Tech stocks have had a rough couple of months.While some were hit harder by the selloff than others, there's no denying that developing tech still presents a great opportunity that some benefit more from than others.
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The fintech company SoFi Technology sought to revolutionize the way consumers bank. Many investors had high hopes for it.Yet SoFi stock fell on Tuesday — and eventually halted the trading of shares — after the early accidental release of its first-quarter results.
Over the past few months, both companies and investors have been buying up just about everything — from art to real estate — in virtual worlds on platforms like Decentraland and The SandBox.Hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg bought virtual land, and a fan paid $450,000 for the plot next to him on The Sandbox.
Buzzwords like NFTs, DeFi, and the metaverse are everywhere nowadays.And another one has recently entered into conversations: web3.
The US automakers and their suppliers are well behind Asian manufacturers.The result is a massive game of catchup to develop newer, more efficient batteries that cost less than contemporary counterparts to power the electric vehicle (EV) industry.
When the Microsoft-Activision deal was announced back in January, the $68.7 billion all-cash acquisition captured headlines.It put moved the needle in Microsoft’s favor.While the tech giant has pulled back since, making it more enticing to investors, there’s another play in the tech industry — Sony, Microsoft’s rival..
Last week, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced plans to buy up Activision Blizzard (Nasdaq: ATVI), one of the largest video game publishers, for $68.7 billion.While the news shook the gaming industry, most of the reporting focused on the metaverse..
The global electric vehicle (EV) industry is expected to reach $725.14 billion by 2026. Right now, that industry is a mix of startups and well-established automakers. But those companies that are able to actually deliver their product make for some the best EV stocks, and those are the companies that are sure to grow.
When it comes to tech stocks, not all are created equal.
Some tech stocks will benefit more from developing tech — like the metaverse — than others.
If you’ve been watching the stock market long enough, then you know that sometimes investors don’t act rationally.
Decisions are made without knowing the facts, sometimes just based on what other people are doing.
In Plato's "Republic," protagonist Socrates takes the Delphic aphorism "know thyself" as his personal motto.
It's a great motto... especially for investors.
As a market veteran of many years, I can tell you that this is one of the biggest weaknesses most investors have.
They don't know themselves...
I watch as folks take losses and miss out on profits - mistakes they could have easily avoided if they'd only taken the time to know their investing personalities just a little bit better.
So today I want to demonstrate how to transform yourself into the "Socrates of tech investing."
It's easier than you'd think.
Volatility has returned to the broader markets, but these three tech investing indicators cut through the flood to deliver real news.