Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) Stocks Climb | Morgan Stanley Speaks Out About TV Service
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) stocks have been getting a good nudge over recent days as the result of excitement revolving around their upcoming TV service. Today, we’re seeing even more good news as Morgan Stanley had positive words to say about the upcoming service. Currently (12:21), Apple stocks are trading at $127.80 after gaining 0.24% so far today.
Outlook – As I’ve said time and time again, Apple is a great company with a proven ability to innovate and grow. After all, they’re only the largest company in the world by market capitalization standards. This ones should continue to grow in the long run.
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Stocks Break Records On Ad Anticipation
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) has done incredibly well in the market over the past two days. The company announced that it would be testing larger mobile ads. The larger ads of course should increase click through rates and income. So, investors went wild and the uptrends started. Today, the uptrend continues as Facebook continues to grow through record territory. Currently (12:32), Facebook is trading at $84.44 per share after a gain of 2.04% so far today.
Outlook – Facebook is another company that I’ve got quite a bit of faith in. Although we have seen the MySpace devastation social media can run into, we haven’t seen that with Facebook for good reason. The company continues to better their services, appeal to more advertisers, and expand into new markets. We should definitely see long-term growth from this one.
BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY) Stocks Seem Confused Today
After starting the day off on a positive trend with most other tech stocks, BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY) has started to slide; making its way into the red zone. Currently (12:36), BlackBerry stocks are trading at $9.67 Per share after a loss of 0.31% so far today.
Outlook – In my opinion, BlackBerry is a great company that’s gotten a bit of a bad rap recently. After a major downgrade that I believe to be unfounded, the stock plummeted. However, I think that in the long run, as BlackBerry takes its share of the IoT, we’re going to see growth from this stock as well.
Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) Stocks Climb On Ad Testing
Following Facebook’s lead, Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) made an announcement that they will be testing larger mobile ads of their own yesterday. As a result, the company’s stocks have been on the rise. Currently (12:41), Twitter is trading for $48.52 per share after a gain of 1.23% so far today.
Outlook – Twitter is another company that I believe will generate long term growth. Although new users have been a struggle, the company opened the Firehose feed to Google, which should lead to more users. They also have a proven track record of generating larger profits from their current client base. All in all, I think this one will grow.
Vringo (NASDAQ: VRNG) Stocks Are Up Following Legal Battle Update
Vringo (NASDAQ: VRNG) recently updated investors about what’s going on with their legal battle against ZTE. While Vringo is currently operating at a larger than expected loss, investors seem to like the news. As a result, their stocks have been soaring. Currently (12:51), Vringo is trading at $0.79 per share after a gain of 2.29% so far today.
Outlook – When we talk about Vringo, we’re talking about a company that is not producing profits. As a matter of fact, it’s operating at a loss that proved to be larger than analysts expected. Sure, the news about the legal battle was good, but for me, it wasn’t good enough to make me confident that this company will grow over the long term.
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