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Reams of stocks make sense on a pullback. And what looks bad? Anything even remotely connected to oil and gas.
This company's opportunities are massive, and so the recent price drop is a fine opportunity.
These quality names look appealing on the basis of 30-week moving average.
The industry is evolving, and Samsung is hurting -- but these suppliers look ripe for the picking.
These three names are short candidates after their bearish action during Wednesday's strong session.
Two painful macro trends are hitting these companies, and I can only see the stituation getting worse.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace explains what's behind the increase in recent M&A and what companies stand to potentially lose out amid the activity.
Before too long, I suspect the remaining stand-alone competitors will face an even tougher road ahead.
eBay and RF Micro are gaining ground but have nearby levels of solid support.
I continue to favor the companies in this sector that are increasing their dollar content per device.
BlackBerry's big shortfall hits InterDigital's IP license sales.
This is no field of dreams moment, just because it's been built does not mean they will buy.
I'm particularly concerned about how ripple effects will impact RF-semiconductor firms.