21 Interesting Metaverse Stocks: 6 Prudent Buys: 4 Speculations: The Rest?

Introduction Metaverse Stocks

Although you can learn a great deal from the past you can only invest in the future. Today many believe the future of the Internet and technology is the Metaverse. Therefore, I have begun putting together a portfolio of stocks that are poised to participate in the next stage of technology growth – the Metaverse. What is most interesting is that roughly half of these companies are already successful iconic technology stocks – some of them major. The other half are lesser known stocks with many of them already being speculated in. Consequently, I offer 6 of these companies as potentially prudent investments, 4 as interesting speculations and the rest of the stocks are too expensive to invest in. Nevertheless, I would further state that every one of these companies, the good, the bad and even the ugly should be in the awareness of every investor looking for growth.

The stocks in this video are: Meta Platforms (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Alphabet (GOOGL), Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Tencent Holdings (TCEHY), Take Two Interactive Software (TTWO), PTC Inc (PTC), Sea Ltd (SE), Snap Inc (SNAP), Unity Software (U), Apple (AAPL), Electronic Arts (EA), Fastly (FSLY), Ghost Technology (GHST), Immersion (IMMR), Microsoft (MSFT), Matterport (MTTR), CloudFlare (NET), Nvidia (NVDA), Roblox (RBLX), Vuzix Corp (VUZI)

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