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  • 3 Tech Stocks With Recent Intensive Insider Selling

    By Markus Aarnio - July 26, 2013 | Tickers: JBL, PLXS, SGI

    Insiders tend to buy more often than usual before large price increases and to sell more than usual before price decreases. Intensive insider selling can be defined by the following three criteria:

    1. The stock was sold by three or more insiders within one month.
    2. The stock was not purchased by any insiders in the month of intensive selling.
    3. At least two sellers decreased their holdings by more than 10%.

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  • Time To Bet On Cray

    By Vladimir Zernov - May 29, 2013 | Tickers: CRAY, IBM, SGI

    Supercomputers are no more just things from sci-fi films. They are increasingly becoming a part of our everyday life. Each day, huge amounts of data are produced. This data needs to be processed and stored. One of the companies that specializes in supercomputers is Cray (NASDAQ: CRAY). Cray makes and operates supercomputers, and provides storage and Big Data solutions. The company’s first quarter report was not received well by more »

  • Cray Supercomputers

    By Jorge Polanco - May 15, 2013 | Tickers: CRAY, DELL, HPQ, SGI, SMCI

    Supercomputers were the machines that modeled nuclear reactions, stars and Quarks. They were put in secret labs to study the next fighter plane. Like all other computers, they got better.  As the internet has grown the problems of the internet get more complex and more demanding.  They have started to require the computing power of Supercomputers. Now a supercomputer traces the money that goes into EBay.  

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  • Alternatives To Buying Apple

    By David Gould - December 7, 2012 | Tickers: AAPL, AVID, SGI

    If you are looking to get into tech stocks, there are several factors that I think you should consider. First, make an educated guess about growth. Analysts can sometimes be way off the mark on this point. Since technology is able to trade at multiples by virtue of its natural innovation, sell-side analysts face considerable pressure from their firm's investment banking clients to be bullish on growth. Second, I more »