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David Garrity on CNBC: Alexa acting like ‘recommendation engine,’ which can drive consumers to Amazon

GVA Research CEO: Alexa acting like ‘recommendation engine,’ which can drive consumers to Amazon from CNBC. AMZN Product Launch To Show Case Expanding Range Of Alexa-powered Devices To Surround Consumers With Network of “Touchpoints” In the battle beyond the browser, AMZN has previously indicated that 2018 would see the introduction of 8 devices that would

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David Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: The Domination of Amazon $AMZN

Click here to play segment (GVA Research comes on at 12 min 10 seconds) Kathleen Gaffney, co-director of diversified fixed income at Eaton Vance, talks about bond markets, investment strategy and high-yield. Shira Ovide, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering technology, and David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, discuss the domination of Amazon. Jim Harrison, CEO

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GVA’s Garrity: Tech Investors Should Look At Apple Over Amazon

Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. GUEST: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research and columnist at Investopedia, on Amazon disappointing, this week’s tech earnings highlights, and outlook for the sector. Listen to the replay here. AMZN 2Q17 Results Reflect Profit Margin Pressure From Heavy Investment Spending, Will Margins Expand in 2H17?: While AMZN

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David Garrity on CNBC’s “Fast Money” – MSFT Hits All-Time High

MSFT FY17Q4 Results May Signal Turn Toward Accelerating EPS Growth: Under CEO Satya Nardella, MSFT has rationalized underperforming portions of its solution portfolio and with its rapidly expanding cloud computing offerings plus the LinkedIn acquisition is now in a strengthened secular position. From FY12 to FY15, MSFT EPS contracted at a -1% CAGR. With its

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Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: Amazon’s Growth Boils Down to ’Alexa Listening’ #AlexaListens

Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research and columnist at Investopedia, on the tech sector, outlook for Amazon and how it could exploit its predatory pricing position. Listen to the full interview here AMZN Feeds Bottomless Appetite For Consumer Data With WFMI Acquisition, Alexa is Listening: Last

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David Garrity on BNN: Amazon Prime To Ignite Share Gains for 2016 Holiday Season, Messaging Key For Brands in 2017

2016 Holiday Shopping Trends See Broader Sales +3-4% y/y, Online +16-17% y/y: The 2016 holiday shopping season has been expected to show and is demonstrating solid growth. More broadly, retail sales are increasing +3-4% y/y due to a healthier consumer supported by key factors (i.e. stronger labor & wage market, pent-up post-election demand, more disposable income,

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Google’s new product launch about ‘gathering data’

Google is unveiling a new line of products at its launch event today, including the new Pixel smartphone and smart home assistant. GVA Research Principal, David Garrity, joins BNN to discuss this, the competition from Amazon and Apple, and why this is about gathering consumer data.

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GVA Research on Bloomberg Radio: “Taking Stock” Special Extended Market Coverage

Yesterday David joined Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Radio’s Taking Stock’s special extended market coverage  (you can listen to the segment above). It was a good discussion. Further reading on how “Tech’s ‘Frightful 5’ Will Dominate Digital Life for Foreseeable Future” can be found in this NY Times article by Farhad Manjoo.  Header Photo

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GVA Research on BNN: ‘FANG’ stocks snakebitten to start 2016

Tech – Buying Opportunity Potential Limited By Currency War Prospects: Off the back of reassuring developments (e.g. positive U.S. Dec 2015 employment report, China limiting insider sales and scrapping circuit breakers), the burgeoning panic permeating the markets since the start of 2016 trading has momentarily dissipated and the tech sector is leading the market advance

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GVA Research on CNBC’s Nightly Business Report: 4 Horsemen of the Nasdaq

Fifteen years ago the 4 stocks that dominated the Nasdaq were Oracle, Microsoft, Intel, and Dell. Today it’s Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple – these four stocks hold dominant positions in the tech sector and have been among the biggest engines driving the Nasdaq, do you see it staying this way for the foreseeable future?

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