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Top 10 Tech Stocks For 2018

New York, NY, based Investment company Chase Coleman buys Apollo Global Management LLC, TransDigm Group Inc, Domino’s Pizza Inc, Teladoc Inc, American Tower Corp, Netflix Inc, TAL Education Group, New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc, Facebook Inc, NetEase Inc, sells Charter Communications Inc, Fleetcor Technologies Inc, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, Alphabet Inc, Symantec Corp....More>>>

Best Casino Stocks To Invest In 2018

“Real estate is an imperishable asset ever increasing in value. It is the most solid security that human ingenuity has devised.” — Russell Sage

Walt Disney (1901-66), the singular visionary genius who — more than anyone — transformed the business of entertainment in the 20th century, had legions of admirers over the decades. Among them is Steve Wynn, founder,....More>>>

BlackBerry: The Roller Coaster Ride Is Not Yet Over

Long-suffering BlackBerry (BB) has more pain in store, and quite frankly, I don’t see any way to avoid it.

The problem is the auto industry’s move away from BlackBerry’s relatively primitive QNX operating system, the operating system that powers most cars’ infotainment systems.

Infotainment systems are those computers most of us have in our cars that....More>>>

Tesla Inc Stock Could Get Hammered on Restructuring Efforts

It seems like everyday we are digesting new information on Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). Whether it’s production of the Model 3, tweets from CEO Elon Musk or, more recently, the Tesla restructuring. It’s a lot of noise for both bulls and bears to evaluate.

So let’s look at some of the facts.

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BlackBerry: The Roller Coaster Ride Is Not Yet Over

Long-suffering BlackBerry (BB) has more pain in store, and quite frankly, I don’t see any way to avoid it.

The problem is the auto industry’s move away from BlackBerry’s relatively primitive QNX operating system, the operating system that powers most cars’ infotainment systems.

Infotainment systems are those computers most of us have in our cars that....More>>>

Pluralsight: Okay To Learn, Expensive To Invest?

Pluralsight (PS) has gone public in an IPO which has attracted a lot of demand for the usual reasons, that is being a cloud offering, providing recurring revenues, focusing on software, learning, and growth. In reality, growth is solid, yet sales multiples are high while losses have increased quite aggressively in 2017, as the company operates in a very competitive field.

Given the high sales....More>>>

How Netflix, Inc. Uses Big Data to Grow Sales and Shareholder Value

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock has doubled in the last 12 months, climbing steadily from $160 per share to $328.19 per share as of Wednesday’s close. In recent years, the company has been spending more and more money on content development — a reality that’s left NFLX with over $15 million in liabilities in 2017 compared to a third of that total in 2014.

That trend is....More>>>

Top 5 Tech Stocks To Own For 2019

Semiconductor trends are considered to be leading indicators of technology and broader electronics demand. In a wider sense, semiconductor and tech stocks are considered to be leading indicators for the markets in general. A strong rally in the tech sector pushed many of these companies to new highs, but with the return of volatility semiconductors will have to rally again if markets want to return....More>>>

Fitbit Moves One Step Closer to Becoming a Legit Heathcare Player

As Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) transitions from being a maker of fitness trackers to a developer of smartwatches, efforts toward becoming a leading digital health provider will become more important for the device maker.

The launch of the Versa smartwatch was the most successful product launch in Fitbit’s history. So great were sales of the device that smartwatches are expected to become the....More>>>

Is Facebook, Inc. a Blockchain Player or a Poser?

It’s amazing what a little desperation can inspire! Earlier this year, Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) announced that it was going to ban all advertising for cryptocurrencies. The reason? The social media giant stated that blockchain reward tokens are “frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices.”

Isn’t that called advertising?

I’m....More>>>