|Day Low/High||38.60 / 39.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||26.72 / 53.04|
There's still some value to be found in the sector. But a lot of the easy money has definitely been made.
Technical readings indicate an underlying loss of positive momentum.
Keep in mind that strong action like this tends to create underlying support.
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The big bounce sold off hard, and we are now struggling to hold the intraday lows.
There isn't necessarily any correlation between the way stocks trade and the feeling about the economy.
We are seeing classic 'out of position' action this morning and conditions are good for it to continue.
If the focus on Europe can abate a bit, individual stock-picking can come back to the fore.
In these market conditions, you're better off cutting your losses than holding vain hopes.
What worries me the most about the market is the tendency toward lopsided action.
The news keeps coming out of Europe while traders try to sort it all out over here.
Players are scrambling to add long exposure as this market refuses to let them in easily.
Silicon Motion popped on a good report, and when it pulled back, I jumped in.
With chip stocks soaring on news of the NetLogic takeover, these three names have particularly stood out.