Hot Technology Stocks (Dec/2010)

Here are two technology stocks that picked up a lot of attention in year 2010 in contrast to one that did not.

  • Netflix is up 250% year to date and saw much praise with CEO Reed Hastings being named businessperson of the year by Fortune.
  • Apple is up 50% year to date and is the center of many conversations on technology and media mostly on the growth of the iPad and the iPhone.
  • OpenTable is up 200% year to date but one does not hear much about it in the world of technology.
Hot Stocks

Note the comparison above is shown with a scale which indicates the gain from a base of 100 since January/2010. Actual stock prices can be found in the candlestick charts for:

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