its cameras. But more important, his invention laid the groundwork for digital cameras and camera phones.

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