Technical analysis of the semiconductor sector via the ETFs SOXX & XSD as well as a handful of the leading semiconductor stocks.
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.
The semiconductor sector is approaching the key primary uptrend line support following the recent divergent high. The sector still looks poised for a significant correction with a sell signal to come on a break & close below these respective trendlines on the following three semiconductor ETFs; SOXX, SMH & XSD. Additional confirmation for [...]
Analysis of the semiconductor sector via the ETFs; SOXX, SMH & XSD along with TSM. Also discussed are some general considerations & strategies when swing trading or investing. The video playback speed can be increased via the settings icon at the bottom right to reduce playback time. I've also inserted static images of the charts [...]
This video provides analysis of the semiconductor sector via $SOXX (PHLX Semiconductor Index) & the 3 major semiconductor ETFs: SOXX, SMH & XSD. Also discussed are the pros & cons of trading the 3x leveraged ETFs, including SOXL & SOXS. The factors affecting the performance of leveraged ETFs when held for extended periods of time, [...]
An overview of some of the recent significant technical developments in the major stock indices as well as a few sectors & individual stocks that stand out as attractive trading opportunities at this time. Also discussed are the pitfalls of becoming complacent after a period of unusually low volatility & benefits of being prepared at [...]
As a follow-up to the recent update on the SOXX / SOXS Active Short Trade, highlighting the objective short entry or add-on to that position as SOXX is currently backtesting the recently broken primary uptrend line from below, here's a few leading semiconductors stocks that help to support my case that the semiconductors are most [...]