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There are myriad ways to play what many consider a revolution in telecommunications.
Tech is still the equity market's leading sector over three months -- and over most timeframes going back years.
I think it very possible that there will be a positive reaction tonight, more likely based on what Tim Cook says.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
Management's remarks were good news not just for HPQ, but also for Micron, Applied Materials and other tech titans.
The fundamentals are there, supported by earnings. Let's look at the charts.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
Here's how to use charts to trade five stocks, including Dow Chemical and Honeywell.
I prefer a bearishly biased vertical put spread. It's a highly speculative trade.
Take a few minutes to check the level of institutional ownership in the stocks you own.
Property owner Brookfield Asset Management is well positioned for the current low interest rate environment as institutional investors seek alternatives to bonds like real assets
Energy and consumer defensive names dominate on the bearish side.
Six months later, let's reassess the situations with oil, tech, metals and stocks in general.
The volatility created by the Brexit vote makes several stocks particularly attractive buys.
There are many reasons to be negative on the wireless service provider, but one analyst is Neutral.
The mobile provider's outlook is grim as the price of its stock and its debt plummet.
China posted its weakest quarterly economic growth since the global financial crisis.
Futures are slightly lower as earnings begin to roll in.
If you agree that domestic growth is strong and implied volatility is excessive in some names, this may be a good time to consider selling puts the stocks of companies with a U.S. focus and positive year-over-year revenue growth.