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GM is following Ford's lead and partnering with Tesla on a deal that would give its EV owners access to Tesla's chargers. Yahoo Finance explains what these partnerships mean for the EV charging landscape.
The AI rally behind tech stocks is pushing Nvidia shares higher, but is it too much, too soon for the chipmaker? Morningstar Chief U.S. Market Strategist David Sekera joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss which companies may be overvalued. Sekera's top stock picks include AT&T and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.
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General Motors is following Ford's lead and partnering with Tesla to gives its EV owners access to 12,000 of Tesla's chargers. The company will also be adopting Tesla’s connector, the plug that links an electric vehicle to a charging station. Yahoo Finance's Akiko Fujita joins the Live show to share what this means for EV owners.
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One of Disney's most famous characters will have an increased presence at Disney World in a way that the founder would not approve of.
Market researchers at PwC estimate that the greatest economic gains from artificial intelligence (AI) will take place in China and North America, and this could equate to over $10 trillion in economic value. Many companies across different industries will be beneficiaries of this technology, but a team of Motley Fool contributors sees a particularly bright future for JD.com (NASDAQ: JD), Walmart (NYSE: WMT), and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). John Ballard (JD.com): JD is one of the leading e-commerce platforms in China with over $150 billion in trailing-12-month revenue.
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One of them is Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX). The streaming services stock has skyrocketed higher, earning shareholders a 44% gain year to date. While Netflix investors are likely happy with the year-to-date gain, such a big move prompts an important question.
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Artificial intelligence has the potential to disrupt nearly every industry on the planet. Costco (NASDAQ: COST), Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), and McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) are three companies that should have no trouble thriving in the AI age, and they're all solid long-term investments. Warehouse club Costco provides bargains in spades.
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Microsoft is moving some of its best artificial intelligence researchers from China to Canada in a move that threatens to gut an essential training ground for the Asian country’s tech talent. The Beijing-based Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) has begun seeking visas to move top AI experts from China’s capital to its institute in Vancouver, said four people with knowledge of the plans. A person close to Microsoft said fewer Chinese staff will move to Canada this year, where the US tech giant is creating a new lab staffed by experts from around the world.
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Nvidia shocked the investment world when discussing its future revenue guidance thanks to the massive demand for generative artificial intelligence (AI). This will allow Nvidia to sell more graphics processing units (GPUs), the hardware used to train AI models. Instead of buying Nvidia, a grossly overvalued stock, investors should look one step down the value chain at its suppliers.
The stock market has risen so far in June and could go even higher. Three Motley Fool contributors think some stocks are no-brainers to buy this month. Prosper Junior Bakiny (Axsome Therapeutics): Sporting a market cap of just $3.3 billion, Axsome Therapeutics is a relatively small and unknown drugmaker.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is the creator of the iPhone, iPad, and Mac line of computers and notebooks, to name just a few of its iconic products. It enters an arena dominated by Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META), which became synonymous with virtual reality when the company changed its name from Facebook in 2021. The social media giant has been focused heavily on developing virtual worlds, often referred to as metaverses.
Here's the megacap stock Wall Street thinks will skyrocket the most over the next 12 months. Refinitiv recently surveyed 48 analysts who cover Chinese technology company Alibaba Group Holdings (NYSE: BABA). Another 18 analysts are even more bullish, rating Alibaba as a "strong buy."