Corporate profits are falling back to a more normal pace (absent some nightmare scenario intruding).
The kings of the tech realm have suffered stock slides but still command powerful advantages.
UBS touts a list of what it thinks are the best companies able to keep demand cranking even as they charge more.
Disrupters focused on the ‘internet of things’ could be the ones to knock over today’s kingpins. Recall the fates of IBM and other one-time heavyweights.
Nope, says Northern Trust’s asset management unit. But they both have big drawbacks.
As the tech stars dim, other sectors are charging upward, thus triggering the next breakout, CFRA sage declares.
Legacy stocks are leaders now, but 5G and other digital revolutions promise to return the disregarded innovators of yore to the fore again, Citi says.
Doubts rise that stock’s boffo performance will keep rolling through 2025, although almighty tech might let it maintain some momentum, savants say.