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Upside - +72% (to be acquired by Pfizer for $148.50/shr in cash plus 0.5/shr of new publicly traded company valued at $11.6B) - +37% (earnings, guidance) - +20% (to be acquired by Prologis for $61.68/shr) - +20% (awarded order of 10K electric trucks...
For people willing to brave the waters, there are now quality names with distinguishing characteristics that look attractive.
Place a percentage on the likelihood of recession? It sounds more like someone trying harder to not get it wrong than trying to get it right.
The market roared, but the pros did not tag along in size. They either have to catch up, or they are just not coming.
The chipmaker reports earnings this week, but don't expect the stock to reverse direction.
Here's how the chip-making supply chain could have been hit by a conflict with Kiev -- and why investors should remain guarded.
INTC is here to stay but it's a long way from competing effectively against either Nvidia or AMD, or even Taiwan Semiconductor.
Ant Group linked to corruption probe, worsening the picture for China's consumer sector.
The tech company roars to the upside -- but Real Money readers shouldn't be surprised.
I do think that the Fed is on the case. I do not think that the Fed is as late as so many seem to.
The chipmaker's shares surged on Monday to snap out of a lengthy consolidation pattern.
Chips, chips, chips, or as I refer to them, "the fabric of our increasingly digital lives." We chatted about some of the drivers for them yesterday, and the next few days we should be hearing more on them as part of Baidu's Baidu Create conference a...
As we barrel toward the end of today's trading hours, let's take a quick look at what's on tap for the rest of the week: Tuesday brings earnings from Cal-Maine Foods and the only other expected quarterly earnings report this week is before the mark...
My opinion has long been that I must be invested in cybersecurity regardless of valuation as demand for these services may not dwindle in my lifetime.
The push-out of semiconductor revenue into 2022 portends another strong year ahead.
Positive news on Omicron is more powerful at the moment, at least for the markets, than the overhanging probability of tighter monetary policy.
Plus, the headline numbers don't come close to telling the story of Thursday's action in the equity markets, which had a case of bad breadth.
Stockholders must consider multiple angles in approaching a protracted period of chip shortages.
AMD now has a lot more resources to invest in areas such as chip packaging, software and specialized products.
Plus, we continue to wait with bated breath to see where Congress goes with President Biden's two big spending initiatives.
There are reasons why AMD and many chip equipment stocks closed higher on Friday, even as Intel's shares tumbled.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
While supply-chain constraints are a global problem, consumer-level inflation is not yet as broad a problem, or at least not evenly distributed.
How Important is Taiwan? On it's own, very important. As home to Taiwan Semiconductor? Invaluable.
This firm is key to the data center, which is now expected to drive 40% of revenue generation.
An environment in which valuations matter more and dip-buyers can't always be trusted to save the day is one in which it could help to pick one's spots carefully.
While the big guns meet at the White House about the global chip shortage, the president and these companies are approaching this all wrong.