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Got $3,000? Buy These 3 Top Cloud Computing Stocks Right Now

The digital transformation in the business world was already well underway when 2020 began, but the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic led to a notable spike in the rate at which organizations adopted cloud computing. Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) was a pioneer in this tech realm, and its Amazon Web Services (AWS) is still winning the largest slice of the business in it with about a third of the cloud infrastructure market. But investors who focus narrowly on the market leader risk missing out on an ever-growing list of opportunities in this fast-growing sector.

The advent of the cloud has created a host of new opportunities, and the companies that are taking the best advantage of them can provide excellent long-term gains for savvy investors. Let’s consider a few of cloud computing’s biggest business segments, and the companies that are the clear winners in each area.

Business man in suit looking at cloud with falling $100 bills.

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3 Top Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy Now

It’s easy for good opportunities in mid-cap stocks to go unnoticed by investors. Stocks with a market capitalization between $2 billion and $10 billion are sort of tweeners by definition. They often don’t get the attention in the press that the market giants get, and they also can be overlooked by investors searching the small-cap universe for the giants of tomorrow.

But the best mid-cap stocks are proven businesses on their way to becoming large companies. They’ve already graduated from small-company status. While they may still be prioritizing investment for growth over making profits, they usually have mature business models that savvy investors can recognize as winning formulas.

The three stocks below are established businesses that are performing well in today’s challenging business environment. One is a conservative choice and two are growing at breakneck speed, but all three are well positioned to succeed in 2021, regardless of the speed

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Global Heart Lung Machine Market 2020 Opportunity Assessment, Business Opportunities, Top Industry Players, Trend and Growth to 2025

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Oct 06, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
MarketsandResearch.biz announces a new report titled Global Heart Lung Machine Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 which lends a complete overview of the market, rendering specific details on market size, technical, and business developments. The report outlines the principle standpoint of the standard forces of the market. The report announces the addition of another new dimension to this industry explaining the performance of the major players operating in this market. The global Heart Lung Machine market has been segmented on the basis of the dominant players, out of which some are well established while some have newly entered the global market. These key players have established actions such as research and development, determined to bring in new services that can efficiently compete with the

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Essential Advice From Three Top MBA Gatekeepers

As the final MBA admission decisions get made, from applicants who pulled off the waitlist in the last minutes before fall classes to the final granting or rejection of deferral requests, everyone can agree it’s been a remarkably uncertain and stressful time.

After test centers closed, it took weeks for the online version of the GRE and then the GMAT to be taken at home. Many business schools extended their application deadlines and provided candidates with greater flexibility over tests and recommenders. And scores of admitted international applicants found it difficult, if not impossible, to get student visas in time to come to the U.S. for the start of their MBA programs.

At the third annual MBA Summit, sponsored by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, the chief MBA gatekeepers of three highly selective schools met to discuss MBA admissions during the pandemic and beyond. How … Read More