Nicholas Rossolillo

Nicholas Rossolillo


Nicholas has been a writer for the Motley Fool since 2015, covering companies primarily in the consumer goods and technology sectors. He is also the founder and president of Concinnus Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor based in Spokane, WA. He enjoys the outdoors up and down the West Coast with his wife and their Humane Society-rescued dog.

Recent articles

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Micron Helps Power a New Wave of High-End Computing Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis

The world’s pivot to digital-first operations has pulled the company out of its slump.


ConocoPhillips Taps Low-Code Software to Help It Adapt to the Times

Proof that technology is an important investment as the economy tries to pull itself out of recession.


5G Stock Xilinx Stock Rallies on Easing Chinese Sale Restrictions

Revenue for the just-concluded quarter got a big upgrade.


Could AMD Be a Millionaire Maker Stock?

It’s been on a multi-year tear, but the stock’s advance could be far from over.

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Is Qualcomm Stock a Buy?

Pressure facing the largest mobile chip company continues, but a rebound may be coming.

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3 Small Cap Growth Stocks I'm Planning to Buy

As with all small businesses, there are risks. But all three have big opportunities ahead.

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When a Company Pays for Stadium Naming Rights, Is It Time to Cut and Run On Its Stock?

A new recession means bankruptcies, leading to questions about corporate budgeting.

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Is Activision Blizzard Stock a Buy?

It’s been a good year for video games, but this top studio doesn’t quite make the cut for me.

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Is Texas Instruments Stock a Buy?

For slow-and-steady tech dividend payments, it’s hard to argue against this chip-making giant.

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Salesforce Is Launching a Mobile Chat and Collaboration Tool, but Don't Call It a Slack Killer

The Salesforce Anywhere app is geared towards remote work and collaboration. Sound familiar?

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7 Ways to Invest $1,000

If you're starting with $1,000, it can be hard to decide where to invest. Learn the best investment strategies and how to decide which is best for you.

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Where Will Alibaba Be in 5 Years?

China’s largest tech titan still has lofty ambitions.

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Better Buy: Apple vs. Google

There’s a tech titan for investors of all types.

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Where Will Universal Display Be in 5 Years?

Next-gen digital displays are here, but it will take years for them to dominate.

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NVIDIA and Mercedes-Benz Sign New Autonomous Vehicle Partnership

An autonomous fleet will begin deployment in 2024.

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Better Buy: MercadoLibre vs. Alibaba

E-commerce is in high-octane mode in emerging markets due to coronavirus.

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My 3 Coronavirus Recovery Stock Buys That Are Still Down Double-Digits

The stock market is rallying back toward all-time highs, but not all businesses are in the same boat.

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Splunk, Datadog, and Elastic: 3 Ways to Invest in Data Analytics and Cloud Management

Wall Street is valuing these businesses very differently from each other, but one stands above the rest as a better investment right now.

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Where Will Arista Networks Be in 5 Years?

The cloud is here to stay, and Arista will have a place at the table.


StoneCo Isn't Just Disrupting the Status Quo, It's Building a New Economy In Brazil

Helping merchants accept payments was only the beginning for this e-commerce technologist.