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The company is gaining momentum from smartphone, automotive and Internet of Things products.
This ballgame will not be like the old ballgame. That's why we wear helmets.
Cramer shares his views on why Donald Trump is pretty much exactly what he was advertised as, and muses on Skyworks Solutions' climb.
Inauguration draws markets' focus: What happens next? In the portfolio, we add to 2 positions and trim a third.
The new president's agenda has been clear from the start, so don't act surprised.
Geopolitical gamesmanship is flaring anew between America and Russia, which spells persistent long-term demand for cybersecurity products.
An optical component boom reveals the changing nature of telecom and IT spending.
The sale represents a haircut from a 2015 fundraising that valued SimpliVity at more than $1 billion.
Security adviser Rudy Giuliani plans to reach out to the private sector for help defending the government from attacks.
Trump's press conference puts a charge into an otherwise flat week. We add a position to the portfolio.
We are keeping with our "buy the bullets, not the guns" strategy.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 12/30/2016 settlement date, and we here at Dividend Channel like to sift through this fresh data and order the underlying components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average by "days to cover." There are a number of ways to look at short data, for example the total number of shares short; but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded. The number of shares short is then compared to the average daily volume, in order to calculate the total number of trading days it would take to close out all of the open short positions if every share traded represented a short position being closed.
The IP router manufacturer faces numerous challenges.
Four more Dow stocks that could theoretically drive the index higher.
These four Dow components (and eight others I'm watching) are nowhere near record highs.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
Shares may not show leadership in lifting the DJIA to a new milestone.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
The annual CES blowout will be more like an auto show in 2017, with carmakers, chipmakers, software developers and others all set to make announcements.
Markets start 2017 on a high note, avoiding the pullbacks that have kicked off recent years.
The autonomous Chrysler Pacifica features technology developed inside Alphabet, but it's unclear how the company will make money on it.
The corporate bond market could be in for a very big year and it's all thanks to supply, demand and President-elect Donald Trump's repatriation plans.
The corporate bond market could be in for a very big year, thanks to supply and demand -- and President-elect Donald Trump's overseas cash repatriation plan.
Apple joins a growing list of U.S. tech companies that have acceded to requests from the Chinese government in order to protect business interests in the country.
Cisco is a 'Dog of the Dow,' which means it pays high dividends. But its stock may not be able to move much higher.
Wearables, the iPhone 7, virtual reality, cybersecurity spending and Twitter all confounded expert predictions this year. So what should investors take away from all this?
Cisco and Pfizer are set to be big winners next year.