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If Lam doesn't blow the numbers away and say it is still too hard to meet demand, then I think it can get hit.
I'm sticking with the Russell 2000 ETF, but ready to make a move.
Deutsche Bank's largest shareholder ranks senior members of China's Communist Party among its owners, according to an exiled Chinese businessman. The company says that's false.
This stock is still a juggernaut.
And that's a good sign for the market.
It's difficult for even the best companies to resist infection.
Days like this remind you why you stay in.
Approach this one with caution.
The concern about increasingly hawkish central banks creates cross-currents in the markets.
Maybe the dip buyers will make another try, but right now the price action is poor.

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