The space age is here and it is here to stay. Our soils and sky are not enough for us and that is why we decided to go a little further and explore all that unknown that is waiting for us. There are several companies doing an incredible job and leveraging technology to achieve wonderful
Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) stock has seen a more-than 170% this year. With a focus on social media profitability and AI integration, this stock has gained momentum. Consumers and investors responded positively to the company’s introduction of the Quest 3 VR headset, generative AI chatbots, and updated Ray-Ban smart glasses. The company reported strong results and
Reading Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOG), financial reports can be laborious, but it’s critical for owning Alphabet stock for the long haul. GOOG stock is up 49%, this year but trails the rest of the Magnificent Seven. Fortunately, for shareholders, Alphabet continues to buy back its stock. Through the first nine months of 2023, it repurchased $46.16 billion
Investing in artificial intelligence stocks has produced impressive gains on a year-to-date basis. Indeed, C3.ai (NYSE:AI) is one such stock that’s produced outsized returns for investments this year. Accordingly, for many momentum investors, this is the stock to own. However, at some point, investors may question this sector’s growth trajectory or the valuations of companies benefiting from this trend.
The stock market is trending higher again, which means sooner or later it will fall. But shrewd investors look forward to such drops because that opens doors to buy. It was just last month that the S&P 500 had dipped into correction territory, falling 10% from recent highs. Now the index is moving up once
Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN) is not like other electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers. Not only is it focused on the consumer SUV market but also the commercial truck market. A partnership with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) to deliver 10,000 electrified vans to the e-commerce giant has been a major selling point. Now Rivian plans to offer its commercial vans
Machine learning is a subfield of artificial intelligence. It is focused on enabling computers to learn from data without being programmed to do so. In shorts, machine learning is the process that enables AI to exist. Thus, the stocks that investors are considering in the field are essentially AI stocks. If you are in the
Can video game retailer GameStop (NYSE:GME) stage a huge comeback, and GME stock shake off its meme-stock reputation? It won’t be easy for GameStop to get Wall Street to take the company seriously. Prospective investors should be careful as an event is coming in December that could prove to be make-or-break for GameStop and its loyal shareholders. Don’t get the
Who would have thought that less than a century ago we used whale oil to light our homes. Today, the rise of smart cities is becoming more and more relevant in our daily lives. Technology continues to advance, and with it, more efficient and effective mechanisms have been created to manage our homes and cities.
QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) is not without its issues. Various company-specific problems have weigh on QS stock. This EV battery technology stock needs more than just fixing its issues to shake its slump. Sentiment for EV and EV-related stocks need to move back towards bullish. Unfortunately, a sentiment shift may not be necessarily just around the corner.
Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) futuristic (a polite way of saying odd) Cybertruck will finally have its big delivery event on Thursday. And even though Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on the company’s third quarter earnings call in mid-October that there are already more than 1 million people who have orders for the quirky looking angular vehicle, the
It’s been a year since Robert Iger returned as the CEO of the Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS). And in that time, the lights of the Magic Kingdom dimmed considerably. In the 12 months since Iger’s return to the helm of the Mouse House, DIS stock is flat (up a slight 0.39%). However, the share price of the world’s most extensive
There are few investors who have their every move followed and analyzed like Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A)(NYSE:BRK-B) chairman and CEO Warren Buffett. That’s because none have the sustained, long-term success of the Oracle of Omaha. However, there is one stock that Warren Buffet just bought that may come as a shock to you. In the 65
Although the stock market whipsawed investors over the past few years, it showed its resilience by bouncing sharply higher after the pandemic collapse. As it has for more than a century, every double-digit decline by stocks is followed by a bull market. This has paved the way for several stocks with massive potential to explode.
Investors have many ways to play the “green wave,” or the pivot to a net-zero carbon world, but alongside EV stocks, hydrogen fuel cell stocks, solar stocks and other renewable energy plays, battery stocks are another strong choice. A big reason is that the pivot away from fossil fuels will not happen without advanced battery
Luxury brand stocks have proven to be a great investment throughout the decades. The combination of powerful brands and tremendous pricing power tends to lead to superior earnings growth compared to other consumer-focused companies. However, the luxury market is in a bit of a tailspin right now. Many people spent at a record clip in
Competition among electric vehicle manufacturers is never-ending, not only in the U.S. but worldwide. Some data points might lead investors to believe that China-based EV maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) is thriving amid the fierce competition. However, prospective NIO stock buyers need to be careful now as the recent news it’s all positive for Nio. Ultimately, there’s a lesson to be
Over the last month, Walt Disney Co. (NYSE:DIS) stock is up 14%. Bulls say the good times have just begun. They note it was trading at $113 a year ago, at $150 a year before that. Bob Iger has been back for a year, they say, and things are getting better. The pandemic is over,
Palantir Technologies (NASDAQ:PLTR), recognized for big data services and government contracts, attracted attention with blockchain and AI advancements. However, despite high-profile deals, PLTR stock’s financial performance disappointed, leading some to see it as a “glorified consultant” rather than a tech innovator. Intense competition from more profitable consulting firms presents a challenge. Despite the easing of
It’s been a long way down for former market darling Block (NYSE:SQ). Block stock soared during the pandemic as merchants and consumers were forced to switch to digital payments because of lockdowns. In just 18 months shares soared nearly 600%, but it was short-lived. Investors saw the fintech stock lose almost 90% of its value