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Best High Tech Stocks To Buy For 2023

MicroVision, Inc. (NASDAQ:MVIS) has been quietly churning out high tech imaging and laser scanning technology for years. But MVIS stock began to soar last fall on news it was developing a lidar system for the automotive sector.

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Between the start of December 2020 and Feb. 16 of this year, MVIS stock rocketed up by more than 920%. After a quick correction, it’s surged several times since, hitting a decade-long high close of $26.44 on April 26.

Best High Tech Stocks To Buy For 2023: China BAK Battery Inc.(CBAK)

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Top 10 Warren Buffett Stocks To Invest In Right Now

There are many ways to make money in the stock market. Every investor has their own style, different levels of risk tolerance, and diverse goals. But one of the easiest and most profitable ways to get rich on Wall Street is to follow in the footsteps of true masters such as Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham.

It’s elementary, really. First, identify companies with fantastic growth opportunities, sustainable business advantages over their rivals, and excellent management teams. Then, buy these stocks at reasonable prices. It’s OK to overpay a bit if you have to. Quality doesn’t....More>>>

Hot Value Stocks To Own For 2019

Zacks Investment Research lowered shares of Avid Technology (NASDAQ:AVID) from a buy rating to a hold rating in a research note issued to investors on Friday morning.

According to Zacks, “Avid Technology, Inc. develops, markets, sells and supports a wide range of software and systems for creating and manipulating digital media content. Digital media are media elements, whether video or audio or graphics, in which the image, sound or picture is recorded and stored as digital values, as opposed to analog signals. The company’s systems are designed to improve the productivity....More>>>

Top 10 Clean Energy Stocks To Own For 2019

Australia, one of the world’s biggest users of rooftop solar panels, likely added the most new capacity on record last year as electricity users sought to ease escalating power bills.

A preliminary estimate by Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator of 1.05 gigawatts installed last year would be a record for the country, the government body said in an emailed statement Friday. While subsidies and generous feed-in tariffs helped boost growth earlier this decade, last year’s gains were driven by users seeking to sidestep a surge in the cost of electricity....More>>>