Best High Tech Stocks To Invest In 2023

MicroVision, Inc. (NASDAQ:MVIS) has been quietly churning out high tech imaging and laser scanning technology for years. But MVIS stock began to soar last fall on news it was developing a lidar system for the automotive sector.

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Between the start of December 2020 and Feb. 16 of this year, MVIS stock rocketed up by more than 920%. After a quick correction, it’s surged several times since, hitting a decade-long high close of $26.44 on April 26.

Best High Tech Stocks To Invest In 2023: XO Group, Inc.(XOXO)

XO Group Inc. provides consumer Internet multiplatform media services to the wedding, pregnancy and parenting, and nesting markets. It operates a network of Websites under various brands, such as The Knot, which offers wedding resources through wedding Website and mobile apps, national and local wedding magazines, and nationally published books; The Bump, a pregnancy and parenting brand that provides personalized information, content, and tools for anyone at any stage of their journey from fertility to pregnancy and parenting through the toddler years; and The Nest, which focuses on young nesters setting up homes and navigating new lives together. The company also offers national online advertising products, including sponsored and brand-integrated content, digital banner advertisements, native banner advertising, and direct e-mail marketing; local online advertising products comprising digital advertisements and direct e-mail marketing; and registry and commerce, a Website that allows couples the opportunity to create, manage, and share multiple retail store registries from a single source. In addition, it publishes The Knot Weddings and The Bump magazines. The company was formerly known as The Knot, Inc. and changed its name to XO Group Inc. in June 2011. XO Group Inc. was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

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