Articles about cloud
Cloud stocks, cloud computing, and related technologies could be a great investment idea for 2012 and beyond (stocks or ETFs). Individual investors are always on the lookout for stocks that are worthy of investment. Some great well known companies are part of this sector, including a number of mega, large, mid, and small cap stocks - including some that might be candidates for consolidation.
As the tech world and Wall Street start to agree about the possibilities of Big Data, there are a number of global tech conferences in 2012 dealing with business intelligence, unstructured big data analytics as a service, Hadoop, and more.
International Business Machines (ticker symbol: IBM) is one of those iconic stocks in the diversified technology sector that investors want to own. But with a lofty share price of $194.62 today (5/31/12) - down from a 52-week high of $210.69, this Dow Jones Industrial component’s share price is too high for many regular investors.
Technology moves very fast and for college students this is very good news! There are so many new devices in the laptop, netbook, and the tablet categories that it’s often very difficult to stay current - but rest assured the advances will make your college life easier. As a college student, you need to find the most useful electronics - and find the best deals - to make your time in college more fun, rewarding, efficient, and simple.
The right tattoo says something about you! One of these tattoo designs with meaning for men and women, will make you more awesome than a celebrity. Forget about the tattoos on people like Chris Brown, Lady Gaga, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Wiz Khalifa, and others -- these are the big five designs to choose from! Get your tattoo today.
Facebook's IPO will likely take place in spring or summer 2012. What can individual investors learn about Facebook's initial public offering of stock from the social media IPO of LinkedIn in 2011. Are there lessons to be learned? Are the companies similar enough to matter?
Investing in individual stocks doesn't have to be as risky as some would lead you to believe. If you use individual holdings to augment or offset your mutual fund (stocks and bonds) assets in your work 401K or 403B retirement accounts -- you can have growth, income AND diversification.
Now that the Facebook IPO has been such a disaster, should you buy the stock for long term after this pullback. If you are so inclined, here is the most bullish case for Facebook long-term.
One approach to long-term investing that doesn’t get as much attention is global dividend investing in stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds.
If you're considering options trading, you would be well served to spend some time paper trading rather than lose real money in your brokerage account while you learn. Here's a post about HOW TO and WHY you should paper trade, or practice trade options.
As individual investors and traders, we need to continually scour the web and do our own research for our investments -- so here’s my list of 10 top investing ideas for 2012 including stocks, commodities, ETFs, and mutual funds. I hope it inspires you to do your own investigation of these and other investing choices, since our 401K, 403b, IRA, rollover retirement accounts, SEP and Roth IRAs portfolios are all generally under our own control.