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I've heard all of the bearish arguments, but I don't believe them.
This is pretty typical Fed Day action, when traders do some quick trades while they wait.
If Lam doesn't blow the numbers away and say it is still too hard to meet demand, then I think it can get hit.
The bears still believe disaster is right around the corner, but the market doesn't seem very worried.
Elliott Management and other big NXP investors reportedly want the Qualcomm deal renegotiated. Given what has happened over the past seven months, they might just have their way.
Forget FANG -- these three large-cap stocks look ready to lead the tech sector higher as we head towards the summer months.
Now's your chance for PepsiCo, Boeing, P&G and Texas Instruments.
Let's play out what's allowing our markets to fly: Earnings.
The S&P may be treading water, but some of Wall Street's biggest stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory.
Consolidation, strong memory prices and healthy demand from several end-markets continue driving industry profits higher. Some good news is clearly priced in, but maybe not all of it.
TI is well-diversified in the semiconductor space and margin expansion alone should cause the shares to rise.
One in three tech stocks are on track for a triple-digit rally in 2017 -- but not all trades are created equal.
Daily and weekly charts indicate that shares could climb to $123, or higher.
Strong results and guidance from several prominent tech firms yield valuable insights on how different parts of the sector are faring.
The Dow held onto solid gains through the session after slaying its 20,000 milestone at market open.
Jim Cramer breaks down the reasons why four companies are likely to surprise investors with positive earnings news on Tuesday.
After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.
Amid all the pre-inaugural craziness, it's comforting to know market moves aren't random.
Qualcomm is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission for allegedly unfair practices in licensing its technology.
Dividend growers Texas Instruments, Accenture and Medtronic are superior to companies that simply sport high dividend yields, says one portfolio manager.
Jim Cramer looks at semiconductor stocks including Texas Instruments, Broadcom, Analog Devices and Advanced Micro.
They are left-behind, almost forlorn, relatively inexpensive chip stocks.