About: Beth Kindig

Beth Kindig

Predicted Facebook's Q2 '18 drop & Roku's meteoric rise

Beth Kindig is a contributing analyst to FATRADER covering technology. She predicted the Q2 2018 Facebook drop and Roku's meteoric rise from $18 per share in 2018.

Beth is a prolific tech analyst from San Francisco with over 700 articles in the last 7 years. She has held senior-level product marketing and developer evangelist roles at tech companies in Silicon Valley representing products in data, security, the internet of things, connected cars, connected home, mobile, encryption, health care, and finance tech.

Her articles have been featured in Venture Beat, MediaPost, AdExchanger, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She has written over 30 reports and whitepapers on enterprise technologies. She has been a technical speaker at Android Developers Conference, GamesBeat, Advertising Week NYC, Tech Week and more.

Story Archive

$GOOG - Miss on Ad Revenue Update

There will be changes coming across all ad companies -- Google was the first to show these signs.
by Beth Kindig - 3 weeks ago

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Zoom May Be the Best Silicon Valley IPO of the Year

This may be hard to believe, but on Thursday, Silicon Valley will have a company go public that is already profitable.
by Beth Kindig - 1 month ago

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TradeDesk: 400% Outlier During Ad Industry Turmoil

While regulations chip away at competitors, including the once invincible Facebook and Google, TradeDesk has gained serious traction with a 400% increase in stock price.
by Beth Kindig - 1 month ago

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Nvidia Stock and The X Factor – Mellanox Acquisition 

Nvidia (NVDA) is making headlines again with the Mellanox acquisition, albeit more positive headlines than the previous quarter.
by Beth Kindig - 1 month ago

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Alibaba Cloud: Breaking the $1 Billion Barrier

China’s 1.3 billion population will fuel cloud infrastructure consumption and rival the United States as cloud IaaS becomes the virtual infrastructure for global economies. It took 3 years for Alibaba (BABA) to reach a $1 billion run-rate (2015-2018), while it took Amazon 6 years to reach a $1 billion run-rate on AWS (2006-2012).
by Beth Kindig - 1 month ago

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Small Cap Stock helps Mobile Network Operators Transition to Cloud: TEUM 

There is a small cap stock I am watching closely as the company has three solutions that solve a problem for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs).
by Beth Kindig - 2 months ago

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Breaking Down China’s Cloud IaaS and AI Market

The goal of this analysis is to look closer at cloud infrastructure-as-a-service for the geographic region of China, and to analyze the forward growth of the leading cloud provider in China, Alibaba.
by Beth Kindig - 2 months ago

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