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Blockchain has emerged as one of the most disruptive forces in the technology sector. However, while several people still prefer to invest via the cryptocurrency market. It is not easy. Some cryptocurrency platforms like NewsCrypto have been created with the aim of making crypto trading easier. But still, traditional investors remain inclined to stocks instead.
Graphics processing unit manufacturer Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) has been the preference for those looking to invest in the massive adoption of blockchain technology. The company's stock has surged nearly 700% over the last three years amid an increase in demand for
The firm reduced its stake in Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) by 13.47%. The trade had an impact of -0.54% on the portfolio.
The world's highest-grossing online retailer has a market cap of $1.56 trillion and an enterprise value of $1.58 trillion.
GuruFocus gives the company a profitability and growth rating of 2 out of 10. The return on equity of 25.53% and return on assets of 7.33% are outperforming 85% of
U.S. stocks were in the red on Thursday morning. The Dow fell 0.26% to 29,362, the S&P 500 index lost 0.15% to 3,562 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was up 0.29% to 11,836.
• L Brands Inc (LB) +16.3%
• Target Corp (TGT) +3.9%
• Lowe's Companies Inc (LOW) +2.3%
• Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc (CMG) +0.1%
• MGM Resorts International (MGM) +0.5%
• Johnson Controls International PLC (JCI) -1.1%
• CenterPoint Energy Inc (CNP) -1%
• Valero Energy Corp (VLO) -1%
• Pfizer (PFE) -0.6%
The main European stock markets
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 29,438.42 on Wednesday with a loss of 344.93 points or -1.16%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,567.79 for a loss of 41.74 points or -1.16%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 11,801.60 for a loss of 97.74 points or -0.82%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 23.84 for a gain of 1.13 points or 4.98%.
Wednesday's Market Movers
The major U.S. indexes ended lower again Wednesday with a mix of Coronavirus headlines. Pfizer (PFE) released more data on its Covid-19 vaccine, reporting 95% effectiveness.
On the earnings calendar:
- Lowe's (LOW): Revenue of
The guru's St. Louis-based firm approaches potential investments with the mindset of a business owner, analyzing a handful of undervalued companies that have a dominant product or service, consistent earnings, revenue and dividend growth, are highly profitable and have strong management teams.
In his shareholder letter for the three-month period ended Sept. 30, Rolfe noted "the stock market continues to take its cue from the unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus to thwart the pandemic emanating from
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 29,479.81 on Friday with a gain of 399.64 points or 1.37%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,585.15 for a gain of 48.14 points or 1.36%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 11,829.29 for a gain of 119.70 points or 1.02%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 23.10 for a loss of 2.25 points or -8.88%.
For the week, the Nasdaq Composite was down -0.6%, the Dow Jones gained 4.1% and the S&P 500 gained 2.2%. For the year, the Nasdaq has a gain of 31.84%, the S&P 500 is up 10.97% and the
Over the last six months, we have skewed our portfolio more toward defense companies. We have done this intentionally. The world appears less safe today than at any time since the Berlin Wall came down. After 9/11, the world was united to fight terrorists. Even Russia – our Cold War foe – reached out to help the U.S. fight the terrorists who attacked us.
Fast-forward two decades. We live in a drastically different world.
The resurgence of nationalism had started to create cracks in attitudes about global trade, especially in the U.S., before the pandemic. The pandemic has just widened
Robert Swan, the CEO of Intel Corporation (INTC), has been buying stock in the chipmaker this year in July and October.
Part of the reason might be explained by the below one-year price chart, which shows a declining stock price:
Swan had no shortage of shares already in his holdings before this year - after all, he is the CEO and has received millions of dollars worth of as part of executive compensationplans. Bloomberg called him the seventh-highest-paid CEO of 2019 and provided this breakdown of his $99,022,847 compensation for the year:
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) tumbled over 4% on Tuesday on the heels of reporting its third-quarter earnings results. The company also announced that it entered a definitive agreement to acquire rival semiconductor company Xilinx Inc. (XLNX).
AMD earnings summary
The Santa Clara, California-based semiconductor company reported net income of $390 million, or 32 cents in earnings per share, compared with net income of $120 million, or 14 cents in earnings per share, in the prior-year quarter. Adjusted net income of 41 cents per share topped the consensus estimate of 35 cents per share.
The S&P 500 Index stocks saw their aggregate trailing 12-month revenue per share grow by approximately 4% on average every year over the past five years. The share price of the benchmark for the U.S. stock market ($3,400.97 as of Monday) has gained nearly 65% over the past five years through Oct. 26.
Thus, investors may want to consider the following stocks, as they have outperformed the S&P 500 index in terms of superior five-year revenue per share growth rates.
The first company that makes the cut is Visa Inc (V).
The San Francisco-based global provider of
We added NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) to the Fund in April 2019. And so far, it has been a tremendous addition. This California company is the market leader in providing graphic processing cards to the PC industry. The cards' ability to calculate many processes simultaneously makes them well-suited to artificial intelligence and machine learning applications. This has created a strong new leg of company growth in large data centers. Meanwhile, demand for graphics cards by consumers remains robust, and Nvidia has delivered a significant boost in performance with its latest designs. NVDA is now over a 4% position in the
Market Overview | Third Quarter 2020
In the past six months, we've experienced the fastest stock market recovery ever, following the bottom of a bear market. As cooler days arrive, it wouldn't be surprising to see the market cool off a bit as well. We hope that the economic recovery picks up some of the vigor we have seen in the market. There are many reasons for optimism going forward, but there are also some concerns as well. And COVID-19 isn't yet under control, though there are promising reports of vaccines in development.
The equities index numbers reflect the market's
With one quarter to go in 2020, this is by far the most extraordinary year I have experienced in my 67 years on earth. Just as we were hoping things might be settling down, the leader of the free world came down with COVID. Of course, that was just three days after the debate from hell. This year has brought us a worldwide pandemic, protesting and rioting in most of our big cities, political chaos in Washington and an economy attempting to recover from a shutdown the likes of which we have never seen. If there is one
We sold our position in NVIDIA Corp (NVDA) to fund the purchase of First Republic Bank during the quarter. NVIDIA has blown past previous peak valuation multiples as demand for its gaming and datacenter graphical processing units (GPU) have soared due to a new product cycle, as well as easy comparisons to slow 2019 sales. Earlier this year, the Company launched its new Ampere line of GPUs. Hypercloud customers such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure have been quick to deploy the new "A100" chips as thousands of artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML)-focused startups, enterprises, and research institutes
On Sept. 13, Nvida Corp. (NVDA) announced that it has agreed to acquire U.K.-based global chipmaker Arm from its current owner, SoftBank (TSE:9984), in a cash-and-stock transaction valued at $40 billion.
The deal would combine Nvidia, a leading developer of graphics processing units (GPUs), with a cutting-edge chipmaker that supplies many of the top tech companies around the world, including Apple (AAPL), Samsung (XKRX:005930), Qualcomm (QCOM) and Huawei, among others.
The synergy potential is high and could result in a semiconductor company with the ability to challenge Intel's (INTC) processor dominance. If the deal goes through, which Nvidia aims to
Spiros Segalas (Trades, Portfolio)' Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund manages a $37.35 billion equity portfolio composed of 54 stocks. The firm sold shares of the following stocks during its third quarter of fiscal 2020, which ended on July 31.
The firm reduced its position in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA) by 35.85%. The trade had an impact of -1.18% on the portfolio.
The chinese online and mobile commerce company has a market cap of $795.40 billion and an enterprise value of $774.34 billion.
GuruFocus gives the company a profitability and
Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) has started to roll out its next generation of graphics processing units, with the first release of the series hitting the market on Sept. 17. While the company has seen share prices drop from their record high of $573.86 at the beginning of the month, the new graphics cards along with the acquisition of Arm Ltd., an AI company based in the U.K., should help to stabilize the recent decline.
Nvidia is a leading designer of GPUs that enhance the experience on computing platforms. The company's chips are used in a variety of
According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, a Premium feature, the stocks of the following guru-owned tech companies have outperformed the S&P 500 Index over the past 12 months through Sept. 18.
NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA) has a market cap of $320.99 billion. It has outperformed the S&P 500 by 172.66% over the past year.
Shares are trading with a price-earnings ratio 95.52. As of Friday, the share price was 206% above the 52-week low and 11% below the 52-week high.
The company, which designs graphics processing units, has a GuruFocus profitability rating of 10 out of 10. The
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,993.33 on Monday with a gain of 327.69 points or 1.18%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,383.54 for a gain of 42.57 points or 1.27%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 11,056.65 for a gain of 203.11 points or 1.87%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 25.85 for a loss of 1.02 points or -3.80%.
Monday's Market Movers
U.S. indexes ended higher Monday. Merger and acquisition activity was a catalyst. Biotech was also a strong contributor, with the Nasdaq Biotech Index up 5.4%.
Stock headlines for the day included:
- TikTok and Oracle
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,940.47 on Wednesday with a gain of 439.58 points or 1.60%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,398.96 for a gain of 67.12 points or 2.01%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 11,141.56 for a gain of 293.87 points or 2.71%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 28.81 for a loss of 2.65 points or -8.42%.
Wednesday's Market Movers
U.S. indexes rebounded Wednesday after a three-day selloff that left the Nasdaq down around -10%. Technology led gains for the day. The PHLX Semiconductor Index gained 2.72%.
Across the board, the following stocks led gains: