Let's see where traders could approach the long side of IBM.
Hop in or wait for another ride?
The gains are a game changer.
The shares soared into late August and then have corrected lower.
A softening Chinese economy could be a headwind even if Evergrande is bailed out. However, deals can be found among companies with little or no China exposure.
My reading of the technicals and Cramer's advice don't always agree. Here's where you can choose when to pull the lever on SOFI.
Here's what traders need to know.
The shares of the lodging platform provider are running into a bit of resistance at present.
And there are two reasons to take your time as a buyer.
Here's our latest technical strategy on PLTR.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio gave up ground over the last month yet continues to outperform key indices.
Let's check the charts and indicators of CSCO, which just completed its annual investors day.
Here's what to do if you have a long DT position or no position as yet.
MSFT's dividend hike and buyback program are garnering attention.
While DocuSign has struggled the past few weeks, it may be ready to turn here. Let's take a look at the fine print.
We're in this name because of the CEO, Satya Nadella. We're also here because MSFT is always one step ahead.
Here's why we shouldn't count on D.C. and how to strategize on likely disappointment in stimulus, as well as corporate taxes and regulation, that could cause tech names some pain.
If you like ORCL, you don't have to hurry. It's not about to take off.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
In the case of Apple and Alphabet, it appears the answer is yes, though a bit more downside in both stocks could come first.
I think the charts are more positive looking and renewed strength is more likely.
How come this decision was so opaque to so many?
When Apple zigs or zags, that probably means that nearly everyone should pay attention.
The campaign against Big Tech continues in China, where Ant will likely have to carve out its consumer-loans business.
App Store policy changes could have a 2% to 4% impact on Apple's top line, but probably not more than that. And there are still a lot of variables in play.
The shares have been trading below the declining 40-week moving average line for several months now.
Here's what I'm risking.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Aggressive traders could add to longs on available weakness.
Will ZS go out on any kind of limb for the current full year? That's what will decide the overnight direction of the stock.