|Day Low/High||47.44 / 49.55|
|52 Wk Low/High||33.83 / 106.96|
After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.
Slowing daily and weekly momentum figures mean near-term gains will be hard to come by.
Shares of electronics giant Toshiba were tanking after the company revealed it is set to take a larger writedown on its U.S. nuclear business.
Amid all the pre-inaugural craziness, it's comforting to know market moves aren't random.
Jim Cramer breaks down his buys for the rally.
Jim Cramer looks at semiconductor stocks including Texas Instruments, Broadcom, Analog Devices and Advanced Micro.
They are left-behind, almost forlorn, relatively inexpensive chip stocks.
Something happened on my day off that hasn't happened in years.
There are reasons why days like this happen -- and they're always going to happen.
But there is still some decent stock picking to be had.
This market doesn't need the scrutiny.
This number is arbitrary, but for those who have latched onto it, here is a possible scenario that could get us there.
The game is evident in a number of sectors, including airlines and tech companies.
Trade WDC from the long side, risking below $60 even though gains may be slow going in the weeks ahead.
Strong numbers from Western Digital and Southwest Airlines are helping to push up their peers.
These former tech darlings are seeing a serious revival.
The floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
From AutoZone to Western Digital, the news for all of these names definitely looks good.
Sector rotations under the surface are much more volatile than what we see in the major indices.
MRVL looks headed higher in 2017.
Strength in certain names has been sold, but I don't think the small-cap oils trade is over.
A rally from $60 to $75 is pretty good work if you can get it.
Western Digital shares were climbing sharply as the market for PCs seems to be rebounding.
Defense is fantastic, housing is so-so, timber's weaker. Who can understand this stuff?