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Among other things, results revealed that quite a few firms are now facing a higher bar, and that reopenings have begun affecting consumer behavior in a number of ways.
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Among other things, Intel disclosed weak server CPU sales figures and shared more details about its plans to battle TSMC and Samsung in the foundry market.
Though the chip manufacturing giant is lower post-earnings, there's a lot to like about its revenue and capex guidance, as well as other commentary it shared.
How Interesting. On Wednesday, market participants rotated out of the un-rotation that had been in vogue for most of April.
The chip giant is clearly thinking big under new CEO Pat Gelsinger. But a turnaround will take time to pull off.
Let's hope for Intel's sake that CEO Pat Gelsinger has a successful homecoming.
While chip stocks have outperformed in recent months, some still look intriguing as tech stocks in general sell off this week.
Cracking down on Hong Kong and outlining plans for future growth are two key items on the agenda in Beijing.
We can do it because it's just so good for so many people, states, companies, and the U.S.
Pandemic trends for work and play are driving stock gains in surprising places, most notably in Taiwan.
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.