A new study shows that many of the stocks you’d be most likely to be a buyer of are still around today.
The report by brokerage firm Renaissance Technologies Inc. surveyed the technology stocks of the S&P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the Nasdaq and the NASDAQ Composite.
Among the companies listed on the Dow, a number of the biggest players are still in the technology space.
The study, titled “The S&s Technology Sector: The Next Billionaire Boom?”, looks at how the technology sector is progressing and what it will look like five to 10 years from now.
The results were surprising, but not surprising, according to Renaissance.
“The sector has gone from being a promising new venture to being one of the largest players in the industry today,” said Bill Shiller, a Renaissance senior portfolio manager.
He believes the companies with a high chance of staying in the sector are:Adobe, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Yahoo.
“You would think that you would see a lot of consolidation of the technology companies, but it’s not the case,” said Shiller.
“There’s a lot more consolidation going on.”
But while it may not be as big as the tech industry is making it out to be, the technology industry has seen some big changes.
Stock Index has been trading at about a 13% gain over the past two years, and there are several companies with earnings that are above $1 billion, said Shilla, who has done research for Renaissance.
This growth is due in part to the massive increase in the number of jobs being created in the tech sector.
And it’s also thanks to the creation of cloud computing services.
“When I looked at the S. &.
S&p 500, I had to look at other indices to see if it’s a bubble,” Shiller said.”
They have a lot in common.
The S.P. 500 has been at over 13% for years.
They’re both companies that have seen a lot growth.
And they’re both in the Semiconductor Technology Sector, where we are seeing tremendous growth.
It’s an incredibly bright and interesting sector.”
But the report says that the SACs are seeing even bigger changes in the future.
“I don’t think it’s going to be this big of a bubble in the next five to ten years.
The trend will go up and up and it will probably go higher than the SCCS.
I think the SCCC is more of a continuation of that,” Shilla said.
In other words, there will be a lot less consolidation going forward.
In a separate report, Renaissance also looked at tech stocks that are in their infancy and could see a big jump in value in the near future.
It found that the tech stocks listed on S&amt and Nasdaq, such as Twitter, Google and Facebook, are all poised to make huge gains in the years ahead.
It’s not just these tech stocks you should be looking at.
“For example, we have an extremely exciting opportunity with Apple,” said Renaissance analyst Paul G. Tewes.
“Apple has done a lot to get people excited about the iPhone.
We think they will go far in the smartphone market in the coming years.
So that is a very exciting thing.
We have a huge opportunity with Google.
They are a very disruptive company.””
We have another opportunity with Facebook,” said Tewe.
“Facebook is going to take over the Internet.
They have a very big opportunity in the Internet and social media space.
And we have another company in the healthcare space.
They can also be a very important player.”
The report found that there are more than 100 technology stocks that could see major jumps in value between now and 2025, and these companies have a strong chance of getting there.
“We think that there’s an enormous opportunity in this sector, and it is not a bubble or a bull market,” said William G. Leckie, president and chief investment officer of Renaissance.
“It is an opportunity that will last a long time and that we believe will be there for a long period of time.”
The Renaissance report looks at tech and financials stocks.
The firm recommends investing in tech stocks only.