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Discovery Communications (NASDAQ: DISCA) recently posted a lackluster third quarter report which caused a dip in share price. A dip, which in my opinion, offers an excellent buying opportunity.

In the recent report, management projected that margins are likely to decrease as the company invests heavier in sports rights and higher quality content. Along with this announcement, EBITDA fell....More>>>

Top Tech Stocks To Own For 2018

Microsoft Corporationstock could be a safe long-term bet, with any pullbacks a good buying opportunity.

After being dormant for years, Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) stock has investors excited again, gaining over 130% in the last four years. 2016 was no exception with more than 13% return YTD. MSFT stock is trading near its all-time highs. 2016 has been mostly a transition year for Microsoft,....More>>>

Top 5 Performing Stocks To Watch For 2018

Bank of America’s stock seems to have only one direction to go. Image source: iStock/Thinkstock.

Mike Mayo, a longtime bank industry analyst, thinks big bank stocks still have a lot of room to run despite surging 30% in the wake of the presidential election.

“We see 50% upside for bank stocks over the next three years, we are bulled-up on banks,” Mayo said Wednesday....More>>>

Top Undervalued Stocks To Invest In 2018

The Economist has a nice piece which highlights the fundamental conflict at the heart of Bitcoin. Miners want the price of bitcoin to keep on rising, because this gives them an incentive to keep mining despite the ever-rising energy cost of doing so. Users, however, want liquidity. They want transactions settled quickly and efficiently, at low cost.

Why is this a conflict, you ask?....More>>>

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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is collaborating with Intel (INTC) to integrate a semi-custom GPU with a multi-chip processor package.

Intels multi-chip package will integrate a GPU from AMD, bandwidth memory and compute silicon on a single multi-chip module (MCM), enabling sleek designs for high-end consumers. Intel claims that integrated design will reduce the silicon footprint by almost 50%.