Technology stocks have surged since the November 2016 election, with the Nasdaq approaching 6,000 on increased investor optimism, strengthening economic data and better corporate profits. As the broader bull market passes eight years, experts think there's more room to run -- if investors know where to look.

Research firm Credit Suisse has put together a list of 140 "top ideas" covered by their analysts, using several parameters to weed out weaker companies and pick only the best ideas. Market caps, growth and valued companies, as well as a variety of different sectors were chosen.

As part of the investment process, each analyst ranked up to three stocks on a six and twelve month time horizon, only picking "high conviction ideas." Since not every analyst had three stocks that could make the list, they were allowed to pick less than three names.

TheStreet looked at some of the recommendations from analysts and broke it down even further, looking at seven of the best technology stocks from Credit Suisse's U.S. Focus List.