Jeran Wittenstein

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Tech's Slump Camouflages A Rally Sweeping Across Most Of S&P 500

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The equal-weighted S&P 500 index is beating the S&P 500 by the widest margin since 2019 and is up 17% since hitting a low on Sept. 30.

Corporate America Buys Back Fewer Shares As Recession Fears Rise

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Companies are cutting share buybacks, which could hurt a possible market rebound.

Big-Tech Stocks Lose $400 Billion, And They're Still Expensive

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Even amid the rout, big tech stocks' earnings don't justify their prices.

Nvidia Is On Sale And Cathie Wood Is A Big Buyer

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Nvidia shares have plunged 55% this year, the biggest drop among tech stocks with market values of $100 billion.

Nasdaq 100's Big Surge Belies A Darker Outlook For Tech Profits

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Analyst estimates for 2022 profit growth at S&P 500 tech companies have fallen.

Alphabet Split Ends Era Of Jumbo Prices For Megacaps

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Individual investors take stock splits as a bullish sign that a company is optimistic about its outlook.

JPMorgan Piles On With Estimate Cuts Before Earnings

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If profits do in fact start to shrink, that would erode the argument that many stocks are in bargain territory.

Amazon's Stock Split Delivers More Than Bargained For

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Shares of the e-commerce giant rose 2% in New York after the split.

Stock Bounce Call 'Proved Wrong,' Cantor Strategist Concedes

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Violent selloffs forced a Cantor Fitzgerald equities handicapper to pull his stock rebound prediction.

Tech Goes From Haven To Hazard As Investors Fear Recession

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The Nasdaq 100 Stock Index is wrapping up its worst two-day drop in nearly a month.

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