|Day Low/High||177.22 / 184.47|
|52 Wk Low/High||50.54 / 183.80|
If you got stopped out of NET at $115 you need to rebuy the position.
You likely want something you're willing to not just trade but also to own.
The bulls are back in charge of NET and traders should look to buy available weakness.
I wouldn't take this if I were heavy tech or nearly fully invested right now.
I finally got my hands on the Fact Sheet published by The White House as to how the American Jobs Plan will bolster cybersecurity. Here we go: "The American Jobs Plan will build on that work and deliver resilient infrastructure for the American peop...
A trader needs to go where they have comfort, especially if buying shares.
Who knew high finance was so easy? And why the heck was I working so hard? Fundamental analysis is so 1980s.
What's most important about this market is understanding which themes are driving the action.
The hack stands to drive an uptick in corporate and government spending to protect both on-premise and cloud assets.
I just wish that people knew more about themselves and took the education necessary to understand what can wrong.
Until the $1200 payments in the spring, only a very small handful of people seemed interested in stocks. That changed it.
Let's check the charts and indicators on the cloud services provider.
Plus, the rising possibility that the Senate may not remain in Republican control should give investors pause.
If a tech company can sell a narrative of runaway long-term growth, it's getting richly rewarded. But if the narrative starts getting questioned, things can turn ugly in a hurry.
Traders have to know not only if one of their holdings is reporting, but also if an influential name in the sector is reporting.
I don't think it's time to step in and be brave unless speculation is one's game.
So far we've seen rather healthy consolidation, but the negatives are gaining more traction Thursday morning.
Fastly's big run-up in the weeks prior to its warning is a cautionary example of how many tech stock moves have had little to do with an informed analysis of a company's fundamentals.
Let's check out both the stocks that are going strong -- even without a stimulus -- and what I call the nascent bull markets.