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Based on what has been disclosed and reported to date, Intel seems to be dealing with some difficult technical tradeoffs as it launches 10nm PC and server CPUs.
Smart Global Holdings and Leaf Group have seen purchases of their shares by people in the know.
While Intel stumbled, other major chip developers and manufacturers have been generally upbeat amid strong end-market demand. And M&A activity is on the upswing again.
If you don't know Lisa Su by now I am tempted to say don't embarrass yourself, she may be the foremost executive of our time.
AMD reports great Q3 results, and what their acquisition of Xilinx means.
While a lot of cloud-related enterprise tech spending still looks healthy, on-premise hardware and software spend is getting stung by both secular trends and macro pressures.
Market winners and losers, Intel loses its touch and a high-risk/ high-reward scenario for two major ETFs.
For now, investors will either have to find some place else for their money or be patient.
* Intel's unusual call activity -- highlighted by some recently -- was actually quite usual! "Just one more thing" - lt. Columbo I have long been critical of "unusual call activity" as a means of finding attractive short-term trades. The Fin TV ...
The market keeps rallying on the possibility of a deal, despite the hurdles.
Several sessions over the past 10 days have seen increased trading volume at the NYSE, but not the Nasdaq, and for the S&P 500, but not the Nasdaq Composite. Is this professional risk reduction?
Among other things, Nvidia revealed an ambitious roadmap for server 'DPUs' that pair Mellanox's technology with GPUs.
I own it. I will continue to hold it. I would not sell it. For the uninvested who are interested, I would think small ball.
The greedy are, at last, getting blown out, and the prudent being vindicated. I see three buckets of stocks that intrigue me now.
Stocks are reasonable. Or even cheap. There will be more sell-offs ahead but remember this day and do not get too negative.
Good morning everyone! I'm Chris Versace, filling in for Doug Kass here on Friday, and we are hours away from what is commonly referred to as the end of summer with the Labor Day weekend, which will see U.S. equity markets closed on Monday. Thursday...
As we hear all this chatter about the year 2000, I'll show you a trade in a big name from that year.
Companies such as BigCommerce, Walmart and Veoneer have seen massive gains on pretty questionable news catalysts.
Sarge chooses Disneyland over Vegas and answers your questions, including who's next to a $2 trillion market cap after Apple.
Don't confuse what's happening on the S&P with the nation's economy.
The trend still believes in Congress for whatever reason, and perhaps most importantly, in an effective vaccine and effective Covid treatments versus Covid sooner rather than the later.
In the world of mega-cap tech stocks, this one can be played. Here's how.
The memory giant indicated November quarter sales would be below its preliminary outlook, and also says its August quarter will be more back-end loaded than originally expected.
In the comment section below, Dragon8888 made an interesting comment re: Cisco , Intel , Tesla , and several other companies concerning the last 20 years vs. the next 20 years. The heart of the issue, at least to me, is how each of those companies ...
Intel Corp disclosed a new method for making transistors on semiconductors that its chief architect said could boost the performance of Intel's next round of processors by as much as 20%. It seems this new method includes a new way of making what I...
Perhaps not as a long-term investment, but the giant chipmaker could make for a good short-term trade.
Both Apple and Tesla are chopping shares into pieces, which will let individual investors have a shot at buying them.