|Day Low/High||82.67 / 87.29|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.43 / 86.98|
In spite of the market's epic plunge, a lot of well-known tech names are still comfortably above their 52-week lows.
In the 2nd of a 3-part series, Jim Cramer goes through all 30 Dow stocks to evaluate what is safe to buy and what you should sell or avoid (like the plague).
While announcing yet another deal to provide CPUs and GPUs for a giant DOE supercomputer, AMD shared a few things about its product roadmap.
After this past week of market insanity, let's explore Micron Technology, Advanced Micro Devices, Atlassian and Energy Select Sector SPDR.
The chip giant's newest Xeon server CPUs are often more than 20% cheaper on a per-core basis than comparable chips launched in 2019, and also pack other improvements.
Advanced Micro Devices and Micron Technology are worth tracking as they give back some ground within larger bullish patterns.
Here are a number of things that I'm watching now.
While some 'pruning' can be necessary, Thursday was a strange day to get clipped.
There's too much upside, not enough downside, so the selling, which should have begun, just hasn't happened.
The firm's forward guidance is both positive and thoughtful.
Pre-market futures are continuing to point to an up opening in less than an hour. Investors continue to watch Q4 results hit the wires in a furious manner. Here are a couple that caught my eye. Expedia is up over 10% in pre-market trading after pos...
At least days like today, when we're told the coronavirus has 'peaked,' show us exactly where the coiled springs really are.
This rally has been industry, not sector led, and it is all based on technology, whether or not market leaders reside within the Tech sector or not.
As the Wuhan coronavirus shakes up the global economy and growth outlook for China, there seems to be only one theme that's resonating right now.
How will Chinese demand for goods and services as well as dramatically reduced Chinese production impact U.S. corporate performance?
It's no secret that the Fed would like to get out of the short-term repo business.
With AMD's stock having blasted off over the last 12 months, investors were looking for full-year guidance that was much better than what analysts were projecting, rather than just a little better.
I am saying point blank that neither Starbucks nor Advanced Micro Devices is priced for the future. But they will adjust.
There is no political will on either side of the aisle to address ever expanding deficits.
This coronavirus remains a China-centric problem? People are not yet dying in other countries. Do we have to worry here? That's the wrong question.
What you want to know is if it is too late to buy Intel? I would not buy the name today, that's for sure.
How does one approach these markets? How does one interpret what they see before them?
TSMC issued a strong Q1 sales outlook amid heavy demand for its most advanced manufacturing processes. And it shared a capex budget that has given a boost to chip equipment stocks.
There are gains on real news like Morgan Stanley's, and the other rotten-tomato variety. I don't want recommendations based on intellectual vacations.
Intel CPU shortages and the end of a business PC upgrade cycle are both likely to weigh on near-term PC demand.
I am not selling any more Apple based on my price targets. I will sell more Apple when the chart turns.
What feeds this force and how -- and when is it good vs. suspect?