Tech Stocks

Will Twitter Inc’s Bet On Video Help TWTR Stock?

Twitter Inc's recent revenue numbers were a disappointment, and TWTR needs to make some changes...quickly. More 

Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (SIRI): The One Number That Matters

Since economical connected cars should become more popular in future, SIRI might become less profitable, as those drivers are less likely to subscribe to Sirius. More 

5 Computer Software Stocks with Outstanding Earnings Momentum

Internet software and cloud computing companies are showing signs of growing top and bottom lines, and these 5 computer software stocks are among the best More 

Apple Inc. (AAPL) To Be Biggest Drag On S&P 500 Tech Sector

The tech world's focus will be on Apple Inc.'s earnings release Tuesday. AAPL's expected lower earnings will contribute to the sectors' overall swoon More 

Intel Corporation: A Technology Monopoly Paying Safe, Growing Dividends (INTC)

Intel Corporation is one of the most dominant, pervasive and important technology companies in the world. Here's why INTC should be in your income portfolio More 

Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and MasterCard Inc: Is There a Potential for Collaboration? (FB TWTR MA)

MasterCard wants to work with FB and TWTR. Such a partnership would be beneficial to both companies. But, Facebook could make it successful. More 

Fitbit Inc Stock: Ignore Wall Street’s Bashing of FIT

Wall Street got it wrong when it comes to Fitbit stock. FIT is a buy, and here is why. More 

Alphabet Inc’s New Price Target No Help to GOOGL Stock

This UBS analyst has hiked his target price for Alphabet Inc based on three key factors that will set GOOGL stock soaring, yet GOOGL lost ground More 

10 Tech Stocks That Are Disturbingly Overbought

The huge run-up in prices since mid-February has made a number of names look like heroes, but it also has these tech stocks looking vulnerable to a pullback. More 

Apple Inc. Stock: Why the iPhone SE Could Falter in Emerging Markets (AAPL)

The iPhone SE is not likely to push iPhone sales in emerging markets for Apple stock, as it is still way more expensive than the average smartphone there. More