The new tech stocks to watch for include the shift in tech and Internet stocks from Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Google to other companies.
Here’s what you need to know about them.
Tech stocks: Facebook stock is up 14% in 2018 Bloomberg News/Pace Buy/Sell/Trade/TechTrend Tech stocks have risen over the last three years, as investors have watched Facebook and other tech companies increase their revenue and expand their market share.
But with many of the companies still struggling with the fallout from the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, and the subsequent backlash, Facebook is now struggling to attract new investors.
Facebook has struggled to retain customers, and a number of new tech companies have struggled to find traction.
Facebook stock, on the other hand, has gained about 40% over the past three years and is up about 40%.
Twitter stock is down 2% this year Bloomberg News The new technology stocks to look out for include Snapchat, Uber, Tesla, Amazon and Uber Technologies.
They are all growing rapidly.
Snapchat, the $1 billion company founded by Kevin Systrom, is now valued at more than $6 billion.
Uber, which recently went public, has grown to $60 billion in revenue and is the No. 1 company in Uber’s business.
Tesla has been on a tear for the past few years, and it recently raised an additional $10 billion.
Amazon is now worth more than its stock price and is currently valued at $23 billion.
Tesla stock is now down more than 50% from its peak in 2018, and Uber stock is more than 60% down.
Uber stock gained more than 20% over last year.
Uber shares have now dropped about 10% since their 2016 peak, but they are up about 2% in 2017.
Tesla shares have gained more over the years.
Tesla stocks have been up about 50% in the last six years.
Amazon shares are down about 12% from their peak.
Uber stocks are down more about 8% over a six-year period.
Amazon stock has risen more than 15% over that time.
Amazon stocks have fallen more than 13% in recent years.
Uber is down about 9% over this time.
The big question for these tech stocks is whether the companies will survive the turbulence that comes with the Orlando shootings and the backlash.
Uber and Amazon are among the companies that have seen their stock prices fall in recent months, as companies have been hit with the backlash from the events.
Facebook is the only tech company that has stayed relatively healthy, but it has seen its stock decline a bit over the year.
It is currently trading at about $68.99.
Uber has also been down more this year than the past.
Its stock has fallen more over that period.
Snapchat has fallen less than 2% since its peak.
Tesla is down more, but has grown more.
Amazon has lost a bit more over time.
Uber had more gains in 2018 compared to 2017, but its stock has dropped more in the past year.
These tech stocks are all trading for about $1.50 each, but there are many more companies that are trading at less than that.
There are also a few tech stocks that are gaining a lot over the same time frame.
Netflix stock is currently up nearly 2% over 2017, while Airbnb stock is rising about 5%.
Uber stock has gained more in 2018 than in the previous two years.
The tech stocks I mentioned above are also rising.
Facebook shares have more than doubled in the year since the election, and they are now trading at $56.16.
Twitter stock has doubled over the period.
Uber gained more from 2018 than any other tech stock in the period, and Amazon has more than quadrupled in the same period.
Instagram is up more than 7% over 2018.
Uber currently trades at about 13 cents per share, but Amazon is trading at more like a 5-cent premium.
Airbnb is up nearly 5% over its current peak, and Airbnb shares have risen about 13% over time, which is a lot for an upstart startup.
Twitter is trading around 4 cents per shares.
Snapchat is trading in the low teens at the moment.
Uber could fall more than 10% in 2019.
Uber’s stock price is currently down about 25% from a peak of more than 100 cents.
Google is up a lot more than other tech stocks, which are up around 5%.
Amazon is up 5% in a short period.
Tesla and Uber have grown more quickly than any tech companies, but Facebook is still struggling to find a footing.