Popularity isn’t necessarily a good thing. There have been plenty of popular stocks in the past that eventually flamed out.
But popularity isn’t necessarily a bad thing, either. For example, quite a few of the 100 most popular stocks on the Robinhood trading platform appear to have very good growth prospects. Here are three on the list that could even realistically double within one year.
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Novavax(NASDAQ:NVAX) has gone way beyond doubling over the last 12 months. The biotech stock is up more than 2,000% thanks to good news for its influenza and coronavirus vaccine programs. It could very well deliver another 100% or greater return over the next year.
What would it take? For one thing, Novavax needs its COVID-19 vaccine candidate NVX-CoV2373 to succeed in late-stage clinical studies. The company has already kicked off a late-stage study of the vaccine in the
NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — North Equity, a leading digital media venture equity firm, today announced that it has acquired a number of media brands from Bonnier Corporation. The acquisition includes Popular Science,Popular Photography, Saveur, Outdoor Life, Field & Stream, Better You and Interesting Things.
The additions complement North Equity’s robust home platform, where Saveur will join BobVila.com and Kitchenistic to form a new food category. They will also create a new specialty media vertical under Popular Science and Popular Photography, and expand North’s growing footprint in the military, tactical and outdoor verticals, where it recently added Task & Purpose, one of the leading digital media properties for active-duty military and veterans.
“Since inception, the North team has proved our ability to acquire, reimagine and profitably grow media brands,” said Andrew Perlman, North Equity Managing Partner. “We have
India, as a smartphone market, is one of the last bastions of growth available for smartphone OEMs as market saturation is below 50% for smartphone ownership while internet penetration for 91% of the states is below 50% as well, as per Statista. The overall demand for pre-owned phones has jumped by 61% and supply has increased by 76% during the period of lockdown 1 and post the unlock while demand has jumped by 44% post unlock vs pre-COVID lockdown period, as per OLX.
With over 500mn internet and smartphone users, India now has about half the population accessing the internet. With 700mn users yet to be connected, smartphones, especially pre-owned ones will play an important role in driving India’s internet population to over a billion in the coming years.
In order to further understand the consumer behaviour towards pre-owned phones during COVID19, OLX for the 3rd edition of the study
A wild year of volatility for equities has brought investors of all sorts out of the woodwork. Although the ferocity of the first-quarter decline was a bit unnerving for all, it provided one heck of an opportunity for long-term investors to put their money to work in high-quality businesses.
The same can’t be said for short-term traders, or those chasing whatever happens to be this week’s or month’s hot stock on Wall Street. A quick glance at the investment activity by members of online investing app Robinhood confirms that some awful companies are being purchased.
Robinhood has been particularly successful at courting young and/or novice investors; the average age of its members is 31. Don’t get me wrong — it’s fantastic to see young people starting early and putting their money to work in the stock market. However, Robinhood is failing to provide the tools or education necessary for these
The ruling followed an emergency hearing Sunday morning in which lawyers for TikTok argued that the administration’s app-store ban would infringe on First Amendment rights and do irreparable harm to the business.
Earlier this year, President Donald Trump declared that TikTok, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, was a threat to national security and that it must either sell its U.S. operations to American companies or be barred from the country.
TikTok is still scrambling to firm up a deal tentatively struck a week ago in which it would partner with Oracle, a huge database-software company, and Walmart in an effort to win the blessing of both the Chinese and American governments. In the meantime, it is fighting to keep the app available in the U.S.
TikTok said in a statement that it was pleased with the court ruling and continues to work to turn its deal proposal into an actual
UiPath RPA Platform, JIFFY.ai and Automation Anywhere are the highest-rated RPA software by their users according to SoftwareReview’s Robotic Process Automation (RPOA) Data Quadrant Report.
RPA software users are also dissatisfied with how their vendors overpromise and under deliver, with this category receiving the lowest aggregate score of 77% and finding only two vendors above that score.
Native AI, Sentiment Analysis and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) are the three technology areas RPA providers most struggle with, earning the lowest aggregate scores in the survey.
These and many other fascinating insights are from SoftwareReview’s latest customer rankings published today in their two reports, the Data Quadrant Report, Robotic Process Automation, September 2020 and the Emotional Footprint Report, Robotic Process Automation, August 2020. Both reports are downloadable from the SoftwareReview’s Robotic Process Automation report page here.
The Emotional Footprint Report, Robotic Process Automation, August 2020, is based entirely on attitudinal
Nvidia’s new GeForce RTX 3080 Founder’s Edition graphics card ditches the “reference” style, single blower-style fan for a push/pull cooling solution. That much you already know. What you may find fascinating is that without any kind of thermal solution directly attached, a GPU like this would reach in excess of 750 degrees Celsius — about 100 degrees hotter than the melting point of aluminum.
So, cooling: it’s kind of important!
You may also find it interesting that a GPU’s cooling design can directly impact the types of systems or options your favorite PC builds like Origin, Alienware, Maingear and Falcon Northwest might offer.
In fact, Kelt Reeves of Falcon Northwest — the company largely responsible for the birth of gaming PCs — is an outspoken perfectionist when it comes to what he’ll allow in his systems. Of course,