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These names are displaying technical deterioration.
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.
The vaccine rollout has been bungled and the nation's in crisis, but you can either dwell on the negativity or look to ingenuity and opportunity. Here's where I see the latter.
If all goes well, JNJ could be able to immunize a billion individuals this year just by themselves.
Plus, a preview of the coming Consumer Electronics Show and quick news hits on Micron and Boeing.
Can we trust MU this time? Is it too late to hop on board?
In 2021, let's support each other as we fight our way out of this mess. Let's learn how to love, and forget how to hate.
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.
I have maintained a core long position in MSFT for quite some time. The plan? Let's take a look.
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.
RealMoney's Eric Jhonsa reviews which of his 2020 tech predictions did and didn't pan out.
Xiaomi last quarter replaced Apple as the world's No. 3 smartphone seller, but mostly it wants to eat Huawei Technologies' lunch.
We look at several internet-related names and see solid dividends ahead for Broadcom.
The M1 strengthens the competitiveness of the low end of Apple's Mac's lineup. But fully transitioning away from Intel CPUs will still take time.
Based on what has been disclosed and reported to date, Intel seems to be dealing with some difficult technical tradeoffs as it launches 10nm PC and server CPUs.
Smart Global Holdings and Leaf Group have seen purchases of their shares by people in the know.
While Intel stumbled, other major chip developers and manufacturers have been generally upbeat amid strong end-market demand. And M&A activity is on the upswing again.
If you don't know Lisa Su by now I am tempted to say don't embarrass yourself, she may be the foremost executive of our time.
AMD reports great Q3 results, and what their acquisition of Xilinx means.
While a lot of cloud-related enterprise tech spending still looks healthy, on-premise hardware and software spend is getting stung by both secular trends and macro pressures.
Market winners and losers, Intel loses its touch and a high-risk/ high-reward scenario for two major ETFs.
For now, investors will either have to find some place else for their money or be patient.