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KLA-Tencor, Microsoft and Intel all report earnings after the close Thursday.
The charts suggest that this bounce can not be trusted to last.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open with modest gains on Thursday; Facebook posts a blowout quarter; Amazon and Microsoft to report earnings; Ford is no longer a car company.
AMD is set to open at a one-month high Thursday after swinging into profit for the first quarter and issuing a robust outlook for its gaming and cryptocurrency mining chips.
Good response to earnings reports usually doesn't last long in this environment.
Alibaba is looking to test level 4 autonomous driving.
The volatility is preventing any meaningful buys so far.
I suspect to see some positive positioning in front of tonight's reports.
In addition to revenue and EPS figures, keep an eye on the growth rates turned in by various businesses.
The skyrocketing spending on data centers has a lot to do with short-term needs as well as long-term opportunities. Chip and hardware suppliers can't complain.
There are the names I would look to play off the Google results rather than Google itself.
Forward looking valuations, except for Nvidia, are very low.
Though margin and spending concerns are once more weighing on the search giant's shares, its latest earnings report suggests top-line momentum remains very strong.
Here are a few of my better ideas heading into earnings reports.
One firm estimates that 8 million cars with level 3 or higher autonomous driving capabilities will be sold in 2025. Will it prove too conservative?
Semiconductor stocks have lost some of their luster this week.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at Intel, Twitter and streaming media.
The threat of trade war retaliations puts a damper on buying ahead of the weekend.
Jim Cramer considers whether Cisco, Juniper and Intel could suffer in the regulatory battles with China.
There's a big hate on hardware and I don't see what's going to change that.
Interest rates, inflation and bonds all add up, says Jim Cramer. And now, the trade war with China's getting ugly.
Stocks on Wall Street declined Thursday amid a host of earnings reports.
Latest salvo in China trade war damages tech while higher rates and oil undercut consumer goods and housing.
Is this is a major turning point or just another hiccup in a market that has had quite a few of them recently?
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