$96.20 0.52 (0.54%)
19:28 EDT XLNX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $96.20
Market Cap 24.23B
PE Ratio 48.34
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.19M
Day's Range 95.81 - 98.17
52-Week Range 67.68 - 133.00
Dividend & Yield 1.43 (1.49%)
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The volatile semiconductor industry is showing favoritism and concern on the price charts, setting up today’s investors to buy and short semi stocks for big-time profits.
Apple, AMD, Xilinx and AT&T were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's look at the charts and get an idea of what's unfolding.
Even the slowing U.S. economy won’t slow these seven semiconductor stocks down. Mark these as your key semiconductor stocks to buy.
Uber, Netflix, Xilinx and Advanced Micro Devices were our top stock trades from Friday. Let's take a look at the charts.
Big Tech stocks are starting to swallow the niche players. These five tech stocks could next on the M&A list.
The U.S. chipmaker Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ:XLNX) has started making higher lows, and a put write is an excellent way to collect some extra premium while investors are optimistic about U.S.-China trade.
Stocks were quiet ahead of the start of earnings season, but big names will report soon. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Stock charts of XLNX, NSC and IQV are each knocking on the door of what could turn into a trade-worthy move.
Stock trades to watch for Thursday include WMT, LOW, BABA, XLNX, and Bitcoin. Not all stocks will rise but there are positions to set up.
The stock charts of Xilinx, News Corp and Gilead Sciences merit closer inspection as the new trading week gets going.
Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet report earnings in the next two days, but a government investigation is stealing the headlines in the stock market today.
XLNX started the year strong and nearly doubled its July 2018 price by May. But then the next round of the Chinese trade war happened. That took tech stocks down sharply.
Nvidia stock remains turbulent, as trade-war worries and a hearty crypto hangover continues to weigh on the company. However, NVDA is a long-term winner.
The pastures have been looking greener for semiconductor stocks lately. Here are four that have been making positive headway.
AMD is getting all the glory while Intel is in the dog house. The 10nm delay and a cautious outlook is hurting Intel stock. What's next?
Chips stocks have been strong despite the wall of worry. Under the current macroeconomic conditions they will continue to rally.
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