The giant technology companies such as Microsoft, Apple, and Google have been in the market for 40 years, providing best produces and invention to their clients. Microsoft and Apple are strong competitive developing new software and hardware. Moving forward with innovation of laptops, smartphone, tablets, and other creative products. Google take the advantages of its search engine, developing android OS, and expand the cloud secure services. All the successful that they achieved is difficulty reelect on their stock dividends.
During the tough period of 2020 which affected by coronavirus pandemic many stocks still suffering from the lockdown and increasing of COVID-19 new cases reports. However, by using and implementing the cloud technology and software deployment in many new businesses, companies shows impressive recovery plan, and start making profit smartly. Oracle, Amazon, and Netflix are a good company example, who develop and provide the high demand customer needs.
Oracle Corporation, NYSE: ORCL, is one of best software and technology development company, established on 1977.
Bitcoin (BTC/USD) is still in the battle trading in consolidation zone, as the pair continued to recover from its weakest print since March. On Monday, The Bitcoin prices is fluctuating between of $9078.9 to $9145.1. Despite the short trade, Bitcoin is expected to reach $10,000 in August, and once hit the $10,000 level it will continue to gain to the maximum target of 11,000 in September. The picture below shows the overview of Bitcoin since March and how its recover during the CONVID-19 pandemic.
Crude oil prices reflect the market’s volatile and liquid nature, as well as oil being a benchmark for global economic activity. Oil prices rose about 2% in a volatile session on Thursday, buoyed by signs of a marginal improvement in the U.S. economy and a tepid rise in fuel demand. Price gains were limited by rising number of cases of COVID-19 in some U.S. states. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures gained 43 cents, or 0.43%, to $39.15, but were on track for a slight drop for the week. Brent crude futures rose 33 cents, or 0.8%, to $41.
During the period of Coronavirus pandemic, many shares are being effaced by the new monthly reported cases of COVID-19. On the other hand, shares of technology and communication shows a stable gain in 2020. T-MOBILE US INC, and Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (ZM) are example of companies that providing their services that depending the cloud and fast communication technology.
T-Mobile US Inc. provides mobile communications services in different countries including the United States. T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS) issued a prospectus on Wednesday detailing a right offering for up to 19.
Gold rose on Monday to its highest $1758.303, as surging coronavirus infections intensified concerns over a delay in global economic recovery and prompted investors to seek the safe-haven metal. The lowest price on Monday $1741.727. Gold has gained about 15% so far this year, supported by safe-haven demand in the midst of concerns of an economic slowdown and unprecedented amounts of government and central bank fiscal and monetary support, which has reduced bond yields and raised fears about inflation.
Health care, one of the largest and most complex sectors, have outperformed the broader market, providing investors with a total return of 16.3% compared to the S&P 500's total return of 5.9% over the past 12 months. In 2020, health care stocks have recouped nearly all of their losses since their March plunge while the broader market continues to suffer from the global coronavirus pandemic. Livongo, Amedisys, and Align are some of stocks with strong catalysts to bounce back the next time Wall Street takes a punch to the gut.
All three major U.S. indexes jumped around 2% on Tuesday on better-than-expected May retail sales figures. Alongside another sign that the U.S. economy is in coronavirus recovery mode, the Fed on Monday laid out its previously announced plans to buy U.S. corporate bonds and reports surfaced that the Trump administration is considering a $1 trillion infrastructure plan to help boost the economy.
Volatility could rear its head again but investors might still want to buy stocks. This means they should hunt for stocks with solid fundamentals within growth-focused industries.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied sharply in May and continued to rise in early June as the stock market snaps back from huge losses. Top Dow Jones stocks to watch in June are Apple (AAPL), Intel (INTC), Microsoft (MSFT), Visa (V) and Walmart (WMT). There are clear winners through the first five months of 2020. The top three performing stocks year-to-date are Microsoft, Home Depot (HD) and Apple with gains of 16.2%, 13.8% and 8.3%, respectively.
Microsoft has a gain up 20% in 2020 to crush the tech sector’s 4% climb and it currently rests about 5% off its recent highs.
Adobe — The software company’s stock rose 4% in extended trading after Adobe provided its second-quarter earnings. Adobe reported earnings of $2.45 per share excluding some items with revenue of $3.13 billion, while analysts estimated earnings of $2.33 per share on revenue of $3.16 billion. “The tectonic shift towards ‘all things digital’ across all customer segments globally will serve as a tailwind to our growth initiatives as we emerge from this crisis,” said president and CEO Shantanu Narayen in a company statement when referring to the coronavirus pandemic. Adobe ADBE, shares rose 4.