Tech-Stock Prospector


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Tech-Stock Prospector is an investment research & advisory newsletter covering various segments of the technology sector. Managing editor Rob DeFrancesco, a veteran tech analyst and former senior writer with Louis Rukeyser's Wall Street newsletter, tracks the latest developments in the tech world and uncovers the most promising investment opportunities. The following sectors are among those included in the coverage scope: wireless, networking infrastructure, storage, security, enterprise software, semiconductors and e-commerce.

Rob conducts deep fundamental research to identify and capitalize on inefficiencies within the technology-stock sector. In addition to company-specific research, each issue features industry updates and analysis on key themes--including cloud computing, mobile broadband, collaboration, software as a service, data center consolidation and virtualization.

Tech-Stock Prospector, launched in March 2003, covers both growth and value stocks. Rob tracks companies across the market-cap spectrum, with a focus on smaller and midsized names that don't get the attention they deserve from Wall Street. Readers are kept abreast of what's going on with the tech leaders, including Apple,, Cisco Systems, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Google, Oracle and Intel.

Here are some of the topics covered in the April 2017 issue:

*How virtual reality is changing the game
*Intel and the digitization of sports
*New artificial intelligence (AI) business use cases
*Salesforce partners with IBM in AI
*Tech Focus: New Relic aligns with Splunk
*New competitive dynamics in business intelligence
*Alteryx is a promising new player in analytics
*How Tableau Software is battling its rivals
*IPO Review: MuleSoft is an infrastructure disrupter
*Coupa Software brings value to spend management

*Snap shares get buffeted by bulls & bears
*A look at recent earnings trends at Facebook
*Trend Watch: No slowdown in e-commerce
*Why some smart investors like Shopify
*The large addressable market for Twilio
*Security Watch: Varonis continues to execute well
*Akamai is investing for future growth
*The next Apple iPhone upgrade cycle
*HubSpot could be set for margin expansion
*NVIDIA shares look for future direction