Many tech stocks sporting high valuations have been selling off in recent weeks, even as the rest of the sector generally holds up well.
Shares of the cloud name could break out to the upside at any moment.
How many companies would follow the NBA's principled examples on Hong Kong free expression vs. China profits?
The tech sector has been the victim of the recent "on again, off again" rotation. That may really just mean that the group has been victimized by its own success.
The chip manufacturing giant issued strong Q4 sales guidance, offered upbeat remarks about 2020 5G phone demand and hiked its capital spending budget.
Checking the charts and indicators of the once-hot cloud stock.
Let's check out the charts and indicators of WEX this morning.
Workday is down sharply after indicating its core HCM software business will see slowing growth, and it's taking many enterprise software peers lower with it.
Let's check the charts and indicators of KBR to see if we want to join in from the long side.
TikTok's short-length video platform has become quite popular with younger consumers. But it isn't exactly a substitute for services such as Instagram and Snapchat Stories.
Here is a play on Oracle, as the bullish pattern continues.
Apple is reportedly prepping a 4.7-inch iPhone that will have a $399 starting price. Such a move could help it land more first-time iPhone users to whom it can cross-sell services and wearables.
The stock's technicals are pointing upward.
Unlike archrival Oracle, SAP is reporting solid top-line growth and is comfortable breaking out its cloud revenue.
Let's drill down in the charts and indicators to see if we want to get involved on the upside.
Here are three Friday charts worth watching as they near breakouts.
Let's check the latest charts and indicators of this network technology company to see what they suggest for the weeks ahead.
Enterprise spending on IT security remains strong, and a recent CIO survey suggests this spending could help during a recession.
Though CSCO has tried to transition into a growth name, the stock remains a value play.
The backlash over the banning of an eSports player who voiced support for Hong Kong protesters has led to widespread boycott calls against Activision's Blizzard unit, which has considerable Chinese exposure.
Let's hope the blacklisting of eight companies supplying surveillance equipment to the Chinese state is not just another chip on the U.S.-China trade negotiating table.
Investors need to do what works for them in markets where trading action is extremely random.
More than four-fifths of U.S. teens still report owning an iPhone, and more than a third now say that YouTube is the video service they watch the most.
Here's where we think the defense and aviation stock is going in the long run.
Shares of the enterprise software provider have not made much of a base since a big decline in early August, so it's best to avoid the stock for now.
The ride-hailing leader still has a lot of room to grow, and is starting to see a better U.S. pricing environment. But its cash burn remains substantial, and it's losing some U.S. share to Lyft.
Citigroup's upgrade of Uber to buy from neutral could be enough to generate some positive momentum for the ride-sharing company.
Let's check the charts and indicators of SQ.
Though stock buybacks and job cuts will prop up HP's earnings in the near-term, its lucrative printing supplies business is still facing major secular headwinds.
Here's how we would trade RNG shares following the Avaya news.