From Salvador Rodriguez: Tech trade organizations on Wednesday lashed out at a newly proposed bill by Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., that would fundamentally alter the business models of tech companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube.
From Matthew Johnston:
From Aparajita Saxena: (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes rose on Tuesday, led by technology stocks, on the back of easing trade tensions with Mexico and signs of more fiscal stimulus in China.
From Katherine Ross: E3 2019 is upon us.
From Lizzy Gurdus: Tech titans or falling knives?
From Contrarian Outlook: Technology changes so fast these days that firms in the sector can see their profits quickly vanish.
From Zacks: Dodging all the ills of economy and politics, the S&P 500 index is enjoying the second-largest bull run and added almost $20 trillion to the value of American equities.
From Jon Markman: Leading tech stocks suffered a huge downside reversal Friday. Bears are thrilled. Many feel vindicated.
From Zacks: Most of the sectors have been shining this year on proposed Trump policies and stronger earnings and, technology is no exception. In fact, almost every corner of the tech sector is delivering robust performances pushing the stocks higher.
Investors looking for ETFs with big momentum should take a close look at the Vanguard Information Technology Index Fund (VGT). This fund just hit a new 52-week high of $125.89 today, and is now up a whopping 35.44% from its 52-week low price of $92.95 per share.
This morning we delve into some profit taking that has evidently been occurring in the PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 ETF (NASDAQ:QQQ) into Apple’s recent surge on strong iPhone 7 sales.
From David Fabian: Apple’s enormous size and wide ownership makes it an interesting outlier, which investors can gain significant exposure to via ETF purchases.
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