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The AI economy is expected to reach $15.7 trillion by 2030 which is four times larger than mobile. Our research predicts who will be the new FAANGs in the AI economy.

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May 27, 2022

How about Podcast: Beth Kindig on Tech stocks

I/O Fund lead tech analyst Beth Kindig joined Motley Fool analyst Deidre Woolard to talk about the recent downturn for tech investors and how I/O Fund is weathering the storm. 

May 25, 2022

Unity Stock: Priced Too Low For The Long-Term Opportunity

Unity has demonstrated strong price action following the IPO last year due to its unique blend of cash efficient ad-tech monetization and near-monopolistic game development platform. The company is well suited for the Metaverse and industrial 3D worlds due to its history of supporting 3D game development.

May 18, 2022

Cloudflare Stock Misses On Cash Flow In Q1

For Cloudflare, revenue growth is not an issue at this time. Yet, revenue growth is less meaningful in the current macro environment if the growth does not translate to a healthier bottom line.

May 10, 2022

Shopify Stock Hit By Plethora Of Headwinds In Q1

With Shopify’s stock in the gutter, is now a good time to buy the company? The answer is that it depends on your time horizon. The long-term story is intact but there are also opportunity costs to holding a stock that must be considered.

May 04, 2022

Alphabet Stock Shows Underlying Strength Compared To Facebook (Meta Platforms)

If an investor were to believe market price action this week, it would appear Facebook had strong earnings while Alphabet stumbled. Yet, the opposite is true. Primarily, it was strength in retail ads that led to Alphabet reporting healthy growth of 23%. Meanwhile, Meta Platforms (Facebook) reported revenue growth of 9.7% and is guiding for roughly 0% growth from $28.5 billion in Q2 2021 to $29 billion.

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