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Let's go over five excuses so you know and are armed with them when they are used and make you faint and weak-handed.
There are stocks for people who believe we're roaring back, those who are hiding out from the virus, and those fearing gloom and doom. But here are the ones I'd give a workout.
Microsoft is seeing higher demand for Azure services that provide cloud resources for remote workers, while Palo Alto Networks and Dropbox have seen trial subscriptions jump.
Despite the lackluster action there are some pockets of good stock picking again.
Splunk, Palo Alto Networks, and Nvidia thrive when so many others are faltering.
The cybersecurity firm's stock is pointed up but it appears extended based on its technical signs.
A look at those stocks likely to lead in the short- and long-term, the headlines out of China and Hong Kong, and the import of fiscal stimulus.
Shares of the provider of security platforms have bumped up against resistance a few times and the current market turmoil may impede them again.
Here are a number of things that I'm watching now.
The market impact of the virus for U.S. investors has been seen in more pronounced fashion in Treasury markets.
Monday brought more record highs for the broader equity indices. As a trader, the feeling is so eerie. I'm not kidding.
The NYSE used to be the center of capitalism, but now it's where actual engineering, not financial engineering, is taking place.
Let's review the charts of this cybersecurity firm.
The purpose is not to shake you out, although it can feel like that; here's what's really going on.
These are the 10 reasons why we keep going up, despite all the bad news.
A look at the charts and indicators ahead of earnings.
Cyber security stocks will be back in play today following the news that U.S. private equity group Thoma Bravo has agreed to buy Sophos (SOPH:LN) in a deal which values the British cyber security group at £3.1 billion including net debt. Ones to wat...
Enterprise spending on IT security remains strong, and a recent CIO survey suggests this spending could help during a recession.
While the security tech giant expects aggressive spending to weigh on its near-term profits, it's also forecasting strong revenue and billings growth through fiscal 2022.
The cybersecurity name fired off some punches at the competition and picked up another bolt-on acquisition amid earnings.
As the initial wild ride of PANW settles down, here are the stock's sweet spots.
What is clear is that both earnings and revenue growth, though still quite strong, are decelerating.
Billings, a key figure for cybersecurity companies, surprised to the upside as the company delivered more than was expected by analysts.
Shares of the provider of network security platforms could bump into a resistance zone after a strong start.