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Seagate Technology plc (STX)


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  • Harry Boxer has posted his Charts of the Day video on Seagate Technology plc (STX) at TheTechTrader site noting: Seagate Technology plc (STX) broke down on Tuesday, and got whacked 2.88, or 7%, to 39.51, on 9 million shares traded. It broke the entire pattern. I’m looking for a test of maybe 35-6, and below that 32-3.
  • Great movement today.
  • STX is going down because it still trades in tandem with Western Digital. The weakness in WDC has nothing to do with the disk drive market and is a result of its legal issues with Toshiba. At some point, the problems at WDC will be a benefit to STX and you will see some divergence in their stock prices.
  • It's unfortunate. It looks like money's moving from STX to WDC (anecdotally). I wish STX management would rely on more than just sustaining dividend and cost cutting as a company strategy. While I buy the CEOs argument that Cloud migration is still favorable to larger, faster HDDs, there will be a lot of skepticism in the market if the top line stagnates. Unless the storage revenue from Cloud significantly outpaces loss from the PC segment, STX will have a messaging problem.
  • what a horrible stock!, I bought 500 shares never made it past my buying price, wild swings (to the downside)..hopefully there will better days...
    losing quiete a bit on a measly 500 shares, imagine if I bought 2000..like I wanted for the dividend
  • So far I am in the green and still think this will hit $21.5 I will not go back long till the trend is proven.
  • Angel drop Money and Gold on 27th, 28th and 29th.....
  • Morae culpa est, sed non vincere. Est interim flexu viarum finem non jaceret mortuus.http://dataunion.tistory.com/10897

    Seagate Technology PLC NASDAQ : STX Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks Sep-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.4 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stock
    dataunion.tistory.com
  • I am still fully bearish on STX purchased two September puts and will by one more when close below forty. Today still below 30 moving average. I still think after next week there will be a steady price erosion at least to low thirties maybe even to low twenties.
  • Have been watching STX for quite some time. I like the dividend, but this stock has some wild swings. I think I will have to pass on this one. I think I will just stick with RDS-B, great dividend and more stable.
  • ex-dividend date is Jun 19th. Hopefully, shorts will have to cover before then - else, they are on the hook for the divident payout, which is substantial at ~ 6%.
  • I'm not a fan of weekly options but bought some calls during the nosedive Friday. Hopefully they can stir the pot during the conference today so I don't chew and swallow 'em.
  • The scenarios are quite interesting at current levels for STX. Ive been struggling with this stock lately. Some of my other trades have been from awesome_stock_s which are working out pretty well.
  • STX is down -4.98% to 40.64
  • dividend trap
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  • What a pity. At a time of Nasdaq momentum, this thing is headed in the wrong direction. Looks like the long-term upward trend is breaking down...
  • I wonder if Seagate is poised to pick up the pieces if WDC and Toshiba go to war over the chips...
  • It's interesting that Motley Fool comes out with a recommendation to by STX as a good income stock to hold for retirement, and then the next thing you know, the stock has dropped almost 3% in price... today... go figure... must be some other factors in play here...