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Best Cloud Computing Stocks In 2013 To Watch -Top Listed

Updated on December 25, 2012

Watching the Best Cloud Comping Stocks in 2013

Cloud Computing stocks are expected to soar higher and predominate the computer industry stocks in 2013. The growth of this technology is no more a hype because all of the giant computer-companies have set their foot in the market. This article compiles an exclusive list of the best cloud computing stocks to watch in 2013. As always, the best advertised companies don't seem to be the best to invest in. If you want to play keenly and make a wise investment in cloud computing then watch the stock ticker of specific companies that provide higher returns. Although social network sites, mobile services are also competitive, cloud computing stocks (especially in 2013) have a heads up lead than the others. The reason is that cloud computing more likely to be used by the core-industry (where there is a turn over of billions) rather than by individuals. Nowadays, huge companies shift their whole technology infrastructure to clouds. This gives immense many monetary savings in terms of resources, management, troubleshooting and moreover enables better business innovations.The best cloud computing stocks in 2013 to watch are the ones listed below.

Best Cloud Computing Stocks In 2013 to Watch


EMC Corp (EMC)
EMC have acquired Vmware and from then their growth have been even more astounding.They have bagged the place of best cloud computing stock to be monitored in 2013.

Akamai Technologies, Inc. (AKAM)
Akamai have a violent growth of 80% from Apr 2010 to Jan 2011. This is likely to continue in the coming the months too.

Brocade Communication Systems, Inc. (BRCD)

They are one of the companies who offer shares for low investments but high returns.

Level 3 Communitcations, Inc. (LVLT)

This is another cloud computing stock to watch in 2013 which requires low investment.


Radware Ltd. (RDWR)
This enterprise have shown a stunning 150% in the beginning of 2013 from the past 10 months.It would be a wise step to add this clould computing stock to your watchilist

Other Hot Cloud Computing Stock To Watch in 2013

  • Oracle corp (ORCL)
  • NetApp (NTAP)
  • Google (GOOG)
  • SalesForce.com (CRM)
  • Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)
  • Microsoft Corp (MSFT)
  • Blue Coat System, Inc. (BCSI)
  • Limelight Networks, Inc.(LLNW)


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      Pat nj. 

      5 years ago

      Is cloud computing the new way

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      Winston 

      5 years ago

      I have owned a number of shares of LLNW for awhile and I'm still underwater with that stock. Brocade and EMC are prime companies but competition in data hosting (cloud computing) is not helping their value either. Then all of this cloud computer will be moot if/when Sun Flares travel to earth and fry our electrical grid.

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      Share Market 

      6 years ago

      very good post, i was really searching for this topic as i wanted this topic to understand completely and it is also very rare in internet that is why it was very difficult to understand

      thank you for sharing this.

      Regard

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      chamilj 

      7 years ago from Sri Lanka

      Useful stock list.Thanks!

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      CDL Career Coach 

      7 years ago from Eugene, Oregon

      I think I read something about cloud computing on Motley Fool a few months ago. Still not sure exactly what they are talking about, but nice to know what companies are into that. Thanks.

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      sam3m 

      7 years ago from New York

      thanks, i have a small options account and have been looking for another set of stocks to lose more money.

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