|Day Low/High||90.56 / 93.77|
|52 Wk Low/High||67.62 / 122.48|
For most of this year the market has been led by growth stocks.
Washington is no longer held captive by U.S. companies that want to feast off of China.
Qualcomm's strong performance on Thursday placed its shares at their highest level in nearly four years.
The company expects the issue to be fixed by Friday.
Analysts are keying in on the important first step.
Stay diversified and stay the course, there's nothing here that's going to change things longer term.
Domestic growth levered to small business? It may be precisely where you have to be.
The 20% decline in the Shanghai index could portend that the Chinese may be on the verge of giving in.
The stock has been marching higher since the company released better-than-expected revenue and EPS in late July.
It's awful to 'lose' a leadership group. But I would add that it's been being 'lost' for ages.
The chipmaker, which has strong exposure to Chinese manufacturers, partly blamed trade worries for its soft guidance.
Goldman Sachs issued a price target of $106 for NXP, which closed just below $96 on Thursday.
A dividend spec play on L Brands, while watching nonfarm payroll and news on Alphabet's plans in China.
If you can't deal with the volatility, go all index funds.
I often believe than when you get the kind of panic we got today it's a cleansing action.
This market clearly has no clue what to buy, with strong GDP growth but challenging trade dynamics and the Facebook and Twitter bombs last week.
The major indices closed Friday's session in the red across the board.
Micron Technology, Intel and Lam Research are good buys on this heat in semiconductors.
There's still a chance that Chinese regulators will approve Qualcomm's deal to buy NXP. And if they don't, a low valuation and buybacks should limit NXP's downside.
Tim Collins says MU traders should view the injunction as just noise and jockeying for position.
Our GLUM Index stocks will be hit hard by this trade war.
With the Nasdaq trading above 7,700, it's not hard to see how worries about tariffs, export controls and other potential consequences from a trade war could weigh on tech stocks.
Trump really isn't worried about averting the damage from tariffs.
Now our job becomes somewhat more difficult.
The president knows that we are being beaten in trade by the Chinese and the president doesn't like to lose.