Technology Companies With High Growth And Positive Dividend Payments Researched By “long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. I often hear that technology stocks are high growth investments but they pay low dividends or no dividends. They sit on tons of cash and search for the next big IT revolution. If they don’t do this, they could lose their current competitive advantage and disappear from the market within the next ten years. We have seen this formation process at Nokia (NOK) or Research In Motion (RIM). If you think longer about the requirements and risks of the sector, investors should rewarded by a higher return or discount in the stock price to increase the margin of safety.
Consumers have gotten used to pinching and swiping. Soon phone makers may be adding bending, folding and squeezing to their repertoire.
We are already pretty intimate with our smartphones, poking and swiping their screens almost without second thought. Now a Japanese phone maker is making the case we go a step further, literally squeezing and pinching them to do our bidding.
Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) is by far the largest stock by market capitalization in the world. The company is now valued at more than $500 billion and climbing. AAPL stock is now more valuable than the entire retail sector combined and that includes WalMart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT). This company has taken over the world and they only have a handful of products.
MSLP.OB, PFE, AMD, NOK, - Muscle Pharm Corp. Expands Into The Field of Therapeutics, Biopharmaceuticals and Mobile Device Stocks
Muscle Pharm Corp. (MSLP.OB) is one of the fastest growing nutritional supplement companies in the United States with a proprietary formulation used in its portfolio of performance products, announced today that Ron Sekura, B.S., M.S., PhD., will join MusclePharm board of directors as its Director of Therapeutic Research.