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.


cheesefries said...

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...


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

mdawsz said...

lol, ragin you slay me.

Anonymous said...


cheesefries said...


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