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It is going to be a rough day, but we can adapt, and win.
Some bearish divergences have appeared and longs should raise their stop protection.
The groups that are winners will stay winners as long as interest rates maintain their downward trajectory.
This week is no different. For one, this Friday brings the month of June.
Relief is on the way, and there's an inexpensive beneficiary out in California.
A rotation out of one group of techs into another can often be fertile ground for the next round of buying.
The optimism about trade with China is what truly inspires a rally like today coupled with a benign route for rates to go higher.
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...
There are lessons and profits to be gained from studying Warren Buffett's misses.
Just because rates on the 10-year are back below 3% doesn't mean that's what's driving the rally.
SPLK is in a strong uptrend without bearish divergences.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
It's important to spend time in California to understand what's coming in technology.
It's not just Gary Cohn putting stocks through the ringer.
A tariff that excludes Canada and Mexico I believe would create a wave of jubilation.
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.
Stocks of companies that go hand and hand with an economic expansion just won't quit.
Those who have ridden out the doubt are posting robust gains in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The networking giant's $1.9 billion deal to buy BroadSoft was eyebrow-raising in multiple respects. Here are some other names Cisco could target if it's willing to think big.
As tech bargains become harder to find, enterprise hardware and software firms are a good place to look.
The third time may be the charm for a potential breakout.
Jim Cramer describes Domino's Pizza as a technology company that sells pizza.