Qualcomm Inc


Qualcomm Stock Prediction

As 5G expands throughout the world of mobile technology, Qualcomm Inc.

(NASDAQ: QCOM) will continue to be a major player in the global rollout.

Qualcomm is a global leader in developing, supplying, and licensing the technology to connect people to 5G through their mobile devices.

The market is so massive.

There are more mobile devices than toothbrushes in the world, after all… QCOM stock has been on the rise in 2020 (up 66%) as mobile phone usage is increasing.

And as 5G continues to expand, investors should expect QCOM stock to rise with it for years to come.

The exploding demand for this technology includes the new 5G iPhone, makes this a tech stock worth looking at.

Qualcomm is the driving force behind 5G, and its launch, development, and expansion.

Here is our complete analysis of the company, including our Qualcomm stock prediction.



Semiconductor Stocks: Winners and Losers After Apple's Bombshell

While Apple is known for disrupting entire industries, few expected it to send a shock wave toward semiconductor stocks.

But the Apple-designed M1 chip in its latest Macs will do just that.

The M1 is the first ARM-based processor to match the muscle of an Intel CPU.

But the M1 achieves this feat while using far less energy.

This is an unprecedented threat to Intel but opens a window of opportunity to several chipmakers.

Today we call the winners and losers…


3 Best Tech Stocks to Buy on the Rebound

When you run a marathon, it's better to focus on the finish line rather than each breath or stride.

That was the first thing that came to mind last week as the tech heavy Nasdaq dropped roughly 7% and Apple saw $180 billion erased from its market valuation on Thursday, the most any U.S.

company has ever lost in a single trading day.

Focusing on the finish line is important not just in sports but also the stock market.

While the tech selloff hammered markets over the last week, it is important to look at the bigger picture and look at the move as a healthy pullback for a bull market.



These 5G Technology Stocks Tap Into a $667 Billion Industry

5G technology covers a vast range of innovations.

And they are multiplying by the minute.

That's why Allied Market Research projects 11,977% growth for the 5G industry.

It's worth around $5 billion today, but it has the potential to reach $667 billion by 2026.

We know some of the best 5G technology stocks to buy if you want to hop on the wagon.

But it's important you don't go in blind.

5G is a very technical sector, and you will want to understand the waters before diving in.

Today, we're going to help you do that.



5 Top Companies That Make 5G Chips and One Stock to Buy Now

If you have a smartphone right now, chances are it's running on 4G. But not for long…

We're going to show you the profit opportunities in 5 companies that make 5G chips today.

The 5G network infrastructure market nearly doubled last year, from $2.2 billion to $4.2 billion.

But this is only the beginning of the growth we're about to see as the 5G chip stocks begin to pop.



5G's Unstoppable Momentum Could Bring a Potential Upgrade to Every Future Smartphone

Once a year, many of the largest smartphone makers, like Apple and Samsung, roll out the red carpet and introduce their latest and greatest devices.

The downside is that these new features add up to a $1,000-price tag, creating a major challenge for the burgeoning 5G market.

These flagship 5G-capable smartphones on the market are so expensive that it's hard for the average person to afford them.

But in the last few weeks, big changes have happened; changes that could potentially upgrade every future phone.

That's 1.5 billion new smartphones every year that could gain access to 5G networks.

This change will also give carriers the ability to continue expanding 5G network coverage as new users come online.

This change will also give carriers the ability to continue expanding 5G network coverage as new users come online...

Trading Strategies

It's Smart to Enjoy the Bull Parade Even with Economic Rain Clouds Ahead

The rally we've seen the past few weeks sped up Monday, with the Dow gaining more than 900 points – even though we had two investing legends say last week that things were looking bad for both the stock market and the economy.

That's this week's Reality Gap. Let me explain…

As you saw me saying last week on FOX Business Network's "Varney & Co." and on our own Markets Live livestream, the Fed's and Congress's financial stimulus allowed traders to move markets up above the key support levels recently and pushed them up big time late on Friday.

Then Fed Chair Powell appeared on "60 Minutes" Sunday night. Two quotes from the Fed Chair were particularly important in driving the market's reaction.

First, he said he has plenty of ammunition left if more stimulus is needed, showing that the Fed is not "out of ammunition" to fight further economic downturn: "There's really no limit to what we can do in lending programs."

The second was that the economy could recover over the second half of this year. It was an intermediate-term pronouncement on economic possibilities: "Assuming there is not a second wave of the coronavirus, I think you will see the economy recover steadily through the second half of this year."

Then on Monday morning, biotech firm Moderna Inc. announced positive results from its early trial of an experimental vaccine against COVID-19. This phase 1 study looked only at safety, and there were no significant side effects among the patients. But the fact that all the patients in the small dose vaccine subset developed antibodies the same as a recovering COVID-19 patient really stoked the stock markets.

The mood, in other words, is bullish. (Cue The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations!")

It's so bullish, in fact, that headlines are starting to leave out some nuance that I don't want you to ignore… Full Story

It's so bullish, in fact, that headlines are starting to leave out some nuance that I don't want you to ignore... Full Story

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Could Lose 200+ Points on Chinese Huawei Threat

The Dow Jones today could lose 200 points after China warned about repercussions over U.S. efforts to stop shipments to Huawei.

That makes it an ugly morning for Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM), Boeing (NYSE: BA), and Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO).

In addition, Chinese officials may retaliate against White House efforts to stop Americans from putting Chinese stocks into their retirement accounts.

Here is everything moving the Dow today.