Here's what you need to know for Friday, Feb. 9.
Nvidia longs need to watch the broad market for signals.
Uber will pay Waymo the money while also promising not to include the company's technology in its own self-driving cars.
Qualcomm heads into its March 6 annual meeting with a hostile bid from Broadcom and an $82 share price -- a level its shareholders haven't see for years.
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The chipmaker's shares were up sharply after easily beating analyst earnings estimates for the fourth quarter.
Job cuts and better ad execution helped Twitter beat estimates. But user growth was disappointing given recent changes.
The Dow was down nearly 400 points as volatility continued to be the word on Wall Street.
Even during Monday's flash crash, Nvidia's rising trend line was tested, but ultimately held on the chart.
The free market is going to take back control of interest rates.
Nvidia has shot up, making its current level a bad entry point.
The Dow pared some of its gains.
Take off the wristband and rip up the ticket that got you in. It's no longer valid.
If you're looking for the best margin protection and the best peak-to-trough performance, technology stocks are historically your best bet.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, Feb. 6.