When it comes to technology stocks, one must develop an investment strategy that has long-term implications.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
In a recent Profit Confidential article, contributor and financial expert Sasha Cekerevac reports on an interesting article in The Telegraph stating that sources involved with both Yahoo! and Facebook have recently been in discussions about forming an alliance. (Source: “Yahoo! plots alliance with Facebook in new search deal,” The Telegraph, November 17, 2012.) Cekerevac notes that combining these firms could lead to a strong investment strategy that could make them a formidable opponent to the giant among Internet technology stocks, Google.
“When it comes to technology stocks, one must develop an investment strategy that has long-term implications,” says Cekerevac. “Technology stocks can be quite volatile, so it helps to have a long-term horizon and an understanding of what the companies are trying to do over the next few years.”
In the article “Alliance Between Yahoo! and Facebook?,” Cekerevac notes that an alliance between these two technology stocks, Yahoo! and Facebook, would be favorable to shareholders of both firms as the monetization of their user base has always been questionable.
According to the Profit Confidential expert, combining Facebook’s members and Yahoo!’s database would enhance the ability of both firms to target potential customers for advertisers.
The Profit Confidential expert concludes that, while this alliance is just speculation at this point, as neither one of these technology stocks has made any official comments regarding a potential alliance, the idea behind forming some sort of alliance between Yahoo! and Facebook offers quite a few positives with very few negatives.
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