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The issue is that we do not have any individual buyers to speak of.
This tech rout is real and the dollar amounts of shareholder value that have been destroyed are spectacular.
You can sense that there is a belief that stocks simply shouldn't be worth as much as they are.
Thursday's stock market rout is just another reminder that flat yield curves and equity investing do not mix.
Remember, though, playing defense is very different than leaving the stadium altogether.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is adamant that his company will retain the lead on database technology against Amazon.
As the market has encountered a bit of volatility and tech stocks began to falter overall, many cloud companies have outpaced the market on the way down.
Look for the big-cap stocks that only come in on tough days -- and take advantage of their weakness at the open.
Amid the recent pullback you should be asking pointed questions.
The renewed investment accelerates the company's commitment to industrial internet of things technology.
There is simply a paucity of places for advertisers to go to get the word out -- and that plays in FB's favor.
The social media giant has begun showing search ads to some North American users. It's not hard to see the long-term revenue potential -- even if Google shouldn't be too worried.
There are some solid individual names in tech, but traders must be selective.
It is now time, after the recent fall, to consider the current risks still associated with holding AAPL's shares.
* Apple's iPhone is in the crossfire of the trade dispute with China * Apple's share price, despite the imprimatur of Warren Buffett and the recent fall from grace, may still be vulnerable In this morning's opening missive, I remarked that the Apple...
The Menlo Park, California-based social media giant slid 1.58% on the day to $137.42 per share, far below the company's near $220 highs less than five months ago.
Something important of note that does not seem to be getting a lot of air time in the media is threat of the fabled 'death cross'.
For the month of November RMPIA climbed 1.2% month over month.
What to buy and what to trim on the 90-day extension on trade talks.
This was not a suspension of the trade war, merely a suspension in the escalation of it.
Among other things, the software giant's performance in recent years drives home the importance of good leadership and the long-term value of "legacy" platforms.
Amazon Web Services has used this week's re:Invent conference to unveil dozens of new offerings. It has also taken shots at rivals along the way.
Now, though, we have the G-20 and this is a much tougher one.
The iPhone maker faces multiple risks that go well beyond how it finds itself in the crossfire of President Trump's trade war with China.
* Apple's iPhone is in the crossfire of the trade dispute with China * Apple's share price, despite the imprimatur of Warren Buffett and the recent fall from grace, may still be vulnerable * I have sold my trading rental in Apple for a loss Surprise...
Shares of the Seattle-based e-commerce giant shot upward on Monday.
Analysts along Wall Street and beyond are optimistic that the behemoth is ready to rally for the longer term.
'Bottom line, AWS is likely to remain a bright spot within the broad Amazon product portfolio from both a revenue growth and profitability perspective during a cloud-first era.'