Friday, October 26, 2007

Nasdaq Breaks Above Recent Range

Read about it here at Trading Goddess's blog.

Nasdaq Breaks Above Recent Range.

In other news, I took a body blow on BLUD today, and then had VDSI pour more salt in some wounds. I plan to post a recap of recent events, as well as some thoughts I'm having about trading, on Sunday.

6 comments:

cheesefries said...

Shed-
Take a look at 5yr DELL chart with a HPQ comparison.


MSFT Conference Call Summary:

On Q1 results co notes rapidly expanding personnel computer market, progress against software piracy, and three quarters of Windows customers adopting premium versions, drove Client rev to $4.1 bln. Server and Tools rev increased 16% to $2.9 bln, driven by strong annuity license growth in Windows Server and SQL Server.


DELL bought it today, any thoughts?

Woodshedder said...

Dell is definitely the laggard.

I believe that HPQ has the largest market share in China of any PC maker, even greater than Lenovo. Actually, I don't know how I've missed HPQ's killer multi-year move.

I think you are implying something though that I'm missing?

Also, I bought 100 shares of MSFT today. That was a HUGE breakout.

Ragin' Cajun said...

Woody,

You better hit that-- for all the hard work you put in over there.

mdawsz said...

lol, ragin you slay me.

Anonymous said...

WOODDDDDDDDDDDDDD.

cheesefries said...

Shed-

Goldman Sachs hardware analyst Laura Conigliaro today added Dell (DELL) to the firm’s “Conviction Buy List,” bumping Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) from the list. She also boosted her price target on Dell shares to $35 from $33