BlackBerry Stock Is Likely To Continue Uptrend
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ: BBRY)
After a bit of a tough week in the market, BlackBerry ended the week strong after posting positive earnings. If you’d like to learn more about the earnings report that shocked analysts, click here. Nonetheless, BBRY is set to have a strong week next week as investors realize that the company is still capable of generating gains.
Facebook Stock Should See Growth Throughout The Week
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB)
While I think that Facebook stock is a great long term investment option, I also know that the stock is known for heavy price volatility. With that being said, while things may get a bit shaky here and there next week, I do think that we’re going to see gains from the stock. After all, FB is a great investment that’s trading at a steal after last week’s mid week market decline.
Twitter Stock Should See A Continuation Of Last Week’s Growth
Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR)
Twitter stock had a strong week last week as investors set aside the new user issue and started to focus on the company’s ability and drive to generate profits. With that said, I think that we’re going to see a continuation of the slow, but steady growth we saw from TWTR last week.
I Have Mixed Feelings About Intel Corporation Stock This Week
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC)
Last week, Intel Corporation stock skyrocketed on news of a possible acquisition of Altera Corporation. While I think that the news of the acquisition is great, I’m a bit concerned that growth was a bit too much too fast on Friday. So, next week, we’re likely to see declines as the market corrects the unwarranted extra growth.
LinkedIn Stock Should Recover From Last Week
LinkedIn Corp (NYSE: LNKD)
While LinkedIn felt the pain in the mid week market drop we saw, they are a great company with a proven record of growth. That being said, I think we’ll see the stock make up for the losses we saw last week as we move into trading this week.
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