|Day Low/High||136.36 / 148.42|
|52 Wk Low/High||130.00 / 298.48|
As the year has been upended by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, this name has all of the hallmarks of a secular growth story.
As an example, let's look at the 21-day exponential moving average of the QQQ to see what it is signaling; we also check out Cloudflare.
This swing trader is far more interested in buying intraday dips than selling rips; he also checks out CrowdStrike Holdings and The St. Joe Co.
Traders who may have been stopped out of the cybersecurity company's stock might want to wait a bit before jumping back in.
CRWD reported Q4 results Wednesday, beating expectations.
Some of the most ferocious rallies seem to occur during bear markets. Was this just one more bear market rally?
On Tuesday, a bevy of U.S. multinational corporations finally got around to heading for the exits from doing business in Russia.
Let's check the charts on this cybersecurity name.
The crisis in Ukraine underscores threats to the world and to companies big and small. Investors should take notice.
This fund is turned toward 5G and has an intriguing current portfolio, but its future isn't yet clear.
Whether Thursday's bullish reversal in stocks was a bottom or just another tradable low is anyone's guess, so let's focus on Friday.
CRWD is getting a lot of attention as the risk of global threats ramp up.
Checking out a few momentum stocks that recently have lost ground shows selling may be drying up around their most recent lows.
Cannabis is about the only space where I'm long, and that isn't for technical reasons.
Trucking company Yellow Corp. and water heater maker A.O. Smith could make for nice trades.
I think I'm likely to remain 'skinny' for now, and prioritize trading over investment at least for the next 10 business days or so.
It may be better to wait and see how things develop.
Whether panicked sales over these past few days, especially Wednesday, prove to be either the 'fast' or 'smart' money remains to be seen.
This may still be a trade and not an investment.
Jerome Powell must be very worried about Omicron and the variant's ability to prolong inflation where it might have started to ebb.
I wouldn't expect a lot in the way of economic shutdowns, at least not unless clear evidence presents that people are getting sicker from Omicron.
Monday was a continuation of the weakness in many names already slumping -- the only difference is everyone noticed the reverse.