Capital One is the fifth largest credit card company in the United States. USA Today estimates Capital One has $336.91 billion; or a little over 10%, of the $3 trillion American credit card market.Read more
Toyota is making a lot of money from all those cars. For instance, the company reported an annual gross profit of $49.80 billion for the fiscal year ending 31 March 2019.Read more
If Statista is correct, over one third of Americans are Verizon subscribers. In detail, Worldometers estimated the US population at 329.093 million on 19 July 2019.Read more
Therefore, Procter & Gamble owns the laundry detergent business in the United States. Moreover, six of the top 10 US laundry detergents are P&G products, Statista reports.Read more
Value investors will like the Profit at MasterCard (MA) because the company is generating a lot of cash.Read more
In particular, “the Apple good, all other techs bad belief,” creates a base of loyal Apple customers. More importantly, those zombies give Apple a steady stream of cash it can tap for R&D or other purposes.
Therefore, one of Apple’s biggest value attributes is its reputation. To explain, the reputation brings in a lot of business at little or no cost. Hence, the reputation helped make Apple a value investment at $170.18 a share on 14 February 2019.Read more
Interestingly, we can call American Express (AXP) a value investment because its cards are used by those in their prime spending years.Read more
Shockingly, Oracle is also a good dividend stock. Oracle investors received a 19¢ payout on 31 July 2018. That payout was a 4¢ increase over 2017 when investors received 15¢ a quarter.
Importantly, Oracle has reported six straight years of dividend growth. Oracle investors enjoyed a dividend yield of 1.58%, an annualized payout of 76¢ and a payout rate of 24.9% on 17 August 2018.
Therefore, Oracle has two obvious advantages to Alphabet as a stock. It is cheaper, and it pays a dividend. Oracle by than Google for average people seeking a growth stock.Read more
Home Depot is obviously a great dividend stock and a good income stock for these reasons. Those looking for a safe dividend that grows by 10¢ to 20¢ a year should check out Home Depot.
The dividend fundamentals are pretty good at Home Depot as well. On August 3, 2018, Home Depot offered a 2.11% dividend yield, a $4.12 per share annualized payout, and a payout rate of 43.6%.
That makes Home Depot worth the $197.06 you would have paid for it on 7 August 2018. Those who need a stock that generates income and want a retailer will be well-served by Home Depot.
The next money-making frontier for NVIDIA is the cloud. The company’s new superfast HGX-2 chips are made to operate artificial intelligence (AI) in the cloud.
The potential market for the HGX-2 is vast because there were 390 web-scale data centers worldwide in December 2017, TechCrunch reported. That number increased by 90 to 390 in 2017 and it is expected to increase by around 100 again in 2018.
There are currently 24 hyperscale firms giant data-oriented companies like Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Palintir, Tencent Holdings, IBM, etc. each of which operated around 16 data centers a piece, TechCrunch calculated. The average large datacenter contained around 5,000 servers.