Stocks that are involved in the development of new technologies fall into this category. This can involve both hardware and software firms. Electronics, computers, services that develop new software, and periphery businesses all fall under the heading of technology stocks. Technology is being used increasingly in all sectors of the economy, which is why this sector is a growing field. New developments in hardware and software are being made every day and innovation continues to enhance our society.
The NASDAQ appears set for a dismal start to the week after a string of disappointing earnings reports from several technology giants, including Soho.com Inc. (NASDAQ/SOHU) and Changyou.Com Limited (NASDAQ/CYOU), continue to sap risk appetite.A more-than eight percent dive in China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index also. Read More
Shares of Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ/NFLX) surged more than 16% on Thursday July 16th. Why? The video streaming giant just released its earnings report.In the second quarter of 2015, Netflix had total revenue of $1.64 billion, a 22.4% increase year-over-year. Net income, however, declined by 63% year-over-year to $26.3 million due to. Read More
When it comes to investing, few have the fame, wealth, and track record of billionaire investor George Soros. His hedge fund, Soros Fund Management, has been one of the best performing firms in the business. With technology being one of the fastest-growing segments in the market today, let’s look at how George Soros is taking advantage. Read More
Is Wearable Technology Here to Stay?While wearable technology has evolved over the years, the success rate for widespread adoption is still open for debate. Launched in 1979, the idea of being able to listen to music on the go with a Sony Walkman was entirely novel.Though the Walkman wasn’t really wearable per se, it was portable. It. Read More