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|Day's Range||106.14 - 107.74|
|52 Week Range||80.92 - 114.55|
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Warren Buffett discussses Berkshire Hathaway's investment in TTI, a specialty distributor of electronic components.
After seven straight weeks of gains, chip stocks are getting crushed. That weakness has one technician looking for strength elsewhere.
Broadcom shares haven’t acted very well as the rest of the semiconductor space surge. That may be about to change, according to Boris Schlossberg.
Semiconductors were among sector funds advancing Wednesday as Analog Devices reversed to a 2% gain after a beat-and-raise earnings report.
Micron Technology (MU) stock rose 8.9% to close at $51.82 last week (ended May 11). Micron stock has returned 79% in the last 12 months and 2.7% in the last month. It rose 88% in 2017. Micron is trading 93% above its 52-week low of $26.85 and 18% below its 52-week high of $63.42. Peer semiconductor (SMH) companies Intel (INTC), Analog Devices (ADI), and Texas Instruments have returned 3.6%, 2.6%, and 4.4%, respectively, in the last week.
The once-hot chip stocks have sunk from the highs, and one trader says it's a make-or-break week for the group as Nvidia gets ready to report earnings.
The 163,000 jobs created in April was just a tad below the 195,000 expected, and not too strong to allow bears to claim the Fed was going to get more aggressive raising rates. Global growth is not slowing dramatically, first quarter GDP weakness in the U.S. is typical, inflation is under control and earnings growth is continuing. Bulls have regained some control of the narrative — for the moment.
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Semiconductor stocks are breaking down after posting their best year since the financial crisis, and this has negative implications for the broader technology sector.
Chipmaker stocks step into the earnings limelight this week, but one market watcher says to temper expectations of a major rally.
The FANG stocks have said goodbye to roughly $88 billion in market cap this week. One strategist has a game plan for how to trade the acronym in case of more downside.
Semiconductor stocks like Nvidia NVDA , Applied Materials AMAT and Micron MU were synonymous with stellar gains last year amid strong demand and the cryptocurrency frenzy. Mark Tepper, president and CEO at Strategic Wealth Partners, gives the group an underweight position.
Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) missed and warned today. They lowered 2Q revenue guidance to $7.8-$7.9 billion. The street was at $8.82 billion. They blamed it on smart phone slowing. Mizuho securities also warned today that Apple’s (AAPL) forward guide would have to come down as well.
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Shares of semiconductor (SMH) company NVIDIA (NVDA) rose 8% in the week that ended on April 13, 2018, to close at $231.5. NVIDIA shares have generated returns of 142% in the last 12 months and -6.5% in the last month after rising 82% in 2017.