I expect the chipmaker's shares to continue drifting lower.
Investors see value in Hewlett-Packard and growth in ChannelAdvisor.
And falling into the Gap.
I'm not willing to bet H-P can reinvent itself and keep shares climbing.
The Internet giant's competitive position looks as strong as ever.
Right now, business is tough in the storage world.
Investors appear ready to give CEO Marissa Mayer the benefit of the doubt.
The $1.1 billion price tag is a negative indicator for the Internet sector.
I will take a short-term chance on the sector.
The hate for this stock is just ridiculous.
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