|Day Low/High||231.86 / 239.32|
|52 Wk Low/High||184.60 / 329.00|
NetEase.com (Nasdaq:NTES) hit a new 52-week high Thursday as it changed hands at $43.78 compared with its previous 52-week high of $43.66. NetEase.com is currently trading at $43.78 with 637,173 shares changing hands as of 10:16 a.m..
Activision has gamers and Wall Street on its side. If only investors recognized its value.
Two China Internet companies -- Giant Interactive and Sina -- announce earnings after the markets close Tuesday.
These stocks, including Apple and Lululemon, are on the verge of breaking out and could have big upside potential.
The CBOE's put/call ratio fell below 70% for the first time since April and almost every indicator is now at a lower high.
If the market heads higher tomorrow, it is likely to come back down. It won't be oversold until closer to month's end.
Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. and NetEase.
These China ADRs outperformed both domestic and foreign bourses over the past week.
China's ADRs are among a few emerging market ADRs have outperformed domestic and foreign bourses.
Response to the employment figure will determine how it comes about.
A preview of some of the more prominent China stocks that are due to report earnings and that we believe present opportunistic trading ideas for investors.
Monday on optionMONSTER.com: When market makers do a good job of bidding and offering, traders and investors do well and volumes grow.
Heading into early next week, some sort of upswing is likely. Then look for a more significant correction.
Sohu, Shanda and NetEase are among the stocks poised to benefit from China's growing online gaming and entertainment market.
Unless the S&P can recapture 1200 in the next few days, a rally as April turns into May looks likely.
As debate intensifies over financial regulations, keep in mind what happened to health care stocks after reform passed.
In a normal market, corrections are more like hurricanes, but in this one, they are more like tornados.
So it's still a good guess the market will get another downward move sometime in the next few days.
The market can still achieve a "W" pattern, which is indicated by looking beyond the the levels to the moves.
The move down will be just what's needed for a better rally at the end of this month or the beginning of the next.
But after an upswing in the middle of the "W" pattern, expect it to head back down later in the week.
Corrections often look like the letter "W," while tops often resemble a series of "Ms."
It seems there is no such thing right now even though it looked possible earlier this week.
While it remains illusory in indices, it may be seen clearly in many stocks.
The Claymore/AlphaShares China Technology ETF is well positioned to do well in Google's absence in mainland China.
Google's China struggles have brought the Far East's tech sector front and center. Leading the market are compelling stocks like Baidu, Sina and Shanda Interactive.
The trading panel says IBM stock could have a tough time moving higher despite its solid earnings and outlook.
The GlobalX China Industrials ETF stakes its fortune on the buildup of modern China.
Guests include Eric Marshall, portfolio manager for the Hodges Small Cap fund, David Peltier, TheStreet.com's Stocks Under $10 portfolio manager and Deborah Norville, author of "The Power of Respect".
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