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Follow this list to discover and track stocks have the highest Environmental scores as rated by Sustainalytics Research. This list is generated daily and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • Apple plans to create app that tracks non-apple devices - rpt
    Yahoo Finance Video14 hours ago

    Apple plans to create app that tracks non-apple devices - rpt

    Apple is reportedly planning to combine the "Find my iPhone" and "Find My Friends" services into one app capable of tracking non-apple devices. The new service, set to compete with "tile"- may help you find devices even when they're not connected to wi-fi or cellular data. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman discuss with the panel.

  • JPMorgan's exec shuffle might lead to the bank's first female CEO
    Yahoo Finance17 hours ago

    JPMorgan's exec shuffle might lead to the bank's first female CEO

    While Jamie Dimon isn't expected to leave anytime soon, the executive shuffle at JPMorgan could be 'hugely significant' for succession.

  • Cramer: Banks are doing better than thought and stocks are still cheap
    CNBC Videos10 hours ago

    Cramer: Banks are doing better than thought and stocks are still cheap

    Jim Cramer reviews the past week of bank earnings.

  • Earnings season is ramping up and these could be the big winners
    CNBC Videos11 hours ago

    Earnings season is ramping up and these could be the big winners

    Next week is the biggest week form earnings. Should investors fade or trade into earnings. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.

  • The Top 10 Biotechnology Companies (JNJ, ROG.VX)
    Investopedia6 hours ago

    The Top 10 Biotechnology Companies (JNJ, ROG.VX)

    Learn how the marriage of science and technology is changing the world of medicine and creating some of the largest multinational biotechnology corporations.

  • 3 Reasons Cash Is a Smart Position in Your Portfolio
    Investopedia8 hours ago

    3 Reasons Cash Is a Smart Position in Your Portfolio

    Explore three reasons to hold cash positions in investment portfolios, including the advantages of liquidity in falling markets and safe haven solutions.

  • New Competition Won't Stop Netflix From Raising Its Prices
    Motley Fool8 hours ago

    New Competition Won't Stop Netflix From Raising Its Prices

    Management doesn't think new big name competitors will change much for the company.

  • Google Beats Amazon to the Punch
    Motley Fool8 hours ago

    Google Beats Amazon to the Punch

    Google Home speakers are getting free music.

  • Why Autonomous Could Be a Strong Driver for Nvidia (NVDA) Stock
    SmarterAnalyst10 hours ago

    Why Autonomous Could Be a Strong Driver for Nvidia (NVDA) Stock

    The gaming sector appears to be slower than investors had hoped for, and with Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) becoming a stronger rival, the relative weakness of the gaming industry creates a key risk to Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock. However, despite some of the negative commentary pertaining to Nvidia, there could be a silver lining to the recent GPU apocalypse. Perhaps, the on-going development within its ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) division could offset some of the negative headwinds, as there were a number of wins recently tied to automotive OEMs, and on-going deployments of level 3-4 systems that could move the investor thesis forward in this area.Rob Csonger (General Manager of Autonomous Machine Group Nvidia) was on the call with Timothy Arcuri (UBS Analyst), where they discuss the development of Nvidia’s ADAS systems, and also how they came up with their expected total addressable market opportunity:> Rob Csonger: The TAM that we talked about at our recent investor day – the $30 billion number -- was based off of three components. One was a driving component; in other words this is revenue that NVidia would derive from computers and software that would go into the vehicles. The second component would be data center products, which are used for training and development of the software that goes into the car computers. And then finally at GTC we announced a new product called Drive Constellation, which is a simulation product for testing and validating.> > Rob Csonger: So what we're doing is - our technology of course is based on our newest processor called Xavier. And we are enabling the world's automakers to deploy a system like this with even more performance and more functionality. And the announcement we made with Toyota is an example of that. So based on that, I think - you know, we estimated roughly 35 million cars and we also estimated that you would need two computers. You would need a computer for the selfdriving and you need a computer for the cockpit. And given a, you know -- call it -- hundreds of dollars, you know, ASP, you'd end up with, you know, a significant portion of that TAM.What Rob Csonger is anticipating are a number of factors near-term that will drive the autonomous market forward. Namely, Toyota and Mercedes Benz, which have both expanded their collaboration on Nvidia’s autonomous platform, which means the shipment of a lot more Xavier chips when both companies are ready to launch their next-gen platforms (could be a couple years out).Nvidia also released Xavier (several months ago) which does 30 trillion operations per second (heavily optimized for Nvidia’s custom CUDA architecture and machine learning algorithms). Rob Csonger also mentioned that they have “85 other companies developing on the Xavier platform.” Plus, it could have widespread adoption in robotics or other areas where datacenter on a chip makes sense. They started selling the developer kits (January 2019) for quantities of 1,000 (minimum) for $1,100 (implying that each developer kit will cost $1.1M per company at minimum).Assuming, the automotive narrative plays out, Nvidia could reach a multiple billion/year revenue runway from the segment alone. Though, customers would have to value a more advanced autonomous driving system when buying their cars and opt for the upgrade. However, Tesla has a 77% attach rate for its advanced autonomous features, which cost $5,000 extra, according to Rob Csonger, so there may be meaningful adoption even if Toyota were to release the same feature.If Toyota were to market a Level 4 system (which could work on freeways but probably not surface roads) and sold 1M cars with these features, while Nvidia generates $2,000 per unit (due to volume) they would generate an incremental $2B revenue from just Toyota alone. Toyota sold 10.4 million cars in FY’18, so they’d only need to sell the feature to just 10% of their customer base for it to become a viable volume business for Nvidia.Bottom LineAutonomous remains Nvidia’s most promising growth area given the weakness in GPU shipments tied to gaming and crypto mining. The autonomous revenue might surprise in the next couple quarters as developer kit orders for Xavier starts to impact financial results. However, the adoption of Nvidia’s ADAS architecture might not translate into meaningful volume shipments for a couple years, but each auto OEM does intend to launch cars with ADAS level 4-5 systems in the next five-years.Disclosure: The author has no position in Nvidia stock.Read more on NVDA:  * Nvidia: Looking Like Intel Isn’t Necessarily a Great Thing * Nvidia (NVDA): Investor Day Sets Bullish Tone for the Stock More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: * Jeff Bezos Is Leading Amazon (AMZN) in the Right Direction * Microsoft (MSFT) Stock's Big Rally Should Continue * Oppenheimer Still Sees 40% Upside for Tesla (TSLA) Stock * The Qualcomm (QCOM) Hype Continues: Canaccord Boosts Price Target on the Stock

  • TheStreet.com10 hours ago

    Jim Cramer: Zoom, Pinterest and the Irrational Exuberance of This Market

    Do you really want to pay 50 times last year's sales for Zoom , a video conferencing company, one that is second-banana in share to Cisco ? Does that make sense? The answer is no. And it is worrisome.

  • Apple Could Be Reusing the iPhone SE Playbook
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    Apple Could Be Reusing the iPhone SE Playbook

    Apple might breathe new life into a familiar product.

  • Apple Earnings: Why I'll Be Watching Guidance
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    Apple Earnings: Why I'll Be Watching Guidance

    How long will the tech giant's revenue decline persist?

  • TheStreet.com11 hours ago

    Zoom's CFO Talks to TheStreet About Her Firm's Growth Strategy and More

    After pricing its IPO at $36 -- above a raised price range of $33 to $35 -- Zoom opened at $65.00 on Thursday morning and closed at $62.36. The first-day jump left Zoom valued at about $18.1 billion after accounting for outstanding stock options. Shortly after Zoom began trading, I had a chance to talk with CFO Kelly Steckelberg about Zoom's long-term strategy and post-IPO plans.

  • IBM Served Up Some Surprises in Q1
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    IBM Served Up Some Surprises in Q1

    The computing titan is prepping for a $33 billion merger, and you won't hear management talking about "strategic imperatives" after this.

  • American City Business Journals12 hours ago

    Apple reveals secretive Austin lab where iPhones are recycled

    Meet Daisy, the Apple robot that slices and dices iPhones down into their component parts that can be recycled and reused.

  • How Risky Is Sprint Now That T-Mobile Merger Is in Trouble?
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    How Risky Is Sprint Now That T-Mobile Merger Is in Trouble?

    The No. 4 wireless carrier has warned that its financial situation is worse than it appears to be.

  • Intel Announces 5G Exit: Can Qualcomm Be Apple’s Chip Supplier?
    Market Realist12 hours ago

    Intel Announces 5G Exit: Can Qualcomm Be Apple’s Chip Supplier?

    Qualcomm Surges on Apple Settlement and Intel's 5G Chip Exit(Continued from Prior Part)Intel’s exit from the 5G phone business On April 16, Intel (INTC) announced that it is planning to exit the 5G smartphone modem market, as it wants to put its

  • Pinterest, Zoom shares surge in market debuts after IPOs
    Reuters12 hours ago

    Pinterest, Zoom shares surge in market debuts after IPOs

    "All of the gyrations that you read about in the press and the drama that you read about in other cases, we can certainly fall victim to a lot of those things if we are distracted by the news cycle or things that are short-term by nature," Pinterest Chief Financial Officer Todd Morgenfeld said. Zoom Video Communications Inc shares also surged in the U.S. video conferencing company's first day of trading on Thursday, closing 72 percent above their IPO price of $36. Investors are hopeful that money-losing Pinterest, the most high-profile social media company to list in the United States since Snap Inc in 2017, will have a strong run in the market, given the company's ability to grow revenue and increase its user base.

  • IBD Stock Of The Day: This Company Gets A Lift From Its 5G Rollout
    Investor's Business Daily12 hours ago

    IBD Stock Of The Day: This Company Gets A Lift From Its 5G Rollout

    Keysight Technologies is the IBD Stock Of The Day as the maker of measurement and testing systems for communications and electronics industries continues to shine after a recent breakout.

  • Benzinga12 hours ago

    Goldman Sachs Enters Ultra-Short Bond ETF Fray

    Amid expectations the Federal Reserve will slow its pace of interest rate increases this year or perhaps not raise rates all, fixed income investors are embracing medium- and longer-term bond exchange ...

  • Check Point Earnings Edge Past Estimates, Cybersecurity Stock Falls
    Investor's Business Daily12 hours ago

    Check Point Earnings Edge Past Estimates, Cybersecurity Stock Falls

    Check Point Software Technologies reported slim earnings and revenue growth that narrowly topped views for the first quarter. Shares of the firewall software maker fell in early trading.