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The Next "Magnificent Seven"?

Motley Fool - Wed Apr 10, 7:32AM CDT

The "Magnificent Seven" stocks largely carried the market in 2023, with the likes of Nvidia(NASDAQ: NVDA) and Meta Platforms carrying huge loads. However, the top companies tend to evolve through the years, and in today's video I detail what I believe the Magnificent Seven could look like five to 10 years from now. We will have a few holdovers, with Nvidia being one of them.

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*Stock prices used were end-of-day prices of April 5, 2024. The video was published on April 8, 2024.

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