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Amid all the pre-inaugural craziness, it's comforting to know market moves aren't random.
AVGO's move up in early December following earnings was on very strong turnover.
Jim Cramer looks at semiconductor stocks including Texas Instruments, Broadcom, Analog Devices and Advanced Micro.
Rather than flipping back and forth between charts of two different timeframes, combine the concepts.
A Japanese newspaper reports production cuts are coming for Apple's iPhone7 due to sluggish sales.
Some buyer could make Xilinx part of their team.
That could come in handy when dealing with Nasdaq futures.
No matter what they hold, they're not going to do well.
It's the most random day of the week, with stocks all over the map.
The market is taking tremendous "pin action" off solid earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
These former tech darlings are seeing a serious revival.
If a rumor is right, Intel might further downsize its PC investments by letting AMD handle its GPU needs. Qualcomm, meanwhile, is hoping servers will help offset soft mobile growth.
On Thursday, December 8, investors await a key policy decision from the European Central Bank.
Broadcom shares are up about 20% this year, and Jim Cramer likes the company ahead of its earnings report Thursday.
Who knows if it's on the verge of collapse?
XLNX is bullish-looking on our 3 favorite charts.
Expect Fed to raise rates, but no talk of 2017 plans, please.
There are some good ones today, but for different reasons.
Avoid the name until it puts up stronger revenue growth or the valuation comes down.
Cypress Semiconductor's CEO Hassane El-Khoury says the company's restructuring plan is on track and says there is big opportunity in autonomous cars and the internet of things.
Every time you see rates go up you are going to see high-growth stocks go down.
Smartphones are now a low-growth market. That's making big mobile chip suppliers willing to use M&A to expand their product lines.
Broadcom continues to broaden its business with the purchase of Brocade, according to Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer believes Qualcomm's merger with NXP will benefit shareholders, and the stock will continue to advance.
Both private equity firms and tech companies have shown a willingness to make 10-figure enterprise acquisitions. The fervor appears far from over.
The market still looks at them as if they were old-fashioned semiconductor makers.
The rancor and the nature of the debate are putting a lid on stocks.