From work at home technology to e-commerce stocks, the technology sector has been hotter than ever this year. The online trend, as well as a move to cashless payment systems will mean another year of growth for this sector in 2021.
Tech encompasses a large variety of companies and we have selected the top 10 tech stocks to watch in 2021. These picks are selected from top picks from trusted experts on Marketcall. The following stocks cover everything from e-commerce, AI, software, social media as well as chips and cloud based services.
Here are the top 10 tech stocks to watch in 2021:
Revenue growth will continue to be strong. Will benefit from more and more digital advertising. If he had to choose this or Facebook, he'd choose FB, but it's close.
He has a small position. It is similar to AAPL-Q. They are dominant in many of the areas in which they operate. It is not a cheap stock. But he would not bet against them.
He may be the only one who expects an amazing report from them next week, based on so many small/medium businesses advertiser on their platform. If managers say anything about monetizing their other businesses, this can challenge new highs. They report Wednesday.
He expects a good report not just about the iPhone 12, but their wider product line. They're cleaning up because of the stay-at-home economy. The service revenue stream should keep growing, but the weaker US dollar is a threat. They report Wednesday.
Purchased it recently in one of his funds. It is the latin-american version of Amazon. Their operations focus in Brazil, Argentina and Mexico. E-commerce will continue to grow, and it is a good way to get exposure in an area that is not typically on investor's radar. It is expensive, but it may always be…
It trades in the mid-30s, an historically high PE for them, but MSFT is very well-managed. The CEO has really turned the ship around from software to the cloud. Fine operations. They just invested in GM's Cruise division of self-driving cars, so this is exciting (he owns GM). He has nothing but admiration for MSFT.
Essential chipmaker with business in gaming, data centres and high-end AI machine learning. When ARM Holdings deal is complete, NVDA will have a huge processor business in computer and especially mobile devices.
8.-Constellation Software Inc. (CSU-T)
(A Top Pick Jan 20/20, Up 20%) He bought more in the fall 2020 after a brief stumble around $1,400. It's run by one of the top 10 management teams in the world. They boast free cash flow return on invested capital (after all expenses) is an astonishing 59%, and have a free cash flow…
9.-StoneCo Ltd. (STNE-Q)
(A Top Pick Aug 13/20, Up 51.4%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with STNE has achieved $74 and we are recommending to cover 50% of the position. We are also recommending to trail the stop up to $56, which should all but guarantee a 33% gain on the overall position.
10.-Alibaba Group Holding (BABA-N)
Likes the e-commerce idea. However, the US based companies are very expensive. BABA has 46% 5 year average annual growth. China continues to become more wealthy. In many ways, the disconnect between US and Chinese valuation may be catching up. (Analysts’ price target is $328.36)