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This will not impact decisions made today by tech traders, but will impact further revenue flows and corporate alliances.
This is a fulcrum day; if tech finishes up, then we know the sellers are done.
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Major indices are overbought, except for the Russell 2000.
And how I'm playing defense (and aerospace) on the latest from North Korea.
I think the growth in DRAM and Flash is more secular in nature this time.
It's the season for fund managers to buy the anointed stocks.
Applied Materials is still in a bullish trend, though it may trade sideways for a while.
Fundamentals are driving things and we shouldn't overlook them.
Surviving the age of Amazon is all there is to retailers' earnings.
Of stocks seeing the biggest gains since the presidential election, only a few owe their success to Trump.
The Korean tech giant's report featured positive takeaways for memory chip rivals, mobile chip suppliers and others.
This quarter's proven to be one of tremendous, nearly unrecognizable bounty.
Seagate Technology shares surged on Monday following its upbeat quarterly earnings. The company's performance has implications for other stocks, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
LAM Research shares are up 83% since the start of the year. TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in on what's next for the stock.
Reactions to results of Big Blue and Lam Research are about the future, not the past.
There's a case to be made for underpricing, even in this market.
All the great stocks have artificial intelligence and e-commerce in common.
Cross currents in supply and demand make for difficult trading.
Rapid changes in and intense demand for semiconductor and display technology should keep several companies in the tech sector humming.
Pay less attention to the daily noise and more to individual stocks.
Four are already close while others need to step up to the plate.