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Powerwave Technologies tumbles after slashing its revenue projection.
Traders have once again built up expectations for a Fed pause, but the data say otherwise.
PeopleSupport and Altiris post stronger-than-expected second-quarter results.
Comverse Technologies slides after it delays filing its quarterly report due to an options probe.
Cramer issues a triple buy on the restaurant chain, and loads up at the Olive Garden salad bar.
Cramer likes the Utah company, and would like it even more at 32.
Cramer tells callers not to give up on the delivery company and how to play pullbacks.
A one-day rally in this beaten-down group could be just on short-covering.
Liked it at $14, love it at $10? Not when it's so dependent on such fickle (and so few) customers.
That keeps pushing us up, which attracts more cautiously optimistic bulls.
This group has gotten so overextended, it's taking only one loose thread to come apart.
Several companies cut their first-quarter outlooks, including Powerwave and Check Point.
The 20-month moving average slices intellectual hubris. Also, Citrix and Powerwave.
Even with Thursday's wave of selling, the Arms Index points to too much complacency.
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