Tech Boom 2.0: 7 Stocks That Will Dominate the Next Surge


  • NXP (NXPI): The company recently introduced the S32 CoreRide platform for software-defined vehicles and strategic collaboration.
  • Tower Semiconductor (TSEM): Bolsters its market presence through strategic partnerships, while substantial investments in R&D and capacity fortify its competitive edge.
  • Palantir (PLTR): Records solid growth in U.S. commercial deals, and customer count indicates scalable customer acquisition strategies.
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Tech Stocks to Buy - Tech Boom 2.0: 7 Stocks That Will Dominate the Next Surge

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For investors hoping to ride the next wave of growth in the tech sector, spotting good prospects is essential. The tech industry provides many development opportunities, from semiconductor giants redefining vehicle electronics to artificial intelligence (AI) advancements transforming user experiences. These are seven exceptional businesses with strong innovations and market strategies driving their expansion. To back this, these firms represent fantastic entry opportunities for investors looking to gain exposure to the rapidly expanding tech industry. They are spread throughout several tech sub-sectors. 

In short, these firms are leading the way in pushing technical improvements and transforming industries with their innovative payment systems, disruptive AI-powered solutions, and cutting-edge semiconductor technology. Every business offers something distinct. The first one makes ground-breaking discoveries in automotive electronics, the second one transforms decision-making with data-driven insights, and the third one augments user experiences with AI capabilities.

Moreover, the fourth’s foundry business has promise for revenue development as well. Meanwhile, the fifth one has widespread user adoption, leading to AI innovation. Lastly, the sixth has demonstrated remarkable revenue growth within the client group, while the seventh has robust development potential through diversification into other customer categories.


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NXP (NASDAQ:NXPI) launched several innovation efforts in the first quarter of 2024 to improve its product range and meet difficult market demands. These endeavors include the industry’s first 28-nanometer RFCMOS single-chip automotive radar, the 5-nanometer S32M processor, and the S32 CoreRide platform for next-generation software-defined vehicles (SDV).

Furthermore, NXP’s partnerships with leading companies in the sector, including Honeywell (NASDAQ:HON), bolster its dedication to innovation and market leadership. Honeywell’s building management systems will use neural network-enabled industrial-grade application processors to minimize energy usage, improving operational efficiency in commercial buildings.

Thanks to these innovative activities, these important development sectors, including the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), automotive electronics, and communication infrastructure, position NXP as a leader. Hence, to maintain its competitive edge and fuel future growth, the firm must consistently invest in research and development and introduce state-of-the-art technology.

Tower Semiconductor (TSEM)

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A key component of Tower Semiconductor’s (NASDAQ:TSEM) market development strategy is the strategic alliances it has with leading companies in the sector, including Marvell (NASDAQ:MRVL), Inner Light, Renaissance, and ST. These alliances open doors to new technology, markets, and expansion prospects. For instance, the partnership with Renaissance in the satellite broadband sector presents new opportunities for income creation and market development.

Additionally, the company spends heavily on capacity growth, research and development, demonstrating its focus on advancement and satisfying client needs. Tower Semiconductor is taking a proactive approach to growing its operations and gaining a market lead. It intends to build a 12-inch production facility in Agrate, Italy, and invest in cutting-edge technologies like silicon photonics. Furthermore, the company’s long-term growth aim and financial model align with the expenditures on tech advancements and capacity expansion.

Finally, Tower Semiconductor’s robust balance sheet and ability to generate cash flow indicate its careful financial planning. Thus, the firm’s balance sheet shows a current assets ratio of 6.2x, indicating solid financial standing and plenty of liquidity. 

Palantir (PLTR)

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Between Q4 2022 and Q4 2023, Palantir’s (NYSE:PLTR) number of U.S. commercial transactions with a total contract value (TCV) of $1 million or more doubled. Furthermore, U.S. commercial TCV increased on a dollar-weighted length basis by 42% sequentially and 107% year-over-year (YOY). Indeed, the distribution of transaction sizes and TCV growth rates over time reflects Palantir’s client acquisition techniques’ scalability, profitability, and contribution to total revenue growth.

Moreover, Palantir had a 22% sequential growth rate and a 55% YOY rise in the number of U.S. business customers. Fundamentally, these trends in consumer preferences and market dynamics propel customer expansion and acquisition with changes in client counts across various industry sectors or geographic locations.

Overall, the client retention rates and prospects for growth inside current customer accounts reflect Palantir’s capacity to increase revenue and long-term valuation growth.

Intel (INTC)

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With $4.4 billion in revenue, Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC) foundry unit is expected to see significant profitability growth. This potential for margin growth demonstrates Intel’s capacity to seize a sizeable portion of the foundry industry and produce steady, long-term profitability from its chip-making operations. This is reflected in the strong interest in Intel 18A and the company’s strong pipeline of around 50 test chips.

Further, Intel introduced a new operational model that improved responsibility and transparency throughout the company. This is resulting in enhanced productivity and budgetary restraint. Thanks to this restructuring, Intel can better spend resources wisely, make well-informed choices, and maximize its financial performance.

Lastly, Intel released its Q2 sales estimate, predicting revenue in the $12.5 billion to $13.5 billion range. The company also projected growth in all areas over H2 2024. With this guidance, investors will understand Intel’s performance and future growth possibilities. Therefore, this reflects the company’s commitment to financial openness and responsibility.

Meta (META)

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Leading the way in AI advancement, Meta (NASDAQ:META) focuses on creating cutting-edge AI capabilities to improve user experiences and spur expansion. The company’s AI-powered assistant, Meta AI, has garnered tremendous user acceptance and interest, as exhibited by the tens of millions of individuals who have previously tried it.

Additionally, billions of parameters are included in Meta’s AI models, such as Llama 3, which are critical to obtaining high performance and accuracy levels in AI applications. The money from Meta’s end-to-end AI-powered products, such as the Advantage+ app’s marketing and purchasing, has more than doubled over the previous year, proving the practicality of AI-driven solutions for business.

Moreover, over 3.2 billion individuals use one or more of Meta’s apps every day. This number demonstrates the enormous size of Meta’s user base, which offers a sizable market for its goods and services. The size of Meta’s user base alone attests to its deep market penetration. Hence, with billions of daily users, Meta has solidified its place as a top technology firm, making a big impact on the worldwide digital scene.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

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Advanced Micro Device’s (NASDAQ:AMD) client business has seen solid revenue growth, hitting $1.4 billion, an 85% rise from 2022. Strong demand, especially in the desktop and mobile sectors for AMD’s most recent generation of Ryzen central processing units (CPUs) was the main driver of this development. 

Moreover, AMD’s Ryzen Pro 8000 series of CPUs for business PCs and other Ryzen portfolio expansions were vitally introduced. This helped increase the company’s revenue and market share in the client segment. AMD improves its competitive stance in the client market by increasing its ability to accommodate a wider variety of customer demands and preferences through the diversity of its product offerings.

Additionally, AMD expects the client segment to continue growing in the future. This is due to the introduction of the next generation of Ryzen mobile processors and the continuous acceptance of Ryzen processors. Lastly, the company cooperates with partners like Lenovo (OTCMKTS:LNVGY) and HP (NYSE:HPQ) on AI-powered PC products, fortifying its competitive stance in the customer market.

Block (SQ)

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The parent company of Afterpay, Block (NYSE:SQ), has several core advantages. These advantages then contribute to its potential for quick expansion. The strategic effort of Afterpay to expand into more in-demand areas is a response to the wide range of consumer preferences. When asked whether they would be more readily available, 67% of customers said they would be prepared to utilize “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) services more regularly. This reflects the popularity of these alternative payment methods, especially with Gen Z and Millennial customers.

Additionally, Afterpay’s core strength, which adds to its potential for quick expansion, is its focus on fostering financial responsibility and consumer trust. The percentage of transactions with no late penalties (98%), the timely installment payment rate (95%), and customer-reported benefits, including less financial stress (77%), improved financial management (67%), and higher savings (60%) are just a few of the progressive measures.

Overall, these figures demonstrate how Afterpay has successfully promoted financial stability. This has increased client loyalty.

As of this writing, Yiannis Zourmpanos held long positions in PLTR, INTC, META and AMD. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.

Yiannis Zourmpanos is the founder of Yiazou Capital Research, a stock-market research platform designed to elevate the due diligence process through in-depth business analysis.

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