Stock Market

Not long ago, I issued a bullish call on Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock. I still like Nvidia’s long-term prospects as a company. However, I don’t recommend investing at any price. My concern is that artificial intelligence (AI) hype has distorted Nvidia’s valuation, so a share price pullback may be due. There are growth stocks in 2023, and
While uncertainty looms large, long-term investors have an opportunity within some high-growth sectors in the stock market. The headlines are dominated by the impact of inflation and interest rates, which will likely cause some volatility in the near term. But zooming out further, there are plenty of opportunities for growth. In some cases, outsized growth.
Electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) certainly uses artificial intelligence (AI) to its advantage. However, this doesn’t automatically mean TSLA stock should be classified as an AI stock. Nevertheless, Tesla’s loyal investors can remain optimistic about the future prospects of the company and the stock. On May 12, I declared, “It’s definitely not too late to
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares have continued to climb at a moderately-high pace. Positive news regarding regulatory approval of the tech giant’s acquisition of Activision (NASDAQ:ATVI) has somewhat played a role in the MSFT stock rally. However, the key driver was high excitement about Microsoft’s high exposure to the artificial intelligence mega-trend. As a first-mover among big
Even though Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) stock is up sharply year-to-date, investors need to be careful now. Meta Platforms’ latest layoffs could be a sign of trouble. Also, Meta Platforms will have to pay a high price for failing to abide by data-privacy rules in the United Kingdom. Meta Platforms is involved in multiple different technology fields