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"Last night, I bemoaned that there aren't enough stocks that are compelling away from tech," Cramer said. And this week's numbers suggest that higher for longer might be too inflexible a strategy for a suddenly gassed economy." Lennar reports on Monday and KB Home reports on Tuesday. Housing starts data will be released on Thursday, and Accenture , Kroger , Darden and Jabil will report earnings. Cramer said three firms slashed their price targets for Olive Garden parent Darden this week, which usually doesn't bode well for the quarter.
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It's also the second-most overbought stock on Wall Street this week based on its 14-day relative strength index, or RSI. CNBC Pro used its stock screener tool to search for the most overbought and oversold stocks. Names with a 14-day RSI exceeding 70 are considered overbought, which suggests that shares may soon slide. Other overbought stocks this week include Nvidia , Hewlett Packard Enterprise and T.J. Maxx . Among oversold stocks, aerospace and defense firm Northrop Grumman topped the list this week with a 14-day RSI of about 17.
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This disastrous mindset has hollowed out Silicon Valley's ability to innovate and caused regular people to grow increasingly frustrated with everyday tech. The large platforms have generally ignored this feedback for one big reason: The tech industry has been taken over by career managers. Now Google Search is more profitable and worse, elevating spammy content and outright scams, a problem exacerbated by artificial intelligence. AdvertisementBut today's tech products feel built to sell a dream of the future rather than solve a customer's existing pains. As long as the tech industry is controlled by people who don't build things, it will continue to build products that help raise growth metrics rather than help consumers with tangible problems.
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CNBC Daily Open: Nvidia pushes past $3 trillion
  + stars: | 2024-06-06 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Nvidia passes AppleArtificial intelligence chipmaker Nvidia surpassed the $3 trillion market capitalization mark, pushing past Apple to become the second most valuable company behind Microsoft. Baron backs Musk's pay dealBillionaire investor Ron Baron has publicly defended Elon Musk's controversial $56 billion Tesla pay package. Elliott retakes SoftBank stakeElliott Management, an activist investor, has taken a $2 billion stake in SoftBank and is pushing for a $15 billion share buyback. In 2020, at Elliott's urging, SoftBank launched a $20 billion share buyback and asset disposal program.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThree-Stock Lunch: Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Campbell Soup & LululemonBoris Schlossberg, BK Asset Management managing director of FX strategy, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss plays for three stocks, including Hewlett Packard, Campbell Soup, and Lululemon.
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Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading: CrowdStrike — The cybersecurity company popped 9% after posting a strong outlook and a first-quarter results beat. Dollar Tree — Shares of the discount retailer fell more than 4% after second-quarter guidance came in below expectations. Dollar Tree said it expected between $1 and $1.10 in adjusted earnings per share, while analysts surveyed by FactSet had penciled in $1.19 per share. Verint reported adjusted earnings of 59 cents per share on revenue of $221.3 million in the first quarter. Analysts surveyed by LSEG had anticipated just 54 cents in earnings per share and $214.5 million in revenue.
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Jim Cramer's daily rapid fire looks at stocks in the news outside the CNBC Investing Club portfolio. "Remarkable quarter," Jim Cramer said, adding: "I think the stock can take out its high" of roughly $351 a share set in May. The CNBC Investing Club owns cybersecurity rival Palo Alto Networks . They will integrate Nvidia into your company, and that is, of course, the promised land," Cramer said. Dollar Tree : Shares dropped more than 4% after the retailer reported earnings and confirmed it's exploring options of its Family Dollar brand of stores.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday explained to investors how Nvidia can sometimes boost other stocks when it soars. He added that companies involved in every aspect of building data centers saw gains, from energy outfits to semiconductor manufacturers. "I know that Nvidia's stock accounts for one-third of the S&P 500's rally this year, so it's easy to say it has outsized influence," Cramer said. "But as a formerly decent bowler before I hurt my elbow, I'll tell you that I've never seen, ever seen anything like this. Every time Nvidia hits the head pin, it's strike after strike after strike."
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Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street. The tech-heavy Nasdaq was the star of the show Wednesday, surging more than 1.5% on the back of Nvidia 's march to a $3 trillion market value. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
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Cramer’s Stop Trading: HP Enterprise
  + stars: | 2024-06-05 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCramer’s Stop Trading: HP EnterpriseCNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping an eye on shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Persons: Jim Cramer Organizations: HP Enterprise, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hewlett Packard Enterprise — The technology stock climbed 15% after Hewlett Packard reported stronger-than-expected results for its fiscal second quarter. Dollar Tree — The discount retailer slipped 2% after reporting first-quarter results that were in line with analysts' expectations, according to LSEG. PVH — Shares slipped more than 1% after the luxury clothing brand owner announced that Martijn Hagman, CEO of Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, would be leaving the company. PVH also reported a first-quarter earnings and revenue beat and raised its full-year earnings guidance. Instacart — Shares of the e-commerce company rose nearly 2% after an upgrade to buy from hold at research firm Gordon Haskett.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWednesday’s rapid fire: CrowdStrike, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dollar Tree, Campbell Soup and InstacartCNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday discussed the earnings reports of companies such as CrowdStrike and dealmaking headlines around Dollar Tree.
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AdvertisementThe media giant, which owns Paramount Pictures and CBS, has been in the news as an acquisition target since late last year. Skydance might not be as recognizable a name, but the company's owner and CEO David Ellison is. It's "is Paramount big enough to survive on its own?" The rush to corner the market on data centers is a move by Big Tech to secure the keys to the coming AI kingdom. Big Tech, finance, and consulting jobs are becoming harder to come by, upending the job search for young people.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise — The technology stock rallied about 11% on the back of a stronger-than-predicted financial report for the fiscal second quarter. Hewlett Packard Enterprise reported adjusted earnings of 42 cents per share on revenue of $7.2 billion. Analysts surveyed by LSEG had penciled in just 39 cents in earnings per share and $6.82 billion in revenue. Verint Systems saw 59 cents in adjusted earnings per share and $221.3 million in revenue for the first quarter. Analysts forecast earnings of 54 cents per share and $214.5 million of revenue, per LSEG.
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Stock futures are near flat Tuesday night as investors geared up for private payroll data while analyzing the latest corporate earnings. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures also each rose just around 0.1%. "Upcoming labor market releases are a clear focus for the broad market," said Bill Northey, investment director at U.S. Bank Wealth Management. "Investors are eyeing the most recent readings on labor market health — JOLTS today, the ADP survey tomorrow and the [Bureau of Labor Statistics] labor report on Friday. All are important data points from a monetary policy standpoint."
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Just ask Ross Stores: America’s largest off-price retailer reported earnings and revenue that beat analysts’ forecasts last week. The US Labor Department releases April figures on job openings, quits, hires and layoffs. The US Commerce Department releases April figures on new orders for manufactured goods. The US Commerce Department releases April data on exports and imports. Friday: The US Labor Department releases May data gauging the state of the job market, including monthly payroll growth, wage gains and the unemployment rate.
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In this way, the nonfarm payroll report also offers clues on the near-term path of inflation. As always, payroll processing firm ADP will release its May private-sector jobs report before the government's nonfarm payroll report. On Tuesday, we'll get the latest JOLTS data, shorthand for the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey conducted by the Labor Department. Earnings A few noteworthy earnings reports set for next week include CrowdStrike and Hewlett Packard Enterprise after the close on Tuesday. A report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed the US economy added 311,000 jobs in February.
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Nvidia is the key to how stocks will perform in the next few months as investors head into a seasonally weak period for markets, with the macroeconomic picture once again a center of attention. Stocks capped a winning month in May after a strong earnings season and signs of easing inflation buoyed investor optimism. .VIX YTD mountain CBOE Volatility Index In fact, the CBOE Volatility Index, known as Wall Street's fear gauge, is currently at 14. The broad market index was last around 5,220. Traders will have to rely on macroeconomic data for the next several weeks, including the May jobs report that's on deck next Friday.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday told investors what to pay attention to next week on Wall Street, highlighting the nonfarm payroll report and earnings from GitlLab and CrowdStrike . Cramer said he's waiting to see how the company will perform because some in the enterprise software sector see issues with sales. Tuesday brings quarterly results from CrowdStrike, and Cramer said this cybersecurity company has been doing better than many of its peers. Friday brings perhaps the most important event of the week, according to Cramer, the Labor Department's nonfarm payroll report. Cramer said the Federal Reserve won't be inclined to cut rates until the unemployment rate reaches 4%.
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Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Tuesday: Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley made the case in a note to investors that Elon Musk needs Tesla "more than ever before." Citi initiates Ferrovial at buy Citi said it's bullish on shares of the Dutch infrastructure and transportation company. Citi reiterates Dell as buy Citi raised its price target on the stock by 36% to $170 per share from $125. Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley said its checks show accelerating App Store growth ahead of expectations for Apple. Morgan Stanley names Taiwan Semiconductor a catalyst-driven idea Morgan Stanley said TSM is a likely beneficiary of a solid Nvidia earnings report on Wednesday.
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Read previewFor working mothers, it can sometimes feel like even when there's good news, there's also bad news. Just this week, several stories drove home some of the things that parents and working women already have sensed. But it's a good signal for working moms. The chart shows that since 2015, the percentage of women working across all those groups has gone up in the last 10 years. It's that same mix for the state of working moms — not all good, but not all bad.
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Fewer women apply for 6-figure positionsAccording to iCIMS's analysis, women have made up 41% to 44% of applicants for six-figure jobs across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and the US since 2020. In other words, though they constitute less than half of applications for six-figure jobs, they are often hired for more than half of those jobs. "The fact that they are applying for these six-figure jobs does not imply that the gender pay gap is narrowing," says Njuki. "This would require a comparison between the women in those six-figure jobs and the men in those six-figure jobs." "A big reason for the gender pay gap is not enough women in the higher-paid managerial and leadership positions.
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Dell is seeing accelerating momentum, especially in winning business to build AI servers, unlocking a new bull case for the stock, Morgan Stanley analyst Erik Woodring wrote in a note on Wednesday. "All-in, we are hearing about more AI server momentum at Dell than at any other OEM," Woodring wrote, saying that he expected about $10 billion of AI server revenue in the company's fiscal 2025 — ending next February. Most AI servers are built around Nvidia's chips which have become prized in the technology industry because they are used to build and deploy advanced AI models from companies like Google , OpenAI and Meta . Dell sells servers using the newest Nvidia AI chips, including its H100 GPU and the latest Blackwell-generation chips. But the PC industry is on course to grow again and is outperforming lowered expectations, Woodring wrote, which will benefit Dell.
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Super Micro plummets 15% after posting revenue miss
  + stars: | 2024-05-01 | by ( Alex Koller | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
The Super Micro Computer logo is seen on a smartphone screen. Super Micro Computer shares plunged 15% on Wednesday after the server company upped its top-line guidance but reported third-quarter revenue that slightly missed estimates. Super Micro hiked its fiscal 2024 revenue forecast to between $14.7 billion and $15.1 billion, exceeding the $14.6 billion expected, per LSEG. Super Micro joined the S&P 500 in March. Also on Tuesday, Wells Fargo analysts, maintaining an equal weight rating on Super Micro stock, dropped their price target from $960 to $890.
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Lisa Su, chair and CEO of Advanced Micro Devices, left, and Charles Liang, CEO of Super Micro Computer, speak at the AMD Advancing AI event in San Jose, California, on Dec. 6, 2023. Notwithstanding the after-hours move, Super Micro stock is up 205% so far this year, while the S&P 500 stock index has gained 6%. If not for a key component shortage, Super Micro would have delivered more during the quarter, Liang said on a conference call with analysts. In March, Super Micro took the place of Whirlpool in the S&P 500. Reddit, GameStop and Super Micro surge
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