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Shares of Corsair, which went public on Sept. 23, are already up 10% over the past month.
Demand for PCs, tablets and gaming hardware all still look quite strong. And smartphone sales are gradually picking up.
Aggressive traders could look to buy a dip in the computer peripherals maker, though that play is not without risk.
The market remains skeptical about the potential for a deal and that makes it dangerous to chase momentum right now.
Traders should be more defensive as the trend strength has been waning.
The last time I was helming the Diary, I touched on the prospects for the 2020-2021 school year to shift online. Indeed, in recent days we've seen a number of universities announce they were joining the ranks of grade and high schools that are only ...
LOGI is not showing us a major top pattern so we may want to consider rebuying LOGI in a few weeks.
The stock is up sharply as consumers outfit their home offices with new computer peripherals.
Investor enthusiasm for richly-valued tech names might not significantly wane until some downbeat business news starts to arrive.
Aggressive traders could probe the long side of LOGI on available weakness.
Let's see what the charts of LOGI look like today.
The Trump and Xi administrations are at least looking at the same page. That's more than nothing.
Microsoft, Lam Research and several other companies have announced hikes in dividends, so let's break them down.
The charts of LOGI look like they are pointed lower.
If you have raised some cash as I told you to, then you will be ready to buy the stocks of high quality companies if they come raining down on you.
In the daily bar chart of Logitech, we can see a very sharp decline in price from late August.
The charts are showing mixed signals on this name.
Although equity index futures are lower, this whole thing has been taken in stride. For now.
Fernando Alonso is set to become the first F1 driver with an eSports team, Pokemon's latest launch shows it is still a monster, while EA's loot boxes could soon get the gambling treatment.
The lucrative business of e-sports promises to be a good investment.
E-Sports revenue is expected to reach roughly $300 million by 2021, compared to about $100 million in 2016, according to new figures from PwC.
Amid the rise of eSports, TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Logitech keyboards are needed.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
Strong results and guidance from several prominent tech firms yield valuable insights on how different parts of the sector are faring.
Don't be surprised if there's volatility after today's earnings report.