Roblox Corp. Class A (RBLX)

Prev Close 83.19
Day Low/High 80.71 / 84.78
52 Wk Low/High 60.50 / 103.87
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 575.15B
Market Cap 47.85B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

App Store policy changes could have a 2% to 4% impact on Apple's top line, but probably not more than that. And there are still a lot of variables in play.

Keep a close eye on the charts of this growing online gaming name.

What caught my eye? Growth. Growth to the left, growth to the right.

The U.S. evacuation of Kabul is not really a market story, but it is deeply embarrassing, and an obvious weight upon sentiment.

This is one of the few things I see in this market where I'll take a little risk.

Let's check out two charts and a few indicators for the video game platform.

The negative economic impacts from the spread of the Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are becoming apparent everywhere.

Aggressive traders could consider going long for this online entertainment platform.

Strong performance has pushed the Singapore state investor's assets to record levels. But its cross-border scope is increasingly difficult to maintain.

With the gaming company's short history and price weakness, here's what the charts say in how to approach RBLX.

There isn't much technical history for the company that went public in the spring, but what is there is positive for this Jim Cramer fave.

Let's look at the online platform where users go to play games.

The biggest negative is that bonds are weak as inflationary fears are bubbling up again.

This is for the fools who keep selling AMC and GameStop to the mobs that are determined to take them higher -- and I've got a buy-list for the WallStreetBets crowd.

This is how aggressive traders can play RBLX.

Here's a lesson I learned decades ago at Goldman Sachs about how stocks can move in times like this.

Shares of the digital gaming company soared 21% on earnings news Tuesday.

Can you buy Tesla, Spotify, Zoom? Each is a different story, so let's look at tech stocks and how they're moving as we go into the reopening.

The Dow is finally starting to close the gap with all the stocks that have been suffering for months, and that is a relief.

I've got a game plan that could make this once-fading brick-and-mortar video game business the only game in town.

Beyond refined fuels, what else is susceptible to sophisticated criminal or terrorist activity? The entire grid? Clean water?

It is very easy to find yourself stuck in a 'good' stock that just isn't doing anything right now.

The stock just moved from OTC listing to the Nasdaq and should start to see some institutional interest.

What will really make a difference is if the strength holds, and there is a strong close.

This is a stock that should do well when we have better market conditions.

I don't recall a market where sentiment among traders was this negative while the major indices have been so strong.

Right now it is institutional buyers steadily purchasing big-cap names that is driving the action.

Small-caps look like they may be near the end of a two-month-long correction.

The action so far looks to be driven more by fear of being left out than euphoric chasing.