Blackberry Stock Predictions: BlackBerry’s Transformation Will Be Successful

namanNaman Shukla is an Analyst at I Know First. He writes and invests in the stock market. Ranked in the top 8 percentile in TipRanks.com. Featured on SeekingAlpha.com, GuruFocus.com, Valuewalk.com among others.
  • Doing away with the smartphone business and focusing on software will benefit BlackBerry.
  • QNX will be a massive growth driver for the company.
  • BlackBerry is a great turnaround play.
  • I Know First's maintains a bullish stance on BBRY

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Apple Stock Prediction: Apple Will Continue Proving The Bears Wrong

namanNaman Shukla is an Analyst at I Know First. He writes and invests in the stock market. Ranked in the top 8 percentile in TipRanks.com. Featured on SeekingAlpha.com, GuruFocus.com, Valuewalk.com among others.
  • Against all hopes, Apple reported a great quarter.
  • The success of the iPhone SE should continue benefiting Apple.
  • Investors can expect the iPhone 7 to be packed with many new features.
  • Due to the increasing diversification, Apple still looks like a good buy.

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Microsoft Stock Forecast: Buildbox Could Help Microsoft Persuade Developers To Create More Windows Apps

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology  – Senior Analyst at I Know First. 
  • I rate Microsoft as a Hold for long-term dividend/value investors. Microsoft is still trying to grow its Windows 10 Mobile strategy.
  • Buying and giving away Xamarin for free is one way for the company to persuade developers to create apps/games for the Universal Windows Platform.
  • Xamarin requires app developers to be well-versed in Microsoft’s C# programming language to create Windows, Android, and iOS apps.
  • Microsoft should also buy the drag-and-drop game maker Buildbox. BuildBox is very expensive right now but it is the most efficient way to create mobile games.
  • Letting people without programming skills create mobile games through BuildBox will inspire more people to make apps for Windows 10 Mobile devices.
  • I Know First is currently bullish on MSFT stock for the long term.
  • Past I Know First Forecast on Microsoft

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The Basics of Algorithmic Trading: What You Should Know

taliTali Soroker is a Financial Analyst at I Know First.
  • The development of algorithmic trading
  • High frequency trading
  • Manual algorithmic trading
  • Algorithmic trading with I Know First
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I Know First Review: Fossil Group, Inc. Enjoys Rapid Growth in Early 2016

The company looks to break into wearable tech industry following sharp upturns in early 2016.

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Himax Stock Forecast: An Algorithmic Analysis (HIMX)

I Know First published a bullish article on American Airlines, the largest airline company in the world. Having explained how I I Know First published a bullish article on Himax, the leading semiconductor producer in the world. Having explained how I Know First’s algorithm works, it is worthwhile to see if the algorithm agrees with the bullish fundamental analysis of the company. The three-month and one-year forecasts for Himax are included. HIMX Seeking Alpha

Amazon Stock Forecast: An Algorithmic Analysis

Amazon (AMZN) beat market analysts’ expectations for both revenue and earnings per share during its most recent earnings report on Thursday. The company’s stock price soared to record highs as a result, settling 14% higher. I Know First wrote a bullish article on Amazon on February 9th, which can be read here, predicting the stock price would climb. Since that time, it has increased 18.92% as the article argued it would. amazon stock prediction

Google Forecast: An Algorithmic Analysis

Google (GOOG) is by far the most popular search engine for users in the US and most of the world. The tech giant’s most recent earnings report, released January 29th, fell short of expectations. The disappointing revenue and earnings per share figures came at a time when there was general pessimism about the future of the company. The pessimism was driven by the overall shift of the market to mobile, where ads are cheaper and where users prefer to search through apps over browser-based engines.

The most concerning aspect of Google’s future outlook was its declining cost-per-click rates. For several quarters in a row, CPC rates have fallen as consumers shift to mobile devices. Last quarter saw a further 8% drop in average CPC rates on Google sites, which is concerning, but the company did see growth in paid clicks of 14%, including 25% on sites it owned and operated. google forecast
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