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It shows you can miss money by being too gloomy, and breaks the pattern of stocks sliding on good news.
The market is ignoring this good data point and letting the sector languish further.
The company more than beats expectations as the weak dollar fuels strong European sales.
We now have organizations that are not only too big to fail, but regulators who don't hold them accountable.
We now have organizations that are not only too big to fail, but regulators who don't want to hold them accountable.
Analysts can tout Intel all they want, but PC makers still see no sign of demand increasing.
And it looks like the stock speculators are at it again -- as they always have been.
The hardware and software supplier's sub-estimate guidance doesn't bode well for an uptick in tech.
A year after the merger, the tech giant's shares lag as the market worries about whether revenue will grow.
The PC giant is expected to show considerable growth. But is it worth the multiple?
Politicians say short-selling hurts companies. This is neither true nor possible.
Tech stocks look like shorts, but war talk has a way of inducing belief in a recovery.
As rhetoric heats up, nervous companies may cut back further on information technology spending.
Our system cries out for these reforms, but we're not likely to get them soon.
Despite the positive signs, sector investors still have two things to worry about.
Alan notes that the laws of market physics haven't been repealed yet, so be wary of a pullback.
For traders, it doesn't matter; play the trade you see in front of you. Also, three shorts and one long.
This sector seemed rosy until IM's stubbornly downbeat call made JJC question his sanguine view.
Look out tomorrow for triple witching and the CPI, which may hold the key to whether the Fed cuts by 50 basis points or 25.
The computer reseller said sales and earnings would fall well short of analysts' expectations.
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