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This basket consists of stocks expected to benefit from self-driving cars.
Curated by Yahoo Finance
Self-driving cars could be one of the biggest economic game-changers in history. Unfortunately, there are no pure plays in the stock market. However, there is no shortage of publicly traded companies that have exposure to this emerging business. This watch list includes companies that are well-positioned to capitalize on the advent of the autonomous car.How did we choose these stocks?
Each of these stocks was chosen by the Yahoo Finance editorial staff.Who made these selections?
Yahoo Finance is the most-read business website in the US, garnering roughly 75 million unique visitors every month. The site has extensive coverage of both consumer technology and the business of tech companies.How are these weighted?
The stocks in this watchlist are weighted equally.
|Watchlist||Change Today||1 Month Return||1 Year Return||Total Return|
|The Autonomous Car||+1.71%||+146.31%||-22.53%||-2.56%|
|Symbol||Company Name||Last Price||Change||% Change||Market Time||Volume||Avg Vol (3 month)||Market Cap|
|GOOG||Alphabet Inc.||1825.2||-2.75||-0.15%||12:40 p.m. EST||577.63k||1.80M||1,233.58B|
|TSLA||Tesla, Inc.||591.08||+22.26||+3.91%||12:40 p.m. EST||24.60M||51.65M||560.29B|
|F||Ford Motor Company||9.265||+0.07||+0.71%||12:40 p.m. EST||22.82M||65.87M||36.86B|
|MGA||Magna International Inc.||62.07||+1.02||+1.67%||12:39 p.m. EST||269.52k||951.93k||18.58B|
|DLPH||Delphi Technologies PLC||17.02||-||-||4:00 p.m. EDT||10.03M||1.87M||1.47B|
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