Shares of the two big tech names sagged after Wednesday's close, but let's see how they and the Nasdaq 100 fare in trading here on Thursday.
Many tech valuations are now back to 2016 or 2017 levels, and quite a few contrarian indicators point to extreme bearishness.
A provider of technology for managing smart homes and a financial services concern are finding interests from directors and officers.
For all the sound and fury surrounding Snap's bad news, it really didn't change much when it comes to the broader market.
Buyers have been attracted in the $180 area in March, April and now.
Sometimes the most uncomfortable trade can be the best trade.
This trader will be eyeing The Trade Desk and QQQ to figure out what to do next.
Here's where I see AAPL going and how to play it.
Bullish divergences may finally generate a bounce, Here's how to trade it.
Let's take a technical follow-up look at MDB -- and give a word of caution on this software name.