Stocks of semiconductor manufacturers have been on the rise over the past 3 years. The trend is likely to continue this year, Wall Street says. Rising demand for computer games, the rapid development of data centers, and the growing production of unmanned vehicles will be the main driving force for the semiconductor market in 2022. Analysts link these factors to explosive growth in the semiconductor industry in the next 12 months. Let's find out what stocks are the most promising this year.
Most market participants are sure that the technology sector will show a confident rise in the near future. Investments in this sector are likely to bring profit in the mid and long term. In the short term, it is possible to gain profit by investing in shares of IT companies that are planning to become public in 2022. Forbes has selected the six most prosperous tech companies
Stokemont, the UK-based surveying practice, compiled a rating of the most popular castles in the world. Experts had to choose among more than 50 castles. The main criterion was the largest number of Instagram posts or hashtags. Let's find out what buildings have eventually been placed on the top five list
In December 2021, Time magazine declared Elon Musk, CEO and founder of Tesla and SpaceX, its Person of the Year for his contributions to the electric car industry and space exploration. Over the previous 12 months, the richest person in the world frequently made headlines, becoming a key newsmaker and an influencer. Here is Elon Musk's outlook for 2022.
In the global financial market, the key interest rate hike by the Fed is a very important factor that may affect the whole banking sector. However, there are organizations whose shares do not depend on Fed's decisions. Some analysts suppose that at the end of 2021 and at the beginning of 2022, shares of these three companies are likely to continue their rally even if the Federal Reserve switches to an aggressive stance
The upcoming year will be a good one for many cryptocurrencies, experts suggest. Altcoin Shiba Inu, which has shown staggering growth in 2021, is one of those lucky digital assets. Tweets of Elon Musk, a billionaire and Tesla and SpaceX founder, have been one of the drivers behind Shiba Inu's jaw-dropping gains this year. Amid a stellar rally, the market capitalization of the meme-based coin reached $54 million. Experts at the Motley Fool point 5 key factors of the crypto asset's growth in 2022
The closer a new year is, the more preoccupied investors become about the future movements of gold. Market participants are afraid of the extremely high volatility of gold prices. In fact, such concerns were quite expectable amid the current epidemiological situation and the unprecedented rise in inflation of many countries. Experts at Société Générale have offered three possible scenarios of gold future dynamic
In 2021, 70% of the world's 2,660 billionaires managed to increase their net worth, Forbes estimated. The top 10 biggest gainers added about $460 billion in total to their fortunes. Six of them are from the US, the rest are from Hong Kong, India, China and France. So who are these billionaires with the biggest gains?
In Antwerp, Belgium, the results of the World's 50 Best Restaurants annual awards were announced. Last year, the event, considered to be the Oscars of the culinary industry and the main rival of the Michelin Red Guide, was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year, experts again introduced the top 50 world's best restaurants. It is noteworthy that the restaurant, which had already been the leader 4 times, took the top slot in the prestigious ranking. Let's discover the overall winner and view other restaurants included in the top 5 list
An outlook by JPMorgan Chase sees the S&P 500 reach 5,000 in 2022 thanks to the recovery of the global economy. Tech stocks are likely to benefit the most from this uptrend. JPMorgan's analyst Doug Anmuth noted 6 equities that could make maximum gains from the S&P 500's potential rally.
The year 2021 has been full of surprises for the global stock market. In the previous years, the IT sector took the lead in the stock market. This time, however, the so-called "dark horses" almost nobody have bet on overtook tech giants. Traders and investors were startled to see these 3 non-tech firms leaving behind most of the S&P 500 companies, showing better-than-expected results in terms of market capitalization
As 2021 comes to a close, Forbes's analysts made a list of the 100 most powerful women in the world. For the first time in 18 years, the first place does not belong to Angela Merkel, who failed to make the top 5 after resigning as Chancellor of Germany. Let us have a look at the new top 5 list of the most influential women.