Shares have been drifting lower, removing gains from buying NXP.
Integrated Device Technology stock is down 20% in 2016. Investors are wondering what to do.
HP Inc. shares were slumping after saying it will book at least $350 million in charges tied in part to cutting up to 4,000 jobs.
The best performer in the semiconductor space may be a short candidate.
Its competitors are years behind in this technology race.
Stocks wavered after the Federal Reserve's September meeting minutes showed a "reasonable argument" for both an interest rate hike and no change at all.
Investors are jittery worrying about the Federal Reserve's next move and volatile energy prices. Consider these companies a flight to quality.
Digital-graphics wizard Nvidia has been a hot stock, but it is time to take profits.
Inphi is up 61% this year, driven by strong demand for its optical interconnect products.
F5 Networks' stock is up 29% this year. But with growth slowing, it may not be such a safe bet.
Over the last eight years, Microchip Technology has been on an acquisition spree. Now the stock is up 36% year to date. Investors are pondering what to do.
The end of the Lam, KLA deal suggests semiconductor deals will get smaller fast.
Goldman sees some big problems at the carmaker, and investors should be concerned, Cramer says.
From Allergan to Starbucks, these names look promising to TheStreet's Jack Mohr.
With over 1100% year-over-year earnings growth projections for 2017, Micron has a consensus buy rating and average price target of $20. That seems too conservative.