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Jim discusses our JPMorgan trim this morning, our semiconductors (Lam Research and Nvidia), Facebook's upcoming cryptocurrency initiative, and more!
We want to ensure we have ample cash to buy back stocks we like even more on a potential selloff.
Broadcom's Huawei mess is at the heart of Trump's disregard for what happens to American businesses.
Jim discusses Mastercard, an analyst price target bump on Disney, and more!
Bottom line is that we still hold a positive view on LRCX.
Jim Cramer says spotting the bottom is really tough; and if you're too early, you'll get hit hard.
FedEx's rise on bad news and Facebook's fall on the same are two examples of how it's hard to figure out when enough's enough.
Stocks end lower as Wall Street worries about a U.S.-China trade agreement in the near term.
Chip stocks in general are selling off following a downgrade that's arguably only bad news for certain parts of the sector.
Lam Research lead semiconductor stocks lower Wednesday after analysts at Evercore ISI cut their target price on the stock and warned that a global recovery in chip memory demand could be delayed until late next year.
This softness in energy pricing, though not good for the oil patch, and certainly a negative for the railroads, will help in two ways.
We initiated a new position in Mastercard and made several ratings and price target changes.
We are adding to our Lam Research position.
Jim gives his view on an analyst take that Cisco is a "relative safe haven in this macro backdrop," he provides thoughts on Palo Alto Networks, he discusses Viacom, and much more!
Stocks falter on realization that trade war between U.S. and China is about more than soybeans.
Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 index, we saw noteworthy options trading volume today in Lam Research Corp , where a total of 12,474 contracts have traded so far, representing approximately 1.2 million underlying shares. That amounts to about 62.1% of LRCX's average daily trading volume over the past month of 2.0 million shares.
Like other chip equipment makers, Applied is slogging through a rough 2019. But it outlined a case for better 2020 demand.
Jim Cramer says this market is influenced by tariffs and trade talks -- with the Federal Reserve and the economy playing second fiddle.
Jim Cramer takes a look at Applied Materials, HP, Lam Research, Schlumberger, PBF Energy, Targa Resources, Mallinckrodt and more.
Now that our cash levels are even more flushed than before, we believe we have prudently acted for the uncertainty we face this week.
Following a big rally in recent months, KLA's shares are lower Tuesday after the company maintained a cautious view of near-term chip equipment demand.
There is room here to take even more off the table and lock in some of the big gains.
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