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Do your homework. Don't trust the stock. Trust the CEO and trust yourself.
So far, for the season, the blended rate of earnings growth for the first quarter now stands at an incredible 33.8%.
Among other things, Intel disclosed weak server CPU sales figures and shared more details about its plans to battle TSMC and Samsung in the foundry market.
Don't fear the taxman, view this one as an opportunity, not a penalty.
Canada made the developed world's first moves toward normalizing monetary policy coming out of the pandemic, despite the fact that Canada does not seem to be flattening its own curve.
Always, always, always stick to your rules. Always. This is why we have targets, pivots and panics.
Though the chip manufacturing giant is lower post-earnings, there's a lot to like about its revenue and capex guidance, as well as other commentary it shared.
If you're looking for the meme traders, we found them. They're trading cryptocurrencies ahead of the Coinbase direct listing.
Let's look at Nvidia, Microsoft and the FAANG names to see what's really possible.
I find this action most likely to be less than sustainable, without provoking an algorithmic counter. In other words, don't just be nimble, but tread softly.
MU doesn't expect to be able to meet industry demand for either Dram or NAND memory through calendar year 2021.
It might be too difficult for Jay Powell NOT to raise rates now that the Great Reopening is upon us.
I haven't made any move here as the stock hovers around $77. There's no reason to force anything in the current market environment.
The chip giant is clearly thinking big under new CEO Pat Gelsinger. But a turnaround will take time to pull off.
Let's hope for Intel's sake that CEO Pat Gelsinger has a successful homecoming.
This week's big energy story? A giant container ship is stuck in the Suez Canal and could be stuck there for days.
COVID numbers stopped improving a while ago, even with ever-improving rates of vaccination. Just what is going on here?
Should the Nasdaq create a new low for the week at any point from here... we will have to admit to being in correction.
Smaller to mid-cap names have fared somewhat better than large cap tech, but make no mistake... there is a circle of life/death here.
When any resemblance of fear or risk management returns, we'll likely have a sharp, but buyable dip in quality names.
We can do it because it's just so good for so many people, states, companies, and the U.S.
It's been an entertaining drama, but also a major distraction for the broader market.
Comments about how unsustainable the current market action is are hitting all-time highs, but strong, speculative trading is winning out for now.
Competition from AMD and ARM CPU developers looks set to take a toll over the next two years. But Intel could be in better shape in 2023 if its new CEO is ready to make some tough choices.
There is too much action under the surface to characterize this market by looking simply at the major indices.