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Samsung's smartphone recall could eventually hit semiconductor suppliers like Lam Research, KLA-Tencor and Applied Materials, says Jim Cramer.
The best performer in the semiconductor space may be a short candidate.
Tradebird users weigh in with their opinions on different stocks, indices and assets. Sentiment is turning bullish on Twitter (TWTR), but Applied Materials (AMAT) doesn't seem to garner much optimism.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Applied Materials, Inc. is the #16 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity.
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.
Applied Materials (AMAT) was removed from Goldman's 'conviction buy' list today.
Manufacturing and consumer confidence data have all recovered from the August slowdown.
Bearish signals surface for Applied Materials, Lam Research and KLA-Tencor.
Cramer says Applied Materials shouldn't be down and he's turning his back on Nordic American Tanker.
Investors hate uncertainty, Cramer says, but uncertainty creates bargains.
Pacific Crest hiked Applied Materials' (AMAT) stock price target to $35, citing its 'strong' pipeline of new products.
Applied Materials (AMAT) CEO Gary Dickerson detailed several new products that the company is exploring, partly as a result of additional R&D spending.
Applied Materials' (AMAT) stock price target was upped at Citigroup on Monday ahead of the company's September 21 investor day.
AMAT has had a good run, but the charts are showing a bearish divergence.
This is not the time to sell in a panic, Cramer says.
These are my top fall-and-rise stories for the 10 days leading up to and immediately following next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
Fiber-optics maker's shares are up some 270% since May's IPO.
Micron and Western Digital rallied on HP remarks about component shortages. Those remarks also suggest the iPhone 7 will provide a storage boost.
There's nothing boring about George Soros' investing -- at least not for those who follow his stock picks each quarter.
The indices, while solidly positive, closed at the intraday lows. That is highly unusual in this market.