Avid Technology, Inc.

  • Alternatives To Buying Apple

    By David Gould - December 7, 2012 | Tickers: AAPL, AVID, SGI

    If you are looking to get into tech stocks, there are several factors that I think you should consider. First, make an educated guess about growth. Analysts can sometimes be way off the mark on this point. Since technology is able to trade at multiples by virtue of its natural innovation, sell-side analysts face considerable pressure from their firm's investment banking clients to be bullish on growth. Second, I more »

  • 3 Ways Your Investment's Cash Flows Into the Cloud

    By Danny Favela - September 21, 2012 | Tickers: AMZN, AVID, GOOG, MMUS, RAX

    Sometimes a short glance at the clouds can tell you whether it's a good idea to wear shorts and sandals.  You don't need a sixth sense to judge those dark formations spreading across the landscape at breakneck speeds; it's obvious that an umbrella and coat are in order.

    Why, then, is there always that one fellow or damsel that finds themselves drenched and unprepared for the weather more »

  • 3 Unlikely Companies Google Should Buy

    By Karen Rogers - June 15, 2012 | Tickers: AAPL, AVID, GOOG, NFLX, OPEN

    Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) might have more cash, but Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) loves to shop.  And one thing Google loves to buy is companies that bring new products and services to further enhance their web presence.  Each of the following three companies has the potential to increase Google+ membership numbers, generate new profits and attract more web traffic.

    Avid Technologies (NASDAQ: AVID) is a video editing company that features an easy more »

  • Another Tech Stock Crashes, but What is Really Going on?

    By Lee Samaha - May 21, 2012 | Tickers: ADBE, ADSK, AVID, PMTC

    Another day and another technology stock is being hammered on slightly weaker guidance. This time it’s the turn of Autodesk (NASDAQ: ADSK), which reported broadly in line results and affirmed full year expectations but guided Q2 guidance slightly below estimates. Autodesk also spoke of some variable markets in Europe and underperformance in its smallest business segment. The result? The stock sank nearly 13%. There has been a lot of more »