Sony ADR Repsg 1 Ord Shs (SNE)
$69.16 1.37 (1.94%)
19:58 EDT SNE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $69.16
Market Cap 87.52B
PE Ratio 0.18
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 908,000
Day's Range 69.05 - 70.06
52-Week Range 50.94 - 73.86
Dividend & Yield 0.25 (0.36%)
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These undervalued stocks have been hit hard lately, but they still have what it takes to make a comeback, making them solid stocks to buy.
Like other tech firms, Microsoft stock has enjoyed a robust 2019. Unlike the competition, though, MSFT has kept its nose clean, avoiding some of the industry’s biggest controversies.
Apple stock is already up sharply this year. Looking ahead, its Services unit is building momentum. The iPhone 11 series enjoys wide appeal.
NVDA will report its Q3 earnings this week, but Nvidia stock may not be a buy based on its current high valuation.
It looks like CEO Kenichiro Yoshida's "One Sony" strategy is paying off with a big boost to Sony stock following recent earnings.
Although recession fears abound, some data indicates that the global markets are still robust. If so, these international growth stocks could be the key to lifting your portfolio.
Despite a seasonally weak start to October investors should remain ready to pull the trigger on trend-busting video game stocks Take-Two Interactive, Sony and Zynga
Nvidia stock may be approaching a ceiling, with the big growth factors for graphics cards in 2020 favoring rival AMD over NVDA.
Entertainment stocks to buy in a recession might appear to be a counterintuitive idea due to declining consumer sentiment. However, rough times necessitate the need for cheap forms of amusement, which these companies provide.
PlayStation Plus Free Games for September 2019 will have players checking out a couple of single-player experiences starting next week.
AMD stock barely fell after reporting lower revenue. Investors are optimistic about AMD's prospects over the next few years.
PlayStation Plus Free Games for August 2019 have been revealed by Sony (SNE) and there are two tiles for owners of the PlayStation 4.
Young investors have a crucial time advantage with stocks to buy in that they can patiently ride out longer-term bullish arguments.
Wednesday's Apple Rumors include where the company stands in the world of gaming, a new repair partnership with Best Buy and more.
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