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The Chinese government has now demonstrated an ability to control the S&P 500, even at the risk of Chinese domestic capital flight.
It is always better to review your holdings and positions so a profit does not turn into a loss.
From CrowdStrike to Zscaler the cybersecurity is on fire.
Support for the stock has developed around the $120 level.
I am neutral on this market, and only a cool off of the hottest stocks can justify a further advance.
With CyberArk set to report earnings, investors should take note of some potential warning signs.
These firms offer complex hardware and software solutions that empower the modern-day corporation.
This has the same dynamic as the Greece situation a few years ago.
There's going to be a storm of deals and the market will not be able to handle it without taking the whole table lower.
If the broad market can rebound it should help to keep CyberArk above the rising 200-day moving average line.
Aggressive traders could long CyberArk at current levels and on strength.
It is all about perception, and here are strong names to pick up on market weakness.
Being risk averse I want to see a little more price action before sticking my neck out with Cyber-Ark.
Shares have formed a lengthy base and are likely headed higher from here.
The crash of oil will only accelerate the move.
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The security software company's charts have weakened in recent weeks despite the news of more global computer threats.
Strength above $54 could mean CYBR is headed higher while weakness below $46 may indicate it will decline to the low $40s.
Wearables, the iPhone 7, virtual reality, cybersecurity spending and Twitter each confounded expert predictions this year. What should investors take away from all this?
Optiv and Presidio are being taken public by PE firms that appear hungry to profit from a strong tech IPO environment, but investors might want to tread cautiously.