Technology Stocks

Borqs (BRQS) stock rose 13% after subsidiary bags US$49.8-mn contract

 Borqs (BRQS) stock rose 13% after subsidiary bags US$49.8-mn contract

Borqs Technologies stock rose on Friday on enhanced business prospects by subsidiary.

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BABA to BIDU: Top US-listed Chinese stocks to watch in Q2

BABA to BIDU: Top US-listed Chinese stocks to watch in Q2

The US-listed Chinese stocks are on investors' radar after China reiterated its pledge to carry out reforms in the equities market. It said it will also provide support to firms listed overseas. Also Read: Why is Polygon (MATIC) rising? Does it ha...

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Top tech stocks to explore in Q2: AAPL, MSFT, NVDA, ACN & CSCO

Top tech stocks to explore in Q2: AAPL, MSFT, NVDA, ACN & CSCO

Highlights Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) revenue jumped 11% YoY in Q1, FY22. Microsoft Corporation's (NASDAQ: MSFT) revenue rose 20% YoY in Q2, FY22. Accenture plc (NYSE: ACN) expects EPS to be between US$10.61 and US$10.81 in fiscal 2022. Te...

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Top Metaverse ETFs to watch in Q2: METV, MTVR, VERS, FTEC & PUNK

Top Metaverse ETFs to watch in Q2: METV, MTVR, VERS, FTEC & PUNK

Highlights Metaverse allows people to collaborate, work, play, socialize, and do other things in the virtual space.  Metaverse is considered the next generation of the internet. Metaverse ETFs provide exposure to Metaverse-focused compani...

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Why HP Inc (HPQ) stock jumped over 17% on Thursday?

Why HP Inc (HPQ) stock jumped over 17% on Thursday?

The HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) stock jumped over 17% on Thursday morning after Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced buying an 11% stake worth US$4.2 billion in the software firm. Berkshire Hathaway bought around 121 million HP shares valued at a...

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Why Mobiquity Technologies, Inc. (MOBQ) stock surged 49% today?

Why Mobiquity Technologies, Inc. (MOBQ) stock surged 49% today?

Highlights New York-based Mobiquity Technologies Inc is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) company for data and advertising. A-Nation has selected Mobiquity to promote its cryptocurrency, NFTs, and upcoming motion pictures.  The advertising c...

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Semiconductor stocks to watch in April: NVDA, AMD, AVGO among top five

Semiconductor stocks to watch in April: NVDA, AMD, AVGO among top five

The semiconductor stocks are gaining traction, bolstered by limited supply and relentless demand. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has recently called on the government to subsidize efforts to boost domestic chip production and guard against the vulnerabili...

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Is Pensando a public company? Know details ahead of AMD acquisition

Is Pensando a public company? Know details ahead of AMD acquisition

Highlights Pensando Systems Inc. is a technology company that develops software and provides a platform that offers fully programmable software-defined cloud, networking, computing, security services etc. The company was started in 2017 and...

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GOOGL, Microsoft & IBM: Top 5 quantum computing stocks to watch in Q2

GOOGL, Microsoft & IBM: Top 5 quantum computing stocks to watch in Q2

Highlights Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) has a P/E ratio of 32.34, and its dividend yield is 0.82% International Business Machines Corporation’s (NYSE: IBM) P/E ratio is 20.43, and the dividend yield is 4.99% Honeywell Internation...

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GOOGL to CMCSA: Top S&P 500 communication stocks to explore in 2022

GOOGL to CMCSA: Top S&P 500 communication stocks to explore in 2022

Highlights: Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) returned over 37% gains in the last 12 months. Meta Platforms, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) revenue surged 37% YoY in fiscal 2021. Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA) revenue increased by 12.4% YoY in FY2021. ...

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Top blockchain stocks to explore: COIN, CME, RIOT, MARA & BITF

Top blockchain stocks to explore: COIN, CME, RIOT, MARA & BITF

Highlights Cryptocurrencies have drawn huge investors’ interest after the Ukraine crisis erupted.  Blockchain technology has made Decentralized Finance (DeFi) possible. The market was up 3.7% to 2.02 trillion in the last 24 hou...

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Frequently Asked Questions

The technology sector is comprised of various companies from software developers, telecommunication service providers, semiconductor manufacturers, etc. Some of the dominant and impressive names in the sector are: Apple Inc. (AAPL) Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) Meta Platforms, Inc. (FB) Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL)

Various investors have shown interest in the technology stocks, given the growth potential of the companies. From mobile devices, digital services, to high-end GPUs for gaming, crypto mining, technology is providing all the services that are now necessary for our daily life. Pros of technology stocks Various growing companies offer higher returns. Even though the risks cuts both ways, many fast-growing firms in the technology sector offer to boost returns in a low-interest-rate environment. Secondly, technology companies are continuously evolving. The companies are going through developments and innovations considering the requirements in the market and to stay ahead of their competitors. Meanwhile, technology companies hold a significant place in the indexes. For instance, over 20% of the S&P 500 index is comprised of technology companies and the performance of the sector somehow controls the overall performance of the indexes. Cons of technology stocks Most technology companies tend to pay minimal dividends, generally below 2%. The risks are also higher, meaning, various companies that have already experienced robust growth may decline in the coming days as the investors shift their focus towards other sectors or smaller companies.

There are many technology investors in the US. Some of the top investors and venture capitalists in the US among them include: Y Combinator 500 Startups Intel Capital Sequoia Capital Goldman Sachs Atlas Venture Salesforce Ventures Microsoft Techstars SV Angel

Various technology companies have made headlines in recent years. However, as per Nasdaq 100 Index, the top technology companies according to market capitalization are: Apple Inc. (AAPL) Apple is one of the world’s largest technology companies. Its products include smartphones, computers, software, etc. It is headquartered in Cupertino, California. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Microsoft is a leading technology company based in Redmond, Washington. It sells software, electronic goods, and other related products. Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) Alphabet Inc. is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and is the parent company of Google. It is a conglomerate technology firm with various business interests.