Robert E. Irr III
Despite being one of the most influential companies in the entire tech landscape, the last five years have been a rocky ride for Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) .
Even though the company still occupies a dominant competitive position in the PC sector, the hits just keep on coming for the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company.
The numbers don’t lie either. In the last year alone, shares of Intel are down 19 more »
Technology investors that remain concerned about more macroeconomic fears, but still want to have some growth exposure, should look for strong companies with a sustainable competitive edge.
I compiled a shortlist of high quality tech stocks that fits this criterion. If you're a serious technology investor looking to add some growth to your portfolio for 2012, I highly recommend adding these stocks to your watchlist.
Many recent technology IPOs more »
There was never a question of whether Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) should invest in the cloud or not.
As a tech heavyweight looking for a new growth sector, the hot cloud computing market looked like the perfect fit for the guys in Redmond.
From a high level, cloud computing is a huge technological shift that allows consumers and businesses to store their files on third-party servers. Although this market is still more »