With the shifting of market fortunes over the past year, we’ve seen a major rotation. Growth stocks are out. Meanwhile, investors have gravitated to value and dividend stocks. That’s an entirely logical reaction, as these sorts of stocks tend to hold up better during bear markets and recessions. However, the rush of money into these…

Corsair (NASDAQ:CRSR) has some two tough headwinds to overcome. First, CRSR stock is a former meme stock carried on a ride by Reddit’s WallStreetBets earlier this year. At the time though, Corsair had strong fundamentals to justify the rally. For much of the year, Corsair has lost momentum. Source: WDphotography / Shutterstock.com Corsair staged one more…

Ahead of Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC) recently posted third-quarter results, the stock rallied, in accordance with its tradition. INTC stock rose steadily from $52 to $56 ahead of its earnings, only to plunge and close below $50 after the results were released. Source: Kate Krav-Rude / Shutterstock.com Why did investors bet that Intel would beat analysts’ average…

When the Nasdaq touched all-time highs recently, investors neglected a few companies that trade on the exchange. Tech stocks that were left behind and trading closer to 52-week lows are on sale for a reason. When markets are still hot and reliant on trading momentum, few will bother to look at out-of-favor shares. Some of…

To make a comparison to football, IBM (NYSE:IBM) is the Dallas Cowboys of technology. How do I mean? Well, both IBM and the Cowboys are overrated. They haven’t won a title in a quarter century and they’re not going to do it this year. Their system is stale, yet somehow they still have fans. All…

The semiconductor chip shortage that’s been frustrating a wide swath of businesses around the globe — from automakers to household electronics manufacturers to video game makers — may soon diminish. Source: Shutterstock In fact, the world is likely in the deepest part of the shortage right now, according to industry analysts at The Goldman Sachs…