100 High Performance Small Cap Stocks

By Hank Tucker, Antoine Gara and Eliza Haverstock

Ask just about any investor from Silicon Valley to Wall Street and they will tell you: We’re living in the age of the mega-corporation. Trillion-dollar mega cap quasi-monopolies like Google, Apple and Amazon are pushing into everything from autonomous driving and entertainment to financial services and healthcare. And judging from their stock prices, the bigger these companies get, the more Wall Street applauds.

But being small, specialized and great—a hedgehog among foxes—is still a recipe for success, especially in a recovering economy.

Take Collectors Universe, a $700 million market capitalization company that grades collectibles like baseball cards, rare coins, stamps and autographs. It is the authenticator of millions of memorabilia items, like Mike Trout’s rookie card, Ted Williams’ autograph and 19th-century Morgan silver dollars. In the collectibles market, the Santa Ana, California-based

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A tale of two Covid stocks

Jay Chaudry, founder and chief executive officer of Zscaler Inc.

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Zscaler shares surged 26% on Thursday. Splunk plunged 23%.

Both reported quarterly results late Wednesday and had very different-pandemic related stories to share with investors.

Zscaler, a security software vendor for the cloud, said revenue in the period ended October climbed 52% and the company raised its forecast for the year. Splunk, a provider of data analytics software, said revenue shrank 11% from a year earlier, missing estimates for a third straight period.

For Zscaler, momentum has picked up throughout the year as large enterprises seek ways to protect their increasingly disparate data and secure their networks now that employees are connecting from more places and devices. After Thursday’s rally, the stock is now up 298% for the year, the third-best performance among U.S. tech stocks behind only Zoom and Fastly.


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Cloud Software Stocks Rip Higher After Strong Earnings from Snowflake, Others

Many enterprise software stocks are adding to their big 2020 gains on Thursday, as investors take heart in a batch of strong earnings reports that were posted on Wednesday afternoon.

Zscaler  (ZS) – Get Report is up 24.3%, Okta  (OKTA) – Get Report is up 6.9%, Snowflake  (SNOW) – Get Report is up 16%, Elastic  (ESTC) – Get Report is up 14.2% and CrowdStrike  (CRWD) – Get Report is up 15.1% after each company comfortably beat its October quarter estimates and (generally speaking) issued strong guidance. And a number of other software names appear to be catching sympathy bids.

Palantir Technologies  (PLTR) – Get Report, which tumbled yesterday on a Morgan Stanley downgrade, is up 8.8%. Smartsheet  (SMAR) – Get Report is up 6.8%, Datadog  (DDOG) – Get Report is up 4.8%, Unity

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Grab These 4 Stocks From Promising Computer Networking Industry

Increasing focus on network security, cloud computing, big data and cloud storage is expected to drive the Zacks Computer – Networking industry participants’ prospects.

Further, rapid deployment of 5G networking is aiding the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT), Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) devices, and 5G smartphones, which necessitates a future of robust networking infrastructure.

This has bolstered the demand for networking products, which favors the prospects of prominent industry players including NETGEAR (NTGR), Lantronix (LTRX), Extreme Networks (EXTR) and Digi International (DGII).

Thereby, the outlook for the Zacks Computer – Networking industry appears encouraging at the moment. Nevertheless, slowdown in IT spending and broader macroeconomic weakness due to the coronavirus crisis are likely to act as dampeners.


Industry Description

The Zacks Computer – Networking industry comprises companies that provide networking and Internet connected products, including wireless (WiFi and LTE), Ethernet and powerline, with focus

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Tech Stocks Are Slowly Gaining Prominence in Singapore’s Market

(Bloomberg) — Technology stocks, the lack of which has made Singapore one of Asia’s worst markets this year, are slowly starting to win more clout in the city-state.


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The Southeast Asian market has had three distinct developments to show for it, all within a span of a month or so. Put together, companies tied to these moves have a market value of about $93 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

A change in MSCI Inc.’s rules has potentially paved the way for internet giant Sea Ltd.’s entry into the MSCI Singapore IndexData center operator Keppel DC REIT has has become the third tech company to be a part of the nation’s benchmark Straits Times Index, joining electronics contract manufacturer Venture Corp. and high-tech building owner Mapletree Industrial TrustSmartphone solutions provider Nanofilm Technologies International Ltd. went public in Singapore’s largest primary listing since 2017 excluding real estate investment

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Looking For The Best Software Stocks To Add To Your Portfolio? 3 To Consider

Will These Top Software Stocks Continue To Flourish Going Into Next Week?

Top software stocks are having a great year in the stock market so far. Undeniably, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is a primary driver of the industry’s success. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the research report estimated that the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of IoT spending to be over 11% in the next four years. Notably, it cites software as the fastest growing technology category with a CAGR of 13.5% in the same time frame. The prominence of software in the world today is very apparent. In light of this, sharp-eyed investors are keeping a close watch on the best software stocks to buy.

To illustrate, most top corporates in the stock market today relied heavily on software this year. This is due to the forced shift to the digital front for

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3 Top Software Stocks To Watch Before December 2020

Are These The Best Software Stocks To Buy For Future Growth?

Software stocks have been a promising investment theme in recent years. When we have big names like Adobe (ADBE Stock Report) and Salesforce (CRM Stock Report) leading the industry, we can safely assume that we are looking at the industry of the future. These top software stocks could be an easy choice for investors who do not want to spend too much time understanding the software business. 

But what if you want to learn more about the industry? You may be interested to learn what’s fuelling the growth of these top software stocks to watch. And who knows, you might be able to find something that tickles your fancy. The pandemic definitely accelerated the shift towards cloud computing as corporations geared up their spending. That played no small part in driving the revenue for these growth companies. As you

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Top analysts say buy stocks like Amazon & Yelp

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Out on Wall Street, stocks are taking a breather from this month’s rally. Despite encouraging updates on a potential coronavirus vaccine, disappointing unemployment data and a spike in coronavirus cases have spooked investors.

Not helping investor sentiment, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that schools would return to remote learning to mitigate the virus’ spread.

“The market has really been in a celebratory mode since Election Day and rode through it again last week. I think the idea now is people are beginning to consider taking some profits ahead of expectations that taxes related to capital gains could rise in 2021. I also think there’s the consideration of the transition in COVID to post-COVID… Even with the resurgence, all the vaccine news tells us [is] there is a post-COVID ahead,” Oppenheimer’s Chief Investment Strategist John Stoltzfus noted.

As plenty of question

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2 Top Robinhood Stocks to Buy and Hold Forever

Long-term investing is the key to sustainable returns in the stock market. And while millennial-friendly trading app Robinhood is stereotyped by some as a platform for risk-hungry speculators, some of its most widely held stocks are poised for long-term success. Let’s explore the reasons why two of them — PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ:PYPL) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) — are good enough to buy and hold forever. 

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PayPal: Developing new growth opportunities

Mobile payments are popular — especially among young people. Consulting group McKinsey estimates that 91% of all millennials have made a mobile payment in the last year, so it’s no surprise that PayPal’s stock gets a lot of attention on Robinhood. The fintech giant is poised for continued success as it invests in innovative products like Venmo that can unlock new growth opportunities.

PayPal’s long-term strategy relies on the digitization of the global economy and the increasing

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16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises

Stocks are mixed in trading on Thursday as Covid-19 infection rates rise across the U.S. and families prepare for what Thanksgiving will look like as cities and states

16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises

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16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises

Here are the best stocks in the stock market Thursday by their performance in percentage change at the close of trading on Nov. 19. The stocks selected must be a greater than $20 share price.


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1. Sonos INC SONO | Increased +29.84%

Sonos shares jumped on Thursday after the maker of smart speakers and other audio equipment reported strong fiscal-fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates.

2. Bilibili Inc BILI | Increased +22.17%

Bilibili reported earnings Thursday with a third-quarter loss that beat analyst estimates. Shares of the Chinese video-sharing company have been rising throughout 2020.

3. Jumia Technologies JMIA | Increased +18.37%

Jumia Technologies JMIA recently reported weak

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