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After leading the three major indexes last year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has been a laggard in 2023. Let's take a look at the three best performers in the blue chip index last month to see if any of them are worth buying today. In a month where tech stocks soared with the help of a blowout report from AI chip king Nvidia, it shouldn't be a surprise that a tech stock is leading the pack.
Companies deploying generative AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard with the potential to generate disinformation should label such content as part of their efforts to combat fake news, European Commission deputy head Vera Jourova said on Monday. Unveiled late last year, Microsoft-backed OpenAI's ChatGPT has become the fastest-growing consumer application in history and set off a race among tech companies to bring generative AI products to market. Concerns however are mounting about potential abuse of the technology and the possibility that bad actors and even governments may use it to produce far more disinformation than before.
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Up 10% and 52% in 2023, these stocks could prove why adding to your winners is an outperforming strategy.
Billionaires are scooping up shares of stocks that could profit enormously from the ongoing AI boom.
A new bull market for the Nasdaq Composite Index has been in sight for several months. In May, the index finally gained more than 20% from its previous bottom, meeting the commonly accepted definition of a bull market. There have been plenty of winners, with over one-third of the Nasdaq 100 stocks jumping by at least 20% so far this year.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) has caught the attention of Wall Street this year, with its stock up 82% since Jan. 1. Investors have rallied as the company's potential in the future of artificial intelligence (AI) has strengthened. Here are three things about AMD that smart investors know.
Artificial intelligence was a hot topic when companies addressed investors on their most recent earnings calls.
Dividends and tech stocks don't often go together. Many tech companies are so focused on growth, that there isn't much cash left over at the end of the day to fund a dividend. In fact, if you're looking for a balance between growth and income, dividend-paying tech stocks are a great place to start.
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Just a handful of tech stocks, including Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Tesla, and Amazon are responsible for the most of the big gains we have seen in the Nasdaq. Michele Schneider, Chief Strategist at Marketgauge.com tells Yahoo Finance Live why she thinks it would be "healthy" to see some of these stocks pull back.
With ChatGPT and generative AI dominating the news cycle, Yahoo Finance caught up with CEOs utilizing some new AI platforms. Toggle AI CEO Jan Szilagyi discussed how his company's AI platform could help investors. Szilagyi said, "ChatGPT is of course in the limelight because everybody is now learning how to use this technology. What we have taken is foundationally the same model, but we've trained it specifically and much more narrowly on financial analytics." Thomson Reuters (TRI) announced a partnership with Microsoft (MSFT) at Microsoft Build 2023. Thomson Reuters CEO and President Steve Hasker discussed how this new tool could greatly assist lawyers in the field. Hasker said, "The idea is that a lawyer can go into Microsoft Word and use a large language model, an AI model, to auto-generate the first version of a contract, and allows an attorney, in real time, make the edits and ensure that that draft contract is perfectly accurate." Video highlights: 00:00:03 - Toggle AI CEO Jan Szilagyi 00:00:52 - Thomson Reuters CEO and President Steve Hasker
Ansys (ANSS) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), one of the market's darlings at the time, swelled to more than 70 times its earnings, a valuation that suppressed investment returns for years after the bubble burst. The tale reminds me of what's happening to Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) today. While I don't think Nvidia will put investors underwater for 15 years, the stock has become a potential trap for investors looking to chase the hype.
The Ark Invest boss is betting on these artificial intelligence, e-commerce, and electric vehicle stocks.
Japan's privacy watchdog said on Friday it has warned OpenAI, the Microsoft-backed startup behind the ChatGPT chatbot, not to collect sensitive data without people's permission. OpenAI should minimise the sensitive data it collects for machine learning, the Personal Information Protection Commission said in a statement, adding it may take further action if it has more concerns. While Japan has been on the backfoot with some recent technology trends, it is seen as having greater incentive to keep pace with advances in AI and robotics to maintain productivity as its population shrinks.
Alphabet, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon are just part of the elite group of companies that have market caps of $1 trillion or more. Their CEOs are paid handsomely, though some are getting pay cuts. Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon, saw a huge dip in compensation, going from $212 million in 2021 to $1.3 million in 2022. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, brought in $84 million in 2022, however, he is expected to see a 40 percent drop in 2023. The Yahoo Finance Live team breaks down the numbers.
Apple, Nvidia, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Amazon have seen their shares skyrocket this year. In fact, the gains in just a handful of stocks have powered the major indexes higher. Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre explains.
The incoming head of the U.N. migration agency said on Thursday that she has talked to companies like Microsoft to see how they can build partnerships to manage migration. A record number of people -- more than 100 million -- are forcibly displaced around the world and the Geneva-based International Organization for Migration (IOM) seeks to ensure humane and orderly migration and intervenes where needed. Washington's candidate Amy Pope, who beat her Portuguese boss Antonio Vitorino in an tense election last month to head the organisation, said there was a need to ease strain on asylum systems in Western countries she described as "completely overwhelmed".
C3.ai shares were punished by investors on Thursday after the company failed to deliver the kind of blowout numbers recently reported by some peers in the AI race.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) hold the two largest market shares in cloud computing with their respective services: Amazon Web Services (AWS) with a 32% share and Azure with 23%. As a result, one of these companies looks poised to become a dominant figure in both the cloud and AI markets, making their stocks compelling investments. Amazon's biggest asset is its lead in the cloud market with AWS.
Lawyers have to deal with a lot of paperwork. But generative AI may be able to help them cut some of that work down. Thomson Reuters CEO and President Steve Hasker joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss his company's latest offering to help the legal field.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC) launched an investigation into the professional networking platform in 2018 over whether its targeted advertising practices violated the European data protection law. The regulator's order is not public and Microsoft said that LinkedIn was informed about the preliminary decision in April. Microsoft added it would dispute the proposed fine after receiving a final order.
The cloud market has had its share of attention in recent years, with the COVID-19 pandemic bolstering the sector as thousands of companies moved to hybrid working styles. As a result, cloud giants enjoyed several quarters of winning over investors with double-digit revenue growth from their cloud platforms. Last year's economic headwinds have since slowed cloud growth for many companies as rising inflation forced businesses to trim cloud budgets.
Amazon (AMZN) announces the general availability of its purpose-built security data lake, called Amazon Security Lake.