|Day Low/High||142.15 / 144.41|
|52 Wk Low/High||126.85 / 152.95|
Traders looking to get involved from the long side should do a little buying today.
Shares of the 107-year-old tech titan are ticking higher on Wednesday.
The media cheer constant bullish moves higher, but market participants may not share that sentiment as they struggle to find prudent ways to put idle cash to work.
Keeping an eye on the Senate shutdown vote and any trade discussion today, and watching key support levels on the SPX.
It's difficult when everything moves in tandem and goes quickly from oversold to overbought.
It's centered around a few themed negatives, all forcing their own various uncertainties into free market price discovery.
The idea that the lows of December could be retested now seems far-fetched.
Do the charts and indicators reflect Jim Cramer's positive outlook? Let's check.
It's time to reconsider Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet/Google in the New Year.
It's likely that investors will be closely watching the U.S.-China trade talks to see if the skies brighten longer term.
I see a lot of winners here because of hindsight.
These names performed well in Q4, but what does the coming year hold, and which ones could run further?
But extreme short-term volatility will produce extreme long-term loss of public trust.
Evidence has been mounting even among the tech giants that stock valuations should be lower based on companies' diminishing growth prospects.
These eight S&P 500 stocks have some of the worst returns year-to-date and represent a diverse roster of promising bounce candidates.
Oracle alleges that the RFP process was unfair and biased towards Amazon, particularly due to the involvement of former Amazon employees in advising the government's procurement process.
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.
Reports of the death of cyclical technology stocks are premature, apparently.
"We are still perceived as just a hardware company and that's not true," Robbiati said.
The real risk for Deutsche shareholders isn't a balance sheet blow-up, it is a continuing fade into oblivion.
Secular demand is sending software stocks like Salesforce cloud-bound.
I tire of hearing that there has been a correction.
There is no magic valuation level that supports high-flying stocks. They are driven by sentiment in both directions.
Attempts to rally have failed, with the data center's supposed weakness at the heart of it.
Alibaba's real investment thesis might be in the cloud.
Things may pick up in the afternoon -- here is how to play it and what sectors to be wary of.
Insiders buy for only one reason -- to make money.
Perhaps it is worth it to remember how fabulous these companies are so we can understand why they can come back.