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Tech stocks feel like they may be going higher, as the economy is picking up.
Here's to hoping that ServiceNow and Splunk get the love they deserve.
The cloud players haven't done much for a while, but they appear ready for a big move, which is a big deal.
Apple, Energen and McKesson are among the top stock picks of Mizuho's analysts for 2017.
For NOW, it looks like it will stabilize at some point and resume its advance.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
Technology stocks have been volatile, but there are opportunities in names like Apple, Red Hat and Salesforce.com says a senior analyst from Mizuho.
In these market crosscurrents, it's tough to go with the flow.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
ServiceNow shares were up nearly 15% on Thursday after topping analysts' quarterly expectations
Walmart shares are up on heavy volume after the company announces its plan to offer more online items for same-day pickup during the holiday season.
Bristol-Myers, ServiceNow and Kimberly-Clark have posted major third quarter earnings surprises, but they are not the only one, says Jim Cramer.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
Shares look ready to resume a second phase of the advance begun in the first half of the year.
Traders looking to go long NOW, wait for a dip just under $70 and then risk to $65.
The theme continues of companies that report good numbers and guidance receiving a reward and those that don't getting whacked.
CEOs decide it's best not to go nuts to the upside.
ServiceNow posted the perfect quarter, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Let's hope that the Chinese didn't like the Sands and went everywhere else.
The company's stock will likely be among the first to turn.
IBM and United Tech show beauty is only growth deep and value largely valueless.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.