Larry Ellison's company continues to grow much more slowly than the broader enterprise software market. And it just declined to reiterate its full-year revenue growth guidance.
Following company news, a sell stop just below $51 looks like a good idea right now.
Even though prices have improved a little in recent days, risk still exists for a deeper decline for SPLK.
There has been a lot of sideways action in the company's shares since it went public last spring and that pattern could continue in the weeks ahead.
The long road that saw most technology and other growth stocks far outperform more mundane issues may have finally come to an end.
By dropping the iPhone price and coming in low on Apple TV+ and Arcade pricing, the firm is aiming to steal market share from competitors.
Apple appears to be wagering its new services will boost ecosystem stickiness and drive hardware upgrades.
Momentum stocks stabilized Wednesday, and buyers rushed to put money to work in 'safe' plays like Apple, and some small-cap names.
While politicians, media and government agencies take aim at tech giants, understand that these are the ones helping keep our nation strong and innovative -- and have the love of the people.
I like the risk-reward here for traders.
Apple is taking the necessary steps in order to set up future success ahead of the advent of 5G technology.
After a sprint higher in the IT company's shares in recent days, traders and investors might do well to wait for a temporary pullback to pick up the stock.
I'm eyeing a retest of the 10-week simple moving average around $30.50.
Shares of the video-conferencing company have broken to the downside.
Apple is now more of a 'safe' stock than a 'momentum' play.
Will the stock decline in the weeks ahead?
The iPhone maker's charts indicate its shares could climb on a favorable response to its new products but should have a safety net if observers are unimpressed.
Should competitors act in a way that puts the U.S. economy at a disadvantage, then by all means the FOMC must act with a level of anger that intimidates.
If you took our recommendation to buy T on June 28, you are in the driver's seat, and now $41 and then $55 are our next price targets.
Possibly due to worries about the fixed costs attached to their business models, many fab-owning chip suppliers with meaningful growth opportunities are still trading at low valuations.
Bulls and bears are still figuring NOW out.
While the security tech giant expects aggressive spending to weigh on its near-term profits, it's also forecasting strong revenue and billings growth through fiscal 2022.
The cybersecurity name fired off some punches at the competition and picked up another bolt-on acquisition amid earnings.
As the initial wild ride of PANW settles down, here are the stock's sweet spots.
Let's dig further.
Let's check out the charts and indicators.
Billings, a key figure for cybersecurity companies, surprised to the upside as the company delivered more than was expected by analysts.
Shares of the provider of network security platforms could bump into a resistance zone after a strong start.
Recent pricing data, upbeat analyst reports and a guidance hike from a Taiwanese memory maker give fresh reasons to think the memory industry's downturn is nearing an end.
Here's how I'd play it.