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If it weren't for Dropbox this Micron story would be the story of the day.
As the markets react to tariff news coming out of both the U.S. and China, these are the stories you must know premarket.
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.
Latest Real Money selections from Doug Kass, Bob Lang, Paul Price and Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle.
Charts say Apple, Nvidia and other key tech stocks are still on trend.
One of my favorite "thin reed indicators" is what I describe as the Getting Too Giddy factor. This occurs when talking heads in the media get too giddy about certain individual stocks and sectors. The getting giddy factor is a close cousin to Group ...
Thanks to controlled production growth and strong cloud demand, the good times are continuing for DRAM makers. And that might give Micron's shares some more room to run.
If this early bounce does not hold I will be looking to ramp up a more bearish posture.
The whole move up could be erased in a burst of technology stock selling.
The miserable ride for General Electric's stock continued on Tuesday. Is the stock destined to plunge another 50%? Meanwhile, semiconductor stocks are hot. Watch the latest on Jolt.
While flash and DRAM memory makers rose, Intel was held back by talk it may bid for Broadcom.
I'll be watching for entry points to develop this afternoon.
And in the heart of the order lies the semiconductor industry. Nothing happens without these guys.
Business isn't great right now for these companies. But there's a good chance it'll be better in a year or two.
Peter Navarro, a fellow White House economic adviser, protectionist in nature, won this round on policy.
I want to watch the VIX before I even play the game.
Big-cap Nasdaq names were the main source of strength Tuesday.
A tariff that excludes Canada and Mexico I believe would create a wave of jubilation.
We recently reviewed Micron. Let's see what the charts tell us now.
The best way to deal with the struggling market is selective stock picking and good defense.
The problem for the marketplace right now is the uncertainty of it all.
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.
We are all trying to figure out if stocks got this high strictly because of the S&P 500 and its correlation to the bond market.