HubbleBit Broker Explores The Future of Tech: Bet Big on Innovation. Survive Volatility!

London, UK, 14h Feb 2022, Binary News Network, This year, the tech sector has been volatile, but one portfolio manager isn’t shying away from it. She’s riding the waves into 2022 as inflation pressures and rising rates heat up for other sectors in America – especially those that carry a lot of debt like Wall Street banks or car companies with high-cost labour products sold globally instead of on locally where they can be cheaper due to taxes etc., which will make their stocks go down even more than usual if you’re not careful enough when buying them at first glance because everything looks good now until later when things change drastically.

Jordan Miller, a broker from HubbleBit, says that there’s no such thing as a surefire strategy when it comes to investing. But one-way investors can take advantage of market movements and gain exposure before their gains have been lost is by switched funds with similar strategies in stocks that may underperform during tough markets like these recent ones have been so far this year–a wait-and-see approach known popularly amongst traders simply called “guessing.”

“In general, with the kind of moves we’re seeing interest rates wise right now,” says Brook Dane from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, who manages portfolios including her firm’s Technology Opportunities Fund alongside other investments involving tech companies or technology trends “we think that most of these companies that are very dominant right now with their dominance in the market can maintain it, so we don’t lose faith.” 

#1 Microsoft

In the analysts’ eyes, Microsoft is one of those companies that seem to do no wrong. They are nearly back at their glory days from decades ago and have received strong buy ratings for their 2020 consensus recommendations – which means you should too! 

Under new CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft has harnessed its massive scale and transformed into an industry leader. In the latest quarter alone (ending September 30), revenue grew by 22% year-over-year ($45.3B vs $38B) while profit shot up 48%.

This success can be attributed largely to focusing on capturing some aspects of cloud computing through products like Azure which now accounts for more than 2/5ths of worldwide market share!

The cloud is a powerful tool for businesses looking to make their lives easier. It not only saves them money but also helps with remote work, where employees can be more productive because they’re able to access everything from anywhere at any time without having an office nearby or even being physically present while working remotely.

Microsoft might not be alone in the enterprise space any longer. It also owns LinkedIn, which has 800 million users and generates over $10 billion annually off of its network for professionals worldwide to connect while working on projects or just meeting up informally at lunchtime. Xbox could help leverage new trends such as metaverses by letting gamers explore various worlds through video games released recently like “outing “” (which is free of course), which also comes bundled with Windows 10. 

Of course, Microsoft isn’t without its problems. However, the firm’s cloud business has given it an edge in what could be a multi-billion-dollar industry in 2020 and beyond if they let their customers upgrade to newer versions of games like “outting” through Xbox Live. While at the same time trying to push things like HoloLens headsets for developers on its Azure platform which requires new infrastructure to accommodate the technology along with new hardware that would use it. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t buy into some chips now while they’re relatively cheap because later on, they’ll shoot up just like Facebook did before becoming what it is today.

These experts think MSFT will be worth around $60 trillion by then just on paper-this would make it easily among America’s most valuable corporations ever if nothing else stops them before long term success continues even further than that.

#2 Apple:

The same is true for Apple, which presently has a $1 trillion market value, and it also received strong buy recommendations from analysts. Apple seems to always rebound after any low point in its stock price. Investors should expect this pattern to continue if history is any lesson here since the company largely follows markets by performing similarly when conditions are similar enough. “We see them as very well positioned over the next decade,” says Dane about AAPL’s prospects, echoing her sentiment about Microsoft just seconds earlier. 

“They’re not going away anytime soon,” she adds confidently about both companies’ combined and their respective dominance in markets.

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