Tech stocks are down, but not for lack of trying.
There’s a new tech stock craze sweeping the markets, and it has an even more lucrative upside than ever.
And it’s not just the big tech companies that are on the rise.
We’ve seen this trend before: in the past year, we’ve seen a surge in high-end tech stocks.
In fact, according to data from S&P Dow Jones Indices, there have been four tech stocks that have jumped from $50.75 to over $400, and they’re all in the $100,000 range.
But here’s the catch: if you buy into tech stocks right now, you’re going to need to wait a bit.
And the odds are that the tech market will only continue to increase for a while longer.
For now, however, the new trend is worth keeping an eye on, because there are a few reasons why it might be a good time to invest in tech stocks today.
Here’s what you need to know about the new tech trend.
It’s not all about tech.
There are plenty of high-quality tech stocks out there right now.
In the past few years, tech stocks have risen more than 80% in value, and a new report from Morningstar shows that the average tech stock is now valued at $1.7 trillion.
That’s up from just under $1 trillion in 2015, according the company.
While tech stocks may not be the hottest market right now (and they’re not all going to do well in the near future), it’s a good bet that the next few years are going to see the hottest tech stocks on the planet.
The best example of this is WhatsApp, a messaging service that’s on track to become the next Facebook.
It could easily surpass Twitter as the top messaging app, which is why it’s worth looking at today’s tech stocks, whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or hold.
The tech boom is not happening everywhere.
Although some of the tech stocks you see on the news cycle may not look very different from other tech stocks from a decade ago, the tech boom has changed everything.
Here are the top tech stocks according to Morningstar in 2017: Facebook, up $6.85 billion, up from $3.92 billion in 2016.
Google, up 20% from $1,700 in 2016 to $5,800 in 2017.
Netflix, up 25% from about $1 billion in 2015 to about $9 billion in 2017 (Source: Morningstar) Microsoft, up 11% from the $6 billion it was valued at in 2016 (Source, CNBC) Twitter, up 13% from around $8 billion in the last year to around $50 billion in 2018.
LinkedIn, up 19% from over $50 million in 2015 (Source) Netflix, down 15% from roughly $2 billion in 2019 to $1 million in 2020.
Amazon, down 11% and up 12% respectively (Source).
These are the tech giants that are the most important to watch right now in terms of growth.
If you want to watch their stock price go up, you’ll want to do some serious digging to find out why, but here’s a quick rundown of how the tech companies are trending right now: 1.
Facebook and Twitter Facebook and WhatsApp are the two most important social media companies in the world right now and it’s important to understand why they’re doing so well.
Facebook has been the top social network for nearly two decades and has been growing at an astonishing rate.
It was valued in 2017 at $70 billion, which makes it the most valuable social network in the history of mankind.
In 2018, Facebook’s share of global internet traffic surpassed that of Google, which in 2018 had the second-most users on the internet, behind only Twitter.
In 2019, Facebook was valued to be worth $60 billion, while Google was valued around $70.
Facebook is also one of the top 5 most valuable companies in America, and is now worth $1 and $2 trillion, respectively.
Twitter has also seen a big rise in popularity over the past couple of years.
Over the last five years, its market cap has jumped from just $10 billion to over a trillion.
Twitter is also an important part of the news and entertainment industry.
The company’s stock rose in 2017 from $12.50 to $19.80 in 2018, which was worth nearly $200 billion at the time.
In 2017, it was also valued at just under a trillion dollars, but in 2018 that value increased to $26.2 billion, according Recode.
The two companies are both valued at more than $1 quadrillion, which means they’re both worth a total of more than four quadrillions.
Facebook currently holds more than 1,500 billion shares, which translates to more than 2,000 million shares outstanding at the moment.
Twitter’s market cap is currently valued