|Day Low/High||137.73 / 139.91|
|52 Wk Low/High||67.90 / 154.24|
Amid all the pre-inaugural craziness, it's comforting to know market moves aren't random.
Financial stocks should do well this year, despite what fourth-quarter profits show.
Some buyer could make Xilinx part of their team.
These former tech darlings are seeing a serious revival.
Smartphones are now a low-growth market. That's making big mobile chip suppliers willing to use M&A to expand their product lines.
Action may be mixed, but there's a strategy worth considering buried in the numbers.
Strong iPhone sales and a blowout Qualcomm report should pull the shares higher.
Prospective deals are hijacking an earnings-based focus on fundamentals.
The market still looks at them as if they were old-fashioned semiconductor makers.
Selling a loser and then seeing it turn up and become a winner without you happens less than our memory perceives.
The stock needs needs some more sideways/base building and accumulation.
Underwhelming retail sales will likely push out rate hike.
Skyworks and Cirrus both benefit from Apple's market largesse, but they have distinct relationships to the giant from Cupertino.
These stocks show technical characteristics of changing course.
Quarterly results show cellphone sales are better than forecast.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
The S&P 500 clinched a new record high even with a number of factors trying to pull it into the red.
This pullback should come as no surprise to investors of Skyworks Solutions.
Both companies deviate from the earnings norm.
Recovery after a plunge seems to be the pattern for the quarter.
All of these add up to a level of insecurity on the part of sidelined money.
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
U.S. indices are poised to open higher Tuesday as first-quarter GDP was revised and world markets start to stabilize.
MissD_Dallas asked me earlier today how I short stocks. It's an interesting game, but made more complicated by the emotion of the potential for "unlimited losses." We know a few very factual things when observing the market: (1) Trees don't grow to...
These unknown innovation growth names all have very solid underlying growth fundamentals.