Top Tech Stocks For 2018

Cerner Corporation (NASDAQ:CERN) is a provider of health information technology (hit), devices, hardware and especially after-sales services around its products. The company profits from the big fundamental trend of digitization in combination with an improving health care system. Normally, I prefer distressed stories like already published before, but CERN is offering from my point of view a really attractive opportunity based on short-term irrational behavior.

Let’s have a look on the industry itself

A lot of users are already using “FitBits” or have an application on their smartphone to monitor the daily footsteps, pulse, nutrition and sports. CERN might connect these data in the future with your family doctor or health insurance. Of course, it’s a really sensitive issue of data protection but nevertheless an continuous trend. The strongly growing mHealth-market underlines the general growth within the digitization of healthcare.

Click to enlarge(Source: research2guidance, mHelath App Market Report 2013-2017)

Top Tech Stocks For 2018: Starbucks Corporation(SBUX)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Mark Fritz]

    Like Apple, Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX) is currently appealing an EU Commission decision holding it liable for about $35.8 million in back taxes in the Netherlands.

  • [By Seth McNew]

    For those looking for individual stocks that could make for great long-term Roth IRA holdings, here’s whyApple(NASDAQ:AAPL), Starbucks(NASDAQ:SBUX), andWalt Disney Co.(NYSE:DIS) could be prime targets.

  • [By Chris Lange]

    Huge promotions have always been a staple of retailers during the holiday season. Now Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) is capitalizing on the holiday cheer not just with pumpkin spice lattes and launching its biggest giveaway ever with Project Give Good.

  • [By WWW.THESTREET.COM]

    Last week, people widely panned Starbucks’ (SBUX) quarter, but look out as it is now nicely above where it reported. That’s pretty monumental given that the company didn’t do the U.S. comp number people were looking for.

  • [By Sreekanth Anasa]

    Google has had an eventful last few days. Firstly,Google’s search engine highlighted an inaccurate story claiming that President-elect Donald Trump won the popular vote in the recently concluded presidentialelections. This raises questions over Alphabet Incs ‘crown jewel, Google search. But Google has come out strongly against fake news in its search results with new Ad policies and other strict measures to have the most accurate search results. To make things worse for Alphabet, the companys drone delivery deal withStarbucks Corporation(NSDQ: SBUX) fell through last week.

Top Tech Stocks For 2018: Atlantia S.p.A. (ATASF)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By SEEKINGALPHA.COM]

    Atlantia (ATASF) (AT.IM), Eiffage (OTCPK:EFGSY) (FGR.FP), Ferrovial (OTC:FRRVF) (FER.SM), Albertis (OTC:ABFOF) (ABE.SM) and Vinci (OTCPK:VCISF) (DG.FP)

Top Tech Stocks For 2018: Twitter, Inc.(TWTR)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Andrew Tonner]

    IPOs like Snap are a rare breed. In looking for companies comparable to it, I looked for listings that sported a post-IPO valuation above $5 billion, went pubic after 2010, and employ a consumer-facing business model. This resulted in an admittedly small sample of highly hyped tech IPOs including Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN), and Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA). For transparency’s sake, I opted to not include Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba in this list because its geographic focus and scale made it fundamentally different than the above tech IPOs, although including it wouldn’t have changed the outcome of this analysis.

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) reported stronger-than-expected earnings for its first quarter on Wednesday.

    Twitter said it earned $0.11 per share in the first quarter on revenue of $548.25 million; Analysts were expecting the company to earn one cent per share on revenue of $511.91 million.

  • [By Shanthi Rexaline]

    The companies named by SAPPRFT include Weibo, the Chinese-equivalent of Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR), Phoenix New Media and video sharing website AcFun.

  • [By William Romov]

    Or the Twitter Inc. (Nasdaq: TWTR) IPO, where the stock climbed 65.66%, to $69, before losing 68.33% of its share value.

    And then there was the Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) IPO, which opened at $24.48 but has since fallen 45.67% to $13.30, where it currently trades. Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald called the Snap IPO the most dangerous IPO he’s ever seen.

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