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With 90% of global assets now in negative territory for the year, only a dovish Fed or some agreement on trade can bring back the bull run.
Many tech companies that were seen as bulletproof a couple months ago have seen their valuations fall considerably.
The good news is that eventually this action is going to lead to some great opportunities.
Tech stocks were sliding in early trading Tuesday, continuing Monday's slump.
U.S. listed tech stocks extended their slump Tuesday, with each of the so-called FAANG names sliding into bear market territory after giving back nearly $1 trillion in value from their recent peaks amid persistent concerns over consumer demand, U.S.-China trade talks and rising interest rates.
Global stocks extended declines Wednesday, with tech and auto sector shares leading to the downside, as investors exited risk markets all over the world amid persistent signals of slowing economic growth and questions of the fate of U.S. China trade talks.
Only time will tell if we're near a bottom. However, the latest tech rout has been different in some notable ways from the ones seen in October.
Attempts to rally have failed, with the data center's supposed weakness at the heart of it.
FAANG stocks are sliding into bear market territory, retail earnings dominate today's corporate calendar, housing starts and building permits will test US rate hike bets, Boston Scientific makes $4.2 billion U.K. play and Carlos Ghosn could be left by the roadside - Five Things You Must Know Before the Bell.
We bought today what the market sold the hardest such as high-multiple cloud/software technology stocks like Salesforce.com and Palo Alto Networks.
We are all struggling to figure out when this rout ends.
While the market may close higher 3 out of every 4 weeks of Thanksgiving, it also closes lower 1 of every 4.
Volatility in the Nasdaq 100 continues to spill over into everything else.
Jim discusses how the Nvidia psychology affected tech stocks, the change in leadership at Google Cloud, and much more!
I am going to show you the easiest way to reduce net basis upon entry.
Our confidence that the company will reach its fiscal year 2022 revenue target gives us plenty of conviction to buy on this pullback.
In many cases, chip buyers appear to be ordering cautiously due to macro and trade worries. That's likely to change if those worries lift.
In a market downturn, investors will need to be selective in the sector.
Nvidia missed badly. Jim Cramer got it right. Now Wall Street is bringing down valuations on the chipmaker.
Nvidia shares dropped by nearly 20% on Friday.
The Dow ended higher Friday after President Trump made dovish comments on the trade war with China.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Micron Technology Inc. drop in sympathy with Nvidia's shares after shock of quarterly miss.
Jim Cramer breaks down how he knew Nvidia would miss the quarter.
To keep pace with the likes of Softbank Group Corp., venture capitalists are figuring out ways to compete on factors other than just capital, including giving founders more control and staying hands-on when needed.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Visa, Wynn Resorts, Target, Opko Health, Bed Bath and Beyond.
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