Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the things we're grateful for, and in honor of the holiday, four Fool contributors listed the stocks they're most thankful for in this episode of "The Five" recorded on Nov.
Inflation, which hit a 31-year high in the U.S. last month, is causing major growing pains for tech stocks. In addition to causing component and labor costs to rise, rising inflation also reduces the value of a company's long-term growth in revenue, free cash flow, and earnings. Let's take a look at three dependable tech stocks that should remain resilient in an inflationary environment.
Unfortunately, 2022 doesn't necessarily bring bullish market prospects with it, and investors are still uncertain about many high-quality stocks that have fallen from their recent peak. Shares of Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) are down 57% from their all-time high, yet the business is executing on all fronts. The market doesn't always give out gifts like this, which is why I want to pick up more shares of Roku by the end of the year.