by Sayantani Sanyal
March 1, 2022
Analytics Insight taps into today’s top tech stocks
The stock market is teeming with technology companies lately. Stock prices of many large companies are down this year, but shares of tech companies continue to grow exponentially. Since the pandemic, the technological evolution has greatly increased and also affected the global industries and the economic market. Software, semiconductor and telecommunications companies are coming up with the most advanced innovations that have never been thought of before. So today, Analytics Insight features the top tech stocks for March 1, 2022.
Price today: US$19.80
Market capitalization: US$4.752 billion
Mandiant is a cyber defense solutions provider. The company employs threat researchers, reverse engineers, intelligence analysts and incident responders located in more than 26 countries. The company is eyeing substantial gains since the last quarter of 2021.
Price today: $42.07
Market capitalization: US$4.163 billion
Avnet is a global group technology distributor and solution provider. The company operates in the IoT, components and devices, hardware and software, and integration spaces. It offers its solutions in more than 250 locations in 48 countries and ships approximately 157 billion units per year.
Price today: US$199.89
Market capitalization: US$10.458 billion
Concentrix offers technology-driven customer experience solutions including process optimization, technology innovation, front and back office automation, analytics, and more. The company operates in over 40 countries and has over 750 customers.
Price today: US$243.85
Market capitalization: US$607.674 billion
NVIDIA is a manufacturer of graphics processing units (GPUs), a type of computer chip originally designed for computer graphics. GPUs, once used primarily for personal computer (PC) gaming, have increasingly been used for cryptocurrency mining and machine learning in recent years.
Price today: $47.70
Market capitalization: US$194.234 billion
Intel is one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world. Intel designs and manufactures central processing units (CPUs) for PCs and servers, as well as specialty chips for artificial intelligence use cases. The company is betting heavily on manufacturing, with plans to manufacture chips for other companies.
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