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Investors should wait and be cautious before they jump into the markets—we still have a lot of headwind against us, said Dave Rovelli, managing director at Canaccord Adams.
Much better-than-expected jobs numbers drew little more than a collective yawn from Wall Street on Friday, and some market experts think that could actually be a good thing.
A viewer tweets, “Is Tuesday's spike in the S&P 500 just a spike or the beginning of a new rally?”
The tech sector rally is going to continue and investors should jump in right now, said Chris Armbruster of Al Frank Asset Management and Jon Fisher of Fifth Third Asset Management.
Been a while since we've seen some weakness in techs-Juniper and Broadcom down 8 percent, Dell down 7, Hewlett down 5, RIMM down 6, Apple down 3.
With Apple and Ebay's better than expected earnings yesterday, many are looking to Microsoft, which is scheduled to report after the bell today, as a barometer for the rest of the tech sector. Here are the results of a stock screen looking for beaten down techs companies that analysts expect to grow at a fast clip in the year ahead.
IBM will have more merger opportunities that will help improve competition, said Peter Misek, technology analyst at Canaccord Adams.
Investors are eager to hear quarterly results from Cisco, Wednesday after the bell. Will the tech titan validate the recent strength in sector?
The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Monday as uncertainty about the Obama administration's plan to stem bank losses dragged down financial shares.
Stocks are on their longest winning streak since November, and the question is how quickly will investors decide to sell the rally.
After Verizon surprised the Street with fewer than expected wireless customers, what’s the wireless trade going forward?
The bulls outweigh the bears on options trading for Cisco Systems, a day before the networking company is to unveil new consumer products and initiatives at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
For several components of the tech sector, Wall Street analysts believe 2009 will be a year of transition. The first half will be painful, the second half slightly better, but the real recovery won’t occur until 2010.Here's the outlook for four key sectors.
The Fast Money Four take a look at Electronic Arts in afterhours trading, the Apple rumor of iPhones being sold at Wal-Mart and the effect of President-elect Barack Obama's infrastructure plans on tech stocks.
As we await the fate of Washington Mutual, the pipeline of troubled institutions is filling up. I mentioned Audit Integrity earlier this week in a post on Downey Financial, and later the firm reached out to me to explain that it considers Downey very risky from an accounting and governance perspective.
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Tech stocks broke out ahead of Dell’s new product roll out on Tuesday. Will new gadgets help Dell recapture some of the old magic?