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Compared with Micron, the UBS downgrade of Texas Instruments seems remarkable.
Maybe it's time to look at these stocks individually rather than as a group.
If it weren't for Dropbox this Micron story would be the story of the day.
Though investors are choosing to take profits after a big run-up, Micron isn't talking or acting like a company expecting the good times to end soon.
The Feds accompanying statement came off, to me, as slightly confused.
The whole move up could be erased in a burst of technology stock selling.
And in the heart of the order lies the semiconductor industry. Nothing happens without these guys.
It's not just Gary Cohn putting stocks through the ringer.
I want to watch the VIX before I even play the game.
A tariff that excludes Canada and Mexico I believe would create a wave of jubilation.
New worries? The possible departure of Gary Cohn from Trump's economic team and Friday's payroll.
There are three things I want to listen for, and perhaps focus on, as Fed Chair Powell testifies before Congress.
We cannot forget how important Warren Buffett is to this market.
Management's remarks were good news not just for HPQ, but also for Micron, Applied Materials and other tech titans.
It's funny but there's something at work here that may be stock specific that can trump things.
Now that the coast seems clear, they will fall over each other to reiterate buys and raise numbers.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Marc Chaikin, of Chaikin Analytics, spent an hour together at our offices talking all things markets. Listen to the whole conversation below. In the except above, they discuss Lam Research and why it makes them nervous.
I have constantly counseled that the way to navigate this market is to stay focused on price action.
It is a good time to put together a shopping list and start looking for some new buys.
While painful to longs, the market will be better for it.
Intel, Lam Research and others have delivered good news for the chip equipment industry this earnings season.
Despite the attacks on his character, Trump has been the best salesman for this economy since Ronald Reagan.
2 names in completely different areas of the market having the same post-earnings reaction is notable.
The sector has been a great trading group lately and I bought these 2 names this morning.
Slight pause could lead to more choppiness.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
It's hard to understand the magnitude of the change.