Month: July 2020

Facebook, PayPal, Shopify, ServiceNow and Cognizant Technology

For Immediate Release

Chicago, IL – July 29, 2020 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include Facebook FB, PayPal PYPL, Shopify SHOP, ServiceNow NOW and Cognizant Technology CTSH.

Here are highlights from Tuesday’s Analyst Blog:

Tech Stocks’ Earnings Preview: Facebook, PayPal, Shopify and More

Technology stocks are expected to see a robust second-quarter 2020 earnings season driven by solid demand for remote working and learning technology, rising need for cloud computing services and increasing deployment of 5G amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The work from home and online-learning trend is expected to have benefited Zoom Video, Microsoft, Google and Cisco. Increased usage of cloud computing has been quite a boon for Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure in

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5 SEO Tips for Business Owners

5 Simple SEO Tips for Small Business Owners - Bizdaq UK

Some business owners have begun to understand how deeply the topic of SEO. Even with Google’s recent search algorithm update, many have begun to realize the impact of mobile websites that are optimized to complement current online activities. Because of this, you should consider choosing a compilation of SEO companies for your business. For example, if you are the owner of a pressure wash, you should be able to find the best SEO for Pressure Washers Machine that matches your achievement goals.

Although search engine optimization methods often change with algorithm updates, there are key concepts that you can apply that are relatively universal in this field. In this article, we will share five of the best SEO tips for business owners who can create a competitive advantage.

1. Understand Your Audience

This first tip might sound so simple. But making the audience understand is the problem that most business … Read More

Technology is Holding the Key to the Next S&P 500 Move

Going into Friday, I was still sticking to the bullish S&P 500 outlook. As the index declined, are the prospects of higher prices gone? Not at all, and today’s analysis will examine the signs that still lean bullish despite the precarious technology position.

Despite the S&P 500 closing below the line connecting the early June highs, continued unemployment claims rising on the state level (don’t forget about those rising ones under the federal pandemic programs either), the fate of the $600 weekly addition to unemployment benefits expiring at the end of July, or the U.S. – China confrontations.

On Thursday, I’ve laid out the market’s sensitivities this way:

(…) as strange as it might sound, the stock market isn’t about the real economy struggles these weeks. All eyes are on the stimulus and vaccine hopes (whatever one imagines under the latter term), not on the corona case panic and hyped

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Xi Jinping’s trillion-yuan baby, the Star Market, is poised for the next spurt of growth. Here’s why

Ji Xinhua is walking on clouds. Two months before his 41st birthday, his company UCloud Information Technology overcame the hurdle that had tripped up dozens of larger Chinese companies and driven them half a world away to New York to raise funds.

UCloud, which helps customers store computer data in the cloud, became the first company with a dual-class shareholding structure approved to list on China’s Star Market. UCloud’s shares, offered at 33.23 yuan (US$4.73), more than doubled during their trading debut in Shanghai and soared to a record 115 yuan by the 16th trading day.

That made Ji, who owns 50.8 million UCloud shares, or 12 per cent of the company, a multimillionaire, one of more than 130 minted by the Nasdaq-style market in the 12 months it’s been operating.

“We may have opened a floodgate for other promising tech companies to access funding on the domestic market,” Ji

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