|Day Low/High||28.96 / 29.98|
|52 Wk Low/High||9.31 / 20.57|
A break below $29.50 and $29 is likely to precipitate further declines.
Seagate appears to be losing share in a key hard drive segment, and is paying a price for its limited flash memory exposure.
If Lam doesn't blow the numbers away and say it is still too hard to meet demand, then I think it can get hit.
Apple in focus, as always.
Just short-term weakness or more to come?
Research firm Arthur Woods concluded that Micron's 'June waferstarts continued to push capacity with negligible m/m variation.'
Before the FANG stocks, there was the Power Five.
The Dutch chip equipment giant is seeing very strong demand from memory makers in the middle of a boom cycle.
PC sales slumped last quarter as manufacturers passed on higher DRAM and flash memory prices to their customers.
The chip manufacturing giant's outlook backs up reports of iPhone 8 production delays. But investors aren't worried.
Mobile devices accounted for less than half of Samsung's revenue last quarter. Other parts of its business also seem to be doing well.
This number proves how well semiconductor stocks are doing in 2017.
Healthcare, defense and banking are among the sectors making up for the collapse in the retail and auto industries.
Transitioning from an uptrend to heading sideways.
You have a bit of a hodge-podge of low-multiple winners and higher multiple companies with fairly certain earnings prospects.
The company denied a report that there was a major malfunction and said its business wasn't impacted.
It was a mixed month for Wall Street.
A mixed month for Wall Street after a sharp tech pullback.
What Micron's earnings really said.
It looks as though traders already are eyeing the exits for the long holiday break.