The technology sector was volatile in 2019.
Some of the biggest companies within the industry experienced big swings in their market cap, including Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), and Netflix (NFLX). There were some investors on wall street that started losing confidence in tech stocks altogether.
So what’s in store for technology stocks in 2020?
No one knows for sure, but most analysts agree… the technology sector is still one of the best places to find stocks ready for explosive growth. But the key will be to find the tech companies that have a unique product offering, and an engaged customer base.
Technology changes rapidly, and competition is fierce to build and deliver the next big disruptive innovation. It’s important to find tech companies with a strong market share and competitive advantage.
Using the DiscoverCI Stock Screener, we scan the stock market for the top tech stocks meeting the following criteria:
Companies meeting our criteria are high growth companies with strong EPS and Revenue metrics, are well capitalized without too much debt, and have a lower risk of cash shortfall due to high liquidity.
The list is sorted by market cap from high to low. Below are the 75 best tech stocks to buy in 2020.
We update this list daily. Last updated: January 18th, 2020
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