STM's charts are a tough read, but let's see what they say when all the pieces are put together.
The stock will not be cheap for some time.
Would-be traders and investors need to understand that the software giant's stock isn't cheap by any measure.
It was MSFT guidance that turned the post-closing bell rally into overnight weakness.
The primary issue now is whether MSFT earnings will produce a theme reflected in other reports.
Perhaps, as buyers of the cloud computing company's shares have been more aggressive of late.
Here's our latest strategy for the chipmaker.
Pay attention to these price levels as the music and podcasting stock rises on layoff news.
Let's check the charts and indicators as Elliott Management takes a stake.
Let's take a fresh look at the charts and indicators.
Just because Netflix added more subscribers than expected does not mean Big Tech is turning around -- and here's my answer to anyone who says it is.
The telecommunications, media and technology firm reports earnings January 25th.
Here's a move aggressive traders could make now.
The technical signals of the software giant indicate that the lengthy slide in its shares likely isn't over.
With the stock and the semiconductor sector out of favor, here's why these shares are a compelling buy.
CES provided reasons to be bullish on some chip companies and cloud platforms...and to maintain some skepticism about AR/VR hype.
Let's check the charts of Amkor Technology.
Here's a strategy for MCHP as the charts improve.
The company is as fundamentally sound as any business out there.
Is there evidence of new and aggressive buying in GOOGL?
We're checking out the charts of the semiconductor maker.
Check out these charts. The stock looks poised for a major upside breakout.
The chart of Apple in particular indicates that it could be tough for stocks in general to pull out of bear market mode.
The Oracle of Omaha has been a long-time investor in the Chinese auto company.
The shares have broken a longer-term downward trend.
Further declines may be ahead for this integrated information management firm.
The rapid run-up in tech stocks from their pandemic lows means few areas of support were created, and that could lead to a proportionate fall in their shares.
While there's significant commonality between the two only one stands out.
Here's what traders who are long HON from lower levels should consider.
Let's check out the charts and indicators to see.