A group of once high-flying tech names could be set to break out once more, 15 years after they played a starring role in the tech bubble.» Read More
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Good morning all. Serge Amelyan maintains his lead for the second day running, and Parker Robinson holds 2nd place--as both gain substantially with the top trade of the day on Linear Technology. It was was up 12.20% Wednesday on strong earnings. AND Serge is the first contestant to break the $3M mark with a total portfolio value of $3,236,223.05 up $351,671.04 from Tuesday's total on the sale of Linear Technology.
The Dow closed at a new record as blue chip stocks were boosted by upside earnings reports, but stocks ended mixed after two notable tech names disappointed investors. JP Morgan Chase added positive momentum to the financial sector, closing at a new high after the bank reported first-quarter earnings growth of 55%.
Good morning. There's a new name on top of the contest leaderboard. Serge Amelyan makes a big move from 7th place to the top spot ahead of Parker Robinson--but by only $28K. They are both banking on Linear Tech, their only holding, although Parker is only holding 20,000 shares and remains mostly in cash while Serge is all-in with 89,712 shares.
And you thought with last week's earnings warning from Advanced Micro Devices and the mixed financial bag from National Semiconductor that we'd be done with chips for awhile.