When it comes to stock picking for an investment, there’s no single “winner”. There are a lot of factors you can think about and consider when deciding what to hold and trade, and what not to hold/trade. One of the most important to consider is a stock’s fundamentals (long-term potential) and technical analysis (short-term strength). In our “Stock Picker: Your Top Picks for the Week of February 12th, 2017” guide, we’ll cover all the different trading and investing strategies we’re tracking, including stocks, commodities, ETFs, and ETFs. Here’s a short guide with some of our favorites and our pick for the week of February 12th, 2017.
1. Google (GOOGL)
Google is one of the best stocks to trade long-term and short-term, given that its stock is extremely dynamic, has a relatively large and diverse portfolio of ETFs, and can be considered a hedge fund. Over time, the stock’s market capitalization has increased in value from its public offering price to its current level of over $700 million dollars. However, Google is currently facing a very strong headwind from competition from its arch-rival Amazon. Amazon has been pushing forward with new competitors, like Amazon’s Prime Now streaming service, which aims to make it easier for Prime members to order products from Amazon by using Amazon’s own AmazonFresh delivery network, where customers can get groceries or other items delivered to their home at little to no cost. In a recent earnings conference call, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said, “It’s really great to be able to say we are the only company that can take an online marketplace and offer it to customers at a reasonable price.” Amazon’s rise may be troubling for Google, which may be losing more customers than it gains. Google’s recent valuation suggests that there is still a lot of upside in the stock, which could eventually turn its value into a bargain.
2. Tesla Motors (TSLA)
Despite a disappointing third-quarter earnings report, investor anticipation for Tesla Motors was so high for 2016 that there was a lot of “buzz” surrounding the stocks and the company’s plans for a massive launch of the Model 3. Elon Musk has been the driving force behind Tesla Motors with the company’s goal of a safe, self-driving car for the masses. For Tesla to realize its goal, it is going to have to start selling some cars, but that could be tricky given electric car adoption
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