In the course of digitalisation, the market for investors has of course also changed. This is an aspect that shareholders should not ignore. Because it is somewhere self-explanatory that tech stocks are currently an interesting option. Also with a view to the development for 2021Of course, we can only speculate how share prices will develop in the future. But it's not unlikely that some tech stocks will have a positive price performance in the coming months. Especially if we look at some news about tech companies. AMD, among others, could be making headway soon. At least, that's what all signs point to. But AMD is far from the only stock that could be worth investing in.
AMDEvertaking a look at AMD's stock price, we can see that the tech company's stock has surged over the past 10 years. Even the stock's performance over the past few months has been positive. With the continued expansion of Ryzen processors, the stock could continue to gain.
Already, the top-of-the-line Ryzen 9 3950X has a full 16 cores. However, AMD is toying with the idea of bringing out models with 32 cores. Whether that will be the case soon is not yet clear. What is certain, however, is that AMD will continue to develop the Ryzen processors. That in itself could have an impact on the stock price.
AutodeskThestock of Autodesk had to suffer heavy losses in the past. However, it has since recovered and is quite attractive due to its current cheap price. The fact is that Autodesk is one of the most important developers for the digital design of roads and buildings. The brand has played a significant role in the digitization of the construction industry. A significant advantage with Autodesk is that its customers are almost exclusively corporate clients. Moreover, since they book subscriptions for several years, business development is relatively predictable. Moreover, there is a good chance that sales will increase in the coming years.
Especially as the construction industry becomes more and more digital. That could play into Autodesk's hands.
JD.comJD.com is without question Alibaba's biggest competitor. Both have been engaged in a fierce battle for dominance in China for years. In principle, JD.com's business model is not much different from Amazon's. However, JD.com focuses mainly on business-to-business commerce. However, if JD.com expands internationally, that could change. It could even end up giving Amazon some strong competition. However, the expansion has stalled due to a scandal surrounding the company's founder Richard Liu. However, it cannot be ruled out that things will move forward soon in this regard. Either way, investing in shares of JD.com is risky. But it can be worth it.
MicrosoftBillGates himself has lamented that Microsoft has missed opportunities in the mobile market.
For a short time, it even seemed like Microsoft was losing out. However, that hasn't happened. The tech giant is still well positioned. In particular, the fact that Microsoft remains a leader in cloud services for enterprise customers is a clear plus. Especially as the cloud business continues to expand. So for long-term investors, Microsoft stock is definitely a potential option.
AmazonWhentalking about tech stocks, of course Amazon can't be left out. The world's largest online retailer is still eligible for investment. There's no need to expect high profits with Amazon stock, to be sure. For conservative investors, however, Amazon is definitely a good option. It is highly unlikely that the online giant will be knocked off its throne in the near future.
And there may be one or two surprises after all. Amazon Prime Video, among others, offers great potential.