There are a couple technical reasons to think that a short-term dip in stocks produced by Amazon's disappointing results could attract buyers.
However, there are ways to approach the Invesco QQQ Trust despite the collapse of one of the Nasdaq 100's biggest components.
Disappointing earnings and guidance from the tech giants dash the bullish momentum that was building in the Invesco QQQ Trust.
The ETF trades like it wants to lead equities lower, so it will remain on the "do not touch" list along with Chinese stocks.
I and other traders are losing interest in putting chips on the table after weeks of crummy price action, which may not be all bad from a sentiment perspective.
There is a key level to monitor if you care to take a swing at the streaming giant's shares.
This trader is seeing an increasing number of small-cap stocks with bullish patterns and clear signs of accumulation.
That's because we need the semis to stabilize for tech stocks to begin hammering out a bottom.
Traders need to take Fed members at their word when they say they want rates higher and for longer than the market is expecting; also, AMD lays an egg.
And here are a few thoughts on how to approach Tesla.