Technical analysis of the semiconductor sector via SOXX & the leading semiconductors stocks as well as the leading chip equipment & materials stocks providing both the near-term as well as the longer-term outlook for the sector as well as the leading semiconductor stocks. The following ETF & stocks are covered in this order: SOXX, ASML, AMAT, LRCX, KLAC, OLED, IPGP, TER, TSM, INTC, NVDA, TXN, QCOM & AVGO.
Technical analysis of the semiconductor sector via ETFs and several leading semiconductor stocks providing the near-term & longer-term outlook for the sector. Playback speed can be increased in the settings (1.25x or 1.5x) to reduce the duration of the video
Technical analysis of the semiconductor sector via the ETFs SOXX & XSD as well as a handful of the leading semiconductor stocks.
Technical analysis on the Nasdaq 100, including the market leading FAAMG stocks, followed by analysis on the semiconductor sector via SOXX, INTC & NVDA.
Technical analysis of the semiconductor sector via SOXX (iShares PHLX SOX Semiconductor Sector ETF) and several of the leading semiconductors stocks. This video starts with an overview of SOXX followed by the following leading semiconductor stocks; INTC, TSM, NVDA, AVGO, QCOM & TXN.
Today will most likely see the markets trade in somewhat of a holding pattern as investors & traders alike await a slew of earnings reports from several market moving stocks. Three of the five FAAMG stocks; AMZN (Amzon), MSFT (Microsoft) & GOOG/GOOGL (Alphabet) will report earnings & provide forward guidance after the close of trading today along with two other top 10, over-weighted components of the Nasdaq 100; INTC (Intel) & AMGN (AMGN), the 12th largest component & a major player in the biotech sector, AMGN (Amgen). There's not much to add that wasn't covered yesterday: Both SPY & QQQ fell [...]
Over the years I've found that when a stock has a clearly bullish or bearish technical posture heading into earnings, the next trend in the stock is often (although not always) indicated by the charts whereas holding a stock without clearly bullish or bearish technicals is a crap shoot. In the case of INTC (Intel Corp.), which is scheduled to report earnings after the market close tomorrow (along with 4 other of the largest components of the Nasdaq 100; AMZN, MSFT, GOOG & GILD), the charts indicate that the odds favor a correction down to any or all of the support [...]