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There's going to be a storm of deals and the market will not be able to handle it without taking the whole table lower.
Proofpoint and Symantec's earnings reports just gave a fresh lift to a security tech space that continues seeing healthy growth. Here are a couple of relatively low-risk options for playing it.
The ETF has been in a strong uptrend over the past month with the past week acting as consolidation from the most recent push higher.
Let's look at the charts and indicators for targets and an appropriate stop level.
Let's first check the charts and indicators.
Use it to your advantage or don't use it at all.
There are some solid individual names in tech, but traders must be selective.
The momentum of acquisitions isn't stalling. Here's what names might be in the mix.
Each of these names is showing technical bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
Don't make judgments yet or if you have, half positions please, no mote.
Who are, and what are football stocks?
Traders who are long PANW should consider taking some profits and raising sell stop protection to $197.
It is all about perception, and here are strong names to pick up on market weakness.
A simple acknowledgement that something's wrong, and it can't be ignored, is not too much to ask.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer's favorite cyber security stocks are Proofpoint, followed by Palo Alto Networks.
The crash of oil will only accelerate the move.
Many investor surveys indicate that sentiment is "neutral." But, to me, it's hard to believe that investors/traders are really all that nervous - if they have been selling FANG (up until 2 days ago) and putting the money into Small/Mid cap growth na...
This stock has been on a roll since November, rising a staggering 40%.
Seven more areas that you should buy on a dip any time trade jitters take the market down.
Here's why these stocks have replaced the semis as the group to go to.
Though many tech names still carry high multiples, there are now quite a few with reasonable valuations.
Another look at the charts is a good idea.
Big-cap Nasdaq names were the main source of strength Tuesday.
Quite a few enterprise hardware and software firms, including ones that struggled during much of 2017, have turned in strong earnings reports this year. Their IT spending commentary has also been positive.
Did anyone think this 'lead asset' and its various doppelgangers would just go away?
Forget macroeconomics and look at individual companies.