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Here's the kind I like to buy -- and the vetted stocks that you can play on 'good' risk.
What's most important about this market is understanding which themes are driving the action.
Competition from AMD and ARM CPU developers looks set to take a toll over the next two years. But Intel could be in better shape in 2023 if its new CEO is ready to make some tough choices.
As power has changed hands in the White House, we can expect these names -- and themes -- to benefit.
Plus, a look at the unusual chart pattern of Chegg Inc. and what it may mean.
While expected demand from clients such as Apple and AMD is also probably motivating TSMC to invest more, the size of its 2021 capex budget suggests other factors are also at play.
We are going to live again. You will dance in the aisle at some concert whose performer I have never heard of, and you will cheer for your favorite team in person again.
If all goes well, JNJ could be able to immunize a billion individuals this year just by themselves.
Thursday's big gains in Robinhood favorites might partly be a case of investors front-running purchases they expect to be made with the help of new stimulus checks.
I did something on Tuesday that I never thought that I would do again. I bought some Intel.
Intel's manufacturing setbacks likely mean that it has to choose between sacrificing market share and sacrificing margins.
These names in diverse industries have suffered from tax-loss selling and offer 'bounce back' potential in January.
Look beyond the flagging Big Six tech companies with these Asia-based plays for next year.
Buy the best and leave the rest to those who don't know better.
It has been a bad start to the month for stocks in China, with the roaring Seoul stock market now outperforming Chinese shares.
The M1 strengthens the competitiveness of the low end of Apple's Mac's lineup. But fully transitioning away from Intel CPUs will still take time.
Based on what has been disclosed and reported to date, Intel seems to be dealing with some difficult technical tradeoffs as it launches 10nm PC and server CPUs.
While Intel stumbled, other major chip developers and manufacturers have been generally upbeat amid strong end-market demand. And M&A activity is on the upswing again.
AMD reports great Q3 results, and what their acquisition of Xilinx means.
For now, investors will either have to find some place else for their money or be patient.
Apple's new iPhone points the way forward with 5G, which caught on first in Asia. So, investors should look to these five stocks.
Demand for PCs, tablets and gaming hardware all still look quite strong. And smartphone sales are gradually picking up.
Markets have certainly recovered nicely off of the lows of late September. Now, here in mid-October, it feels like it did that cold night back in 1980-something. The wolves are visible and noisy.
It makes logical sense to take your foot off the gas here.
Most Asian markets were closed last Friday for holidays, so it's the first chance they had to respond to President Trump's Covid-19 illness.
SMIC and Toshiba affiliate hurt by further export curbs on chipmakers dealing with China.
If you are lucky enough to have owned TSM during its big run up, here's my advice.