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Broadcom is falling on Friday despite beating on earnings estimates. Here's the level it needs to hold now.
A quiet week offered a chance to get ready for volatility around the FOMC meeting and G-20 summit later this month.
Jim discusses our JPMorgan trim this morning, our semiconductors (Lam Research and Nvidia), Facebook's upcoming cryptocurrency initiative, and more!
Jim Cramer on what Broadcom CEO Hock Tan was mistaken about.
Broadcom's earnings report on Thursday cited a slowdown in demand as the trade war between the U.S. and China heats up.
Though Broadcom's report did have a couple of bright spots, a $2 billion revenue guidance cut for its the company's chip segment has led its shares -- and those of many peers -- to sell off.
We want to ensure we have ample cash to buy back stocks we like even more on a potential selloff.
U.S. stock futures decline amid tensions in the Middle East arising from the attack on two tankers in the Strait of Hormuz and weak data from China; Broadcom sinks after the chipmaker said it sees a slowdown in demand; shares of Chewy.com, an online retailer of pet food and supplies, are priced at $22 each; the Toronto Raptors win their first NBA title.
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!
While AMD appears well-positioned to gain share in the desktop and server CPU markets, its latest gaming GPUs might not take a lot of share from rival Nvidia offerings.
Jim Cramer says froth is the enemy of the bull, and the trajectory of Beyond Meat is daunting to those who fear a toppy market.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Cigna, Roku, Callaway Golf, The Blackstone Group, Activision Blizzard and more.
News about Microsoft and Nvidia, today's M&A activity, and Amazon.
Curious about Zoom's earnings? Here's what Jim Cramer liked about the call.
Jim discusses this morning's job number and his interview with White House Council of Economic Advisers Kevin Hassett, Five Below's quarter from the other night, and much more!
Nvidia and its high-performance chips play a role in enabling the technologies of the future.
Analysts say the 'table is set well for 2020 and there are positive near-term catalysts' for the chipmaker's stock.
If spun off, Waymo would offer a significant challenge to Tesla's ambitious self-driving efforts.
Advanced Micro Devices trades higher after the chipmaker says it signed a deal in which Samsung will licence AMD graphics IP.
We're increasing our positions in Goldman Sachs and Nvidia.
Despite generally upbeat economic signs, can we be sure some weak tech reports don't point to a looming slowdown in tech buying more broadly?
Despite hearing notions that autonomous vehicles are still years off, the idea of smart cars, entertainment consoles, and cybersecurity for cars is growing.
A chip industry peer might see strategic value in Cypress' Wi-Fi and microcontroller assets, and be willing to brave an uncertain trade and regulatory environment to make a bid.
The three chipmakers, AMD, Intel, and Nvidia, each have their own strengths and weaknesses in different parts of the semiconductor market. Here's what to look for from them in the coming months.
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