On 17th of February, we predicted Apple and Netflix stock and In this post, we talk about Netflix stock growth. We also check the Nullatech top predictions for this week.
Nullatech AI has analyzed Apple and Netflix data in last 300 weeks. In this post, we will talk about our correct prediction about Apple market trends and also check the status for Netflix market trend for next week.
we predict Amazon and Apple stocks in this week but what about news in this week. in this article, we review some news about these stocks. you can see our prediction for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Amazon Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) by clicking on them. in continue, we gather some news about these companies.
Nullatech AI predicted 77% of The Amazon Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) market trends correctly in last 300 weeks. You can check our prediction on the chart below and also see the stock status for next week.
Last week we published a post about Apple market trends. This week we improved our model and predicted 77% of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) market trends correctly in last 300 weeks.
US stocks suffered their worst fall in more than six years on Monday. The S&P 500 fell by 4.1 percent and Nasdaq declined by 3.8 percent. Nullatech AI predicted US stock worst fall correctly so far.
What started on Friday continued on Monday and reached far beyond the US. Asian and European markets saw selloffs. The Dow industrials tumbled more than 1,500 points at one juncture Monday, the worst intraday fall in market history.
Riding on higher revenues, Visa Inc (NYSE:V) reported first-quarter fiscal 2018 earnings of $1.08 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 10.2%. Also, the bottom line improved 25.6% year over year.
Nullatech AI predicted 70% of The Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) market trends correctly in last 300 weeks. You can check our prediction on the chart below and also see the stock status for next week.
Last week we had a post about NVIDIA market trends. This week we predicted 72% of NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) market trends correctly in last 300 weeks.
Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT) beat Wall Street’s profit forecast on Wednesday, helped by growth in its cloud computing business, but took a $13.8 billion one-time charge due to the new U.S. tax law.