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SoundHound AI (NASDAQ:SOUN) certainly benefited when the artificial intelligence trend swept through Wall Street. You may choose to hold SoundHound AI stock if you’re bullish on AI technology for the long term. In the final analysis, we’re assigning a “B” grade to the stock as the risks and potential rewards are considerable. SoundHound AI occupies an interesting
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Once mainly a develop of operating systems for desktop computers, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is mainly a cloud-computing and artificial intelligence technology company now. Yet, even Microsoft has its weak points, and Microsoft stock gets a “B” grade and investors may choose to hold their current share position. Adding some Microsoft shares to your portfolio is fine, but
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If you’re only looking for a risk-free, “steady Eddie” financial-sector holding, then you probably don’t want to invest in Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ:HOOD). Bear in mind, Robinhood isn’t a traditional broker and trading platform. Still, risk-tolerant folks may find valid reasons to own Robinhood stock, so we’re assigning it a “B” grade. Robinhood became famous as a
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Surely, it’s tempting for investors to place huge bets on Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE:TSM). The company is a chipmaking giant with expectation-beating earnings results. Overeager traders should pay attention to TSM’s outlook for the global chip market. With that in mind, it’s not an ideal time to buy Taiwan Semiconductor stock. It’s been an interesting year
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Trump Media & Technology Group (NASDAQ:DJT) is often in the financial and nonfinancial headlines. Political polls and voter sentiment, however, don’t provide any insight on what to do with Trump Media stock. Your investment strategy needn’t be complicated. Let’s examine Trump Media to clear up confusion and reach a reasonable conclusion. First and foremost, don’t get sidetracked
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Trade wars are always destructive. The current escalation in the chip wars will be no different. The Biden administration banned the use of equipment from China’s Huawei and ZTE over alleged national security concerns. Semiconductor stocks like Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) were prohibited from selling their high-end chips to China. Now Beijing is retaliating. It is barring
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