|Day Low/High||7.36 / 7.54|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.98 / 10.85|
Everyone from game publishers to chip developers to game-streaming websites appears to be getting a lift.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
A new report suggests revenue from mobile app stores grew faster in 2016 than in 2015. Apple, aided by soaring Chinese sales, drove a large chunk of it.
Mobile-device screen maker Japan Display is scrambling to branch out into non-mobile businesses.
Strength in certain names has been sold, but I don't think the small-cap oils trade is over.
U.S. stocks ended only slightly higher after losses in the health care and consumer goods sectors kneecapped any upward momentum on Thursday.
As the Powerball pool grows above $1 billion, the eventual winner could outright own several companies traded on the NYSE and Nasdaq.
It's been over a year, and a new game has yet to be created during Mattrick's tenure.
Silicon Graphics looks like a buy at these levels, and this spec play is very attractive.
Just look at Glu Mobile's ascent over the past six weeks.
When we do have selling pressure, the doubts come to the fore quite quickly.
I've got my name on these two names, both solid buys at their current prices of around $5.
I'm continuing to watch recent initial public offerings and secondaries quite closely.
The bears find themselves out of position again, and that gives the market a boost.
Play the good action in individual stocks and don't worry about a big market shift.
The selling seems to be more about the dip-buyers losing interest than rushing for the exits.
It's easier to find the hot action in a slow market because it's more concentrated.
That could build up some trust once again, which might induce buyers to inch back in.