CSU & GIB.A: 2 TSX tech alternatives to see as Amazon plans stock split

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 CSU & GIB.A: 2 TSX tech alternatives to see as Amazon plans stock split
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Highlights

  • Amazon Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN, AMZN: US) announced its plans for a stock split on Wednesday, March 9.
  • Following this development, AMZN stocks shot up nearly seven per cent on Wednesday in post-market hours.
  • Notably, Amazon’s stock split plans, which reportedly comes for the first time since the since the dot-com boom, could draw investors' attention towards other major tech stocks.

Amazon Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN, AMZN: US) announced its plans for a stock split on Wednesday, March 9, wherein its investors will receive 20 shares for each share they presently hold. The tech giant also announced a buyback plan of up to US$ 10 billion.

Following this development, AMZN stocks shot up nearly seven per cent on Wednesday in post-market hours.

Notably, Amazon’s stock split plans, which reportedly comes for the first time since the since the dot-com boom, could draw investors' attention towards other major tech stocks.

On that note, let us look at two TSX tech stock alternatives.

Constellation Software Inc (TSX: CSU)

Constellation's fourth-quarter revenue grew by 27 per cent year-over-year (YoY) to US$ 1.38 billion in 2021. Its net income, however, reduced by 17 per cent YoY to US$ 124 million in the latest quarter.

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Stocks of Constellation Software climbed about 22 per cent in the last one year, while CSU scrip jumped by over three per cent to close at C$ 2,122 apiece on Wednesday.

CGI Inc (TSX: GIB.A)

CGI Inc reported a revenue of C$ 3.09 billion in Q1 FY2022, representing a growth of 2.4 per cent YoY. Its adjusted EBIT jumped 5.2 per cent YoY to C$ 521.5 million in the latest quarter.

The information technology service company saw its net profit expand by seven per cent YoY to C$ 367.4 million, based on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

 CGI (GIB.A) Q1 FY2021 results

CGI stock gained by almost three per cent to close at C$ 103.67 apiece on Wednesday.

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Bottomline

Canadians looking for tech stocks amid Amazon’s stock split plans can explore Constellation Software and CGI. However, investors should also consider the prevailing market environment and a company's growth prospects before diving into any investment decision.

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