Bad timing: Nasdaq reconsiders AWS-based FinQloud service
Recent Changes The recent changes of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) algorithms, however, made the feeds of the posts to the fans go down, thus, the posts by the page could be seen by only a low percentage of the people who have followed it. The reason Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) gave for the recent changes were merely that they need to share only the most engaging posts for the Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) crowd, however, they introduced a system where pages have to sponsor or promote their posts in order to get more exposure. This is a very smart move when it comes to the business factor in Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), but the small companies which relied solely on Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) promotions suffered a considerable loss due to not being able to afford to promote their posts. The solutions These new changes, however, made the administrators of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) pages to put more effort to their social media performance.
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Given that the fund has what stocks to buy in war time? about $540 million in assets under management, the outflows are worth taking note and perhaps signal some end of quarter profittaking. A reconstitution occurs once per year with QQEW during the month of December, but according to fund literature replacements may be made during the year if theres a replacement in the Nasdaq-100 Index. The initial weights of each membercomponent of the Nasdaq 100 are set at 1%, and then the fund weightings are allowed to freely float with the forces of the market as stock prices will undoubtedly fluctuate over time. For example, now as we approach the end of March, the top holdings in the fund thanks to impressive stock performance recently are TSLA (1.59%), ILMN (1.52%), GMCR (1.32%), ALXN (1.26%), and WYNN (1.22%). The fund rebalances quarterly (March, June, September, and December) to bring all holdings back to equal weighted on a periodic basis. Given the nature of the recent quarter end sell-off in the marketplace, it certainly appears that portfolio managers are trimming higher beta equity positions off of the books, and names such as TSLA, ILMN, and GMCR for example, certainly fit the bill despite their very impressive short term performance.
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Moreover, the team further confirmed the fans of the device that it will not be made to use as an easy surveillance device or to record everything that the user may set their eyes upon. Google Glass Price Is Still In Speculation However, the widely adored device is still in its prototype version and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has not yet released a time when it will be available as a consumer product. Owing to the high technology the device is supposed to possess, the price of the Google Glass is still in speculation among the crowds. Although the Google has stated that it will not be just a device for the wealthy and privileged, it has not yet specified a range of price the device may belong once the consumer version is released. The prototype designers state that the product is still under development and once the final version comes out, everyone will feel about the released prototype models as one may feel about the first mobile phones that came out during the 80s.
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is the Innovator of the Next Decade
Amazon blazed the trail for public cloud services starting 8 years ago, but its seeing increased competition from big, well-financed public cloud efforts from Microsoft and Google. In fact all three of those giants are hosting cloud-related events in San Francisco this week. Ive reached out to Nasdaq and Amazon for comment and will update this when they respond. In a statement to the FT, Nasdaq said: We are always looking at growth opportunities with Amazon Web Services and ways to continue to leverage our cloud technology offering for thefinancialservices industry. This news follows the unexpected departure in November of Eric Noll, former VP of transaction services.