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3 Tech ETFs to Buy for 2022

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Do I have a gift for you today…

Three tech ETFs to buy for the year 2022.

And I’m not just going to give you the ticker symbols.

I’m also going to tell you why I like each of these three ETFs going forward into 2022 and beyond.

(If you’d prefer to read a transcript instead, click here.)

Regards,

Steve Fernandez

Research Analyst, Strategic Fortunes

Morning Movers

From open till noon Eastern time.

Oracle Corp. (NYSE: ORCL) provides cloud software-as-a-service products for enterprises. It is up 15% after reporting results for a very strong Q2 that beat both revenue and earnings estimates. The company also announced a $10 billion share buyback.

Sprinklr Inc. (NYSE: CXM) develops and provides a cloud-based unified customer experience management platform for enterprises. It is up 15% after reporting strong earnings and accelerating revenue growth for the fourth quarter in a row.

Bottomline Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: EPAY) manages payments and invoices for businesses, governments and other organizations. It is up 13% today on the news that it is working with Deutsche Bank to consider strategic options, including a potential sale.

Full Truck Alliance Co. Ltd. (NYSE: YMM) operates a digital freight platform that connects shippers with truckers to facilitate shipments in China. It is up 11% this morning, but there is no fundamental news driving this move.

Lightwave Logic Inc. (Nasdaq: LWLG) focuses on the development of photonic devices and materials systems for fiber-optic data communications and optical computing markets. It has no specific news to report but is up 10% today, continuing on its upward momentum from earlier this week.

Halozyme Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: HALO) is a biotechnology company that develops novel oncology therapies. It is up 10% on the news of a three-year, $750 million share repurchase program.

Corcept Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: CORT) develops drugs for the treatment of severe metabolic, oncologic and psychiatric disorders. It is up 9% on a rebound after tanking 17% Thursday on the news of a subpoena from a U.S. Attorney’s Office seeking information on the sale and promotion of one of its products.

Informatica Inc. (NYSE: INFA) develops an artificial intelligence-powered platform that connects, manages and unifies data across systems. It is up 8% after Macquarie initiated coverage on the stock with an outperform rating.

Oscar Health Inc. (NYSE: OSCR) provides health insurance products and services in the United States. It is up 8% on positive media attention on the stock’s potential thanks to the company’s new tech platform product, +Oscar.

Academy Sports and Outdoors Inc. (Nasdaq: ASO) operates as a sporting goods and outdoor recreational products retailer. It is up 8% after reporting record Q3 results and raising its guidance for full-year 2021.

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