Best Stocks to Buy Now Weekly Roundup: The Ripest Picks This Bull Has to Offer
Best stocks to buy for the week ending March 21, 2014: Stock futures ended last week on a bullish note despite ongoing tensions in Ukraine, where Russia continues to trade sanctions with the West.Read more...
- Apple TV (Nasdaq: AAPL) Will Be Huge in 2014 – But Not Because of Comcast Apple TV will indeed make a splash this year, but all this business with Comcast is a red herring. In fact, there are two big changes Apple can make to its $99 set-top box that will go a long way toward turning it from a "hobby" to a major source of revenue...
Stocks to Buy Now: Smart Technologies (Nasdaq: SMT) Gets an 18% Bump, with More to Come
One of the best stocks to buy now comes from Canada's tech industry - and this week it gave us a preview of its potential.To continue reading, please click here...
- How Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) Will Dominate the Wearable Tech Wars Apple has quietly been putting together a strategy that will allow it to gain the upper hand in a wearable tech market expected to explode over the next few years. That strategy revolves around the one thing that will drive the most people to buy and use wearable tech devices...
Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Stock at 14-Year High, Mobile Success Would Send It Higher
Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) stock reached its highest price since 2000 today (Tuesday) following reports that the tech company will release a version of its "Office" software for Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPad.
In morning trading, MSFT touched $39.90 per share. That was a 5% increase from yesterday's close.To continue reading, please click here...
Best Stocks to Buy Now: These Tech Picks Promise Tremendous Upside in 2014
Best stocks to buy for the week ending March 14, 2014: Stock futures suffered worldwide on fallout from the Ukraine. A referendum set for yesterday (Sunday), in which Crimeans voted on whether to become part of Russia or declare independence first, had investors increasingly cautious as the week ticked by.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the week down 2.35% to close at 16,065.67. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index closed down at 1,841.13, a 1.97% loss. And the Nasdaq dropped 1.43% by Friday to close at 4,245.40.To continue reading, please click here...
5 Reasons Why Amazon's (Nasdaq: AMZN) Prime Price Hike Was Necessary, Reasonable, and Will Boost Amazon Stock (Nasdaq: AMZN)
Amazon.com stock (Nasdaq: AMZN) stands to get a boost from a move it implemented this morning (Thursday). We'll call it "Operation Prime."
Around 8:30 a.m. EST, Amazon Prime members received the following email, notifying them of a 25% price increase from $79 per year to $99 per year, effective upon membership renewal.To continue reading, please click here...
Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Stock News: Split Update and Long-Term Outlook
Ahead of the Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) stock split that will take place on April 2, Standard & Poor's announced yesterday (Tuesday) that it will keep two classes of the company's stock in its indexes.
That's a change from how the index has handled such cases in the past, when Standard & Poor's would only allow a company to be represented once on its indexes.To continue reading, please click here...
Stocks to Buy: Investing in Wearable Technology from the Inside Out
But finding stocks to buy that aren't already big, popular names is a bit more challenging.To continue reading, please click here...
Apple and Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) Might Have a Secret Plan
But the two companies have been talking, and almost surely about the planned Tesla Gigafactory, an enormous rechargeable battery production plant projected to open in 2017 and cost at least $5 billion.
It makes total sense. Thanks to its sales of millions of mobile devices like iPads, iPhones, and laptops, Apple uses twice as much battery capacity as Tesla.Read More...
Icahn on eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY): "They Just Don’t Get it"
In what has become a wicked war of words between the corporate raider and the online auction and shopping site, Icahn continued to press eBay to spin off its electronic payment arm PayPal, maintaining the unit is worth more as a standalone.
The billionaire investor also wants the San Jose, Calif.-company to overhaul its corporate board. Icahn, who holds a 2.2% stake in eBay, continued to reproach the company for a "complete disregard of accountability" and took further jabs at board members.Read More...
IPO Calendar 2014: These Two Tech Competitors Are Coming to Market
The 2014 IPO calendar has been full, with 51 companies already filing for initial public offerings, up 143% from the same time frame in 2013.
And these two similar tech IPOs have just joined the IPO must-watch list.
They are both file-hosting services that offer customers cloud computing, they are both based in California, and they both share half a name. Now they're both planning to go public in 2014.
Meet Box Inc. and Dropbox Inc.Read More...