|Day Low/High||41.33 / 42.25|
|52 Wk Low/High||40.31 / 58.41|
Markets now have a new reversal to think about, but I think I have to be convinced before I can believe.
This is the largest list of qualifiers since the pandemic began.
The stock screen run by value investor Jonathan Heller turns up a big surprise as a well-known stock pops up.
Following their recent selloffs, two of these major chip developers arguably present compelling risk/rewards.
Let's see how market softness and shorter-term headwinds can create a buying opportunity for AAPL.
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Buckle up: we're in for a volatile end of the week!
"I am going to write a good Diary on Real Money Pro today... and I am going to help people. Because I am good enough, I am smart enough and doggone it, people like me." - Daily Affirmations With Dougie Kass Today's Affirmations is about the lack of ...
* The market (and money) never sleeps -- and neither do I, it appears! * Yesterday was a good day to apply Buffett's dictum -- be greedy when others are fearful * Today, maybe not so much, in the market without memory from day to day * Stock future...
* Amazon disappoints. It's contending with higher transportation and labor costs and a spent-up consumer. Margins will suffer. No bueno. * Apple was better than feared with less supply issues, but the rate of growth in business services decelerating...
The bounce is a positive technical step, but it will take more work for a solid low to form as the market digests the GDP number, reports from Amazon, Apple and Intel.
It's hard to gauge how this market is going to react to quarterly results, so stay alert and don't ignore your stops
Wednesday's session was dominated by traders, algorithmic traders for sure, but traders nonetheless. The PMs mostly sat on their hands.
I like AMD in terms of valuation and leadership. Can the stock still come in? Of course it can.
Besides what one might think... TINA (there is no alternative) remains a factor for now... in equity markets.
There should be no national priority greater than developing both defensive and offensive hypersonic technology.
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Alibaba, JD.com and Meituan post double-digit percentages losses as Hong Kong's high COVID death rate and a Shenzhen shutdown hit home.
This is one of the few names that really didn't tank with the rest of the market over the last few days.
These chipmakers offer long-term growth potential and market-beating yields.
Almost forgotten as the investing public priced in a reduced probability for war in eastern Europe, was the January data for producer prices.
INTC is here to stay but it's a long way from competing effectively against either Nvidia or AMD, or even Taiwan Semiconductor.
With 100% artificial snow and a tight Covid bubble around the athletes, these Winter Olympics will be unlike any that have ever been held.
Advanced Micro Devices' quarterly results were impressive. Again.
Probably not, but there are some positives there that will help in the search for a bottom.
Shares of the semiconductor maker are trading down Thursday on supply concerns.
We all knew this would happen, and no one really thought was bullish for the market. Now it's all eyes on the big tech names like Nvidia and Intel.
An Inside Day almost always signals a period of reduced volatility, which is something that I think most of us are ready for.
It is now important that the lows that were hit on Monday not be breached.