Here's a plan for trading Semtech Corp.
Let's check the charts and indicators before earnings for NTAP land later on Tuesday.
Let's check the charts on this prominent cybersecurity company.
Don't be in a rush to buy the shares.
Markets are forward looking, not backward looking.
I had previously written that CEO Tim Cook has 'pulled it off again.' Well, maybe not.
The companies have entered into a 30-Year commercial agreement.
A social media giant, an online marketplace, a semiconductor producer and an automaker make the latest list of unloved stock losers.
The tech giant could see its technical signals weaken as its shares take a hit from the impact of Covid protests in China on iPhone output.
Let's read the charts on ADSK after earnings reveal worse-than-expected outlook.
In putting together the 2023 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio there is no shortage of contenders that haven't fared well in 2022.
The picture looks rather bearish.
The more sideways movement should eventually translate into a bigger rally.
The 2022 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio was a true bomb, but hope spring eternal for 2023.
The technical signals of the video communications company indicate sellers of its stock have been more aggressive than buyers.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
The charts and indicators of CRM appear pointed lower.
The growth is here, in revenue, billings and in remaining performance obligation. The balance sheet is strong with the potential to be very strong.
Plus, a few quick thoughts on how to trade a popular bond ETF and a couple gold plays.
While select software firms look attractive, many others could remain pressured by several factors.
Price alone is not a reason to buy BABA.
At the high-end computing game is there anyone better? The simple answer is no.
What's needed here is a strong earnings report.
Nvidia's latest results are giving its shares a small boost, but its technical signals are mixed at best.
Shares of the chipmaker have firmed recently to move above the 50-day moving average line.
It appears that the charts of the maker of networking equipment are still forming a bottom pattern.
Chipmakers need to diversify their production bases, which for better or worse will impact Taiwan, current center of the chip fabrication sector.
The Oracle of Omaha managed to execute a boatload of TSM stock purchases without attracting attention on the semiconductor giant's charts.
Here's what the charts say about this stock as it's gone way up.
Let's check out the latest zigs and zags of AMD.