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Cloud server demand and growing adoption of SSDs based on cheap 3D NAND flash chips are providing fresh legs for a memory industry boom cycle.
Here's a strategy for letting winning stocks run that will remove uncertainty and stress.
Strong results and guidance from several prominent tech firms yield valuable insights on how different parts of the sector are faring.
Despite its recent run higher, the stock's ship hasn't necessarily sailed.
Weak enterprise server demand, tougher competition from AMD and rising capital spending could partly offset the success of various growth initiatives.
Even up here, these companies, along with Intel and Microsoft, are tempting.
It's time to ride this beast higher based on its strong top- and bottom-line momentum.
Jim Cramer says Cisco had a disappointing quarter, but the company's acquisition of AppDynamics moves it in the right direction.
A positive quarter for Boeing helped the Dow Jones Industrial Average to finally smash through its 20,000 milestone.
Now the question is to what degree the bulls can build on the strength the market has displayed.
Now you have Drams, flash and disk drives all much stronger than expected.
After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.
If you are a directional player, wait for a close over $40.25 and jump in.
What a tipping point in flash storage adoption means for the charts of two stocks, STX and MU.
The game is evident in a number of sectors, including airlines and tech companies.
STX made a new high yesterday, can this stock outperform the averages?
Strong numbers from Western Digital and Southwest Airlines are helping to push up their peers.
MRVL looks headed higher in 2017.
Is the 7% yield still safe or is it becoming too risky for income investors?
Stocks ended Wednesday with modest gains thanks to a rally in crude oil that pushed it to its best settlement since July 2015.
This stock could see a small correction and then be ready to push up once again.
If investing is like a horserace, you can change horses in the middle of the race.
Big 20 years ago, both technology stocks are enjoying a resurgence.
These companies' dividends are strong and likely to stay that way.
The data-storage manufacturer boosted its outlook for quarterly earnings.