iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF.

SOXX-Q

NASDAQ:SOXX

419.83
13.76 (3.39%)

Analysis and Opinions about SOXX-Q

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BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
December 7, 2020

Companies like Apple are now bringing semi-conductors back in-house and the sector is seeing many changes. It's hard to see who will be the winner. The sector has run tremendously so he would wait for a pullback before putting money in.

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Companies like Apple are now bringing semi-conductors back in-house and the sector is seeing many changes. It's hard to see who will be the winner. The sector has run tremendously so he would wait for a pullback before putting money in.

WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
December 3, 2020

SOXX vs. XSD You don't need to own every industry, you want to own those that are going through some sort of structural change for the better. Semis are the building blocks of today's economy. Secular tailwind. Tech will continue to perform well, but you want to own things more tied to the business cycle. Semis have had a giant move. You can get sharp pullbacks. His favourite place to be in technology. He also owns XSD, more equally weighted. For example, Intel is challenged, but it forms a big piece of SOXX. For that reason, XSD is more attractive.

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SOXX vs. XSD You don't need to own every industry, you want to own those that are going through some sort of structural change for the better. Semis are the building blocks of today's economy. Secular tailwind. Tech will continue to perform well, but you want to own things more tied to the business cycle. Semis have had a giant move. You can get sharp pullbacks. His favourite place to be in technology. He also owns XSD, more equally weighted. For example, Intel is challenged, but it forms a big piece of SOXX. For that reason, XSD is more attractive.

BUY
BUY
November 30, 2020
You are hitting at the heart of technology, largely in the semiconductor space. Very, very large cap tech. With COVID, you will swing back and forth between large mega cap tech and then with vaccines you will see small caps come into action. This is a play on tech and the way we work and interact with one another. You might want to stay close to the door incase things correct in some fast fashion.
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You are hitting at the heart of technology, largely in the semiconductor space. Very, very large cap tech. With COVID, you will swing back and forth between large mega cap tech and then with vaccines you will see small caps come into action. This is a play on tech and the way we work and interact with one another. You might want to stay close to the door incase things correct in some fast fashion.
COMMENT
COMMENT
June 10, 2020

ETF recommendation? There are a number of them out there. The ones he uses add diversification and are used primarily as a short term trading vehicle for him. He mostly uses SOXX, IGV and FDN.

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ETF recommendation? There are a number of them out there. The ones he uses add diversification and are used primarily as a short term trading vehicle for him. He mostly uses SOXX, IGV and FDN.

COMMENT
COMMENT
June 10, 2020

He does not own it outright, but it is part of the SOXX ETF. The company is involved in semi-conductor chips. He has other companies that he owns in this space. He likes the diversification of SOXX instead. The semi's have become the engine of the tech sector, so it is a good place to be in.

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He does not own it outright, but it is part of the SOXX ETF. The company is involved in semi-conductor chips. He has other companies that he owns in this space. He likes the diversification of SOXX instead. The semi's have become the engine of the tech sector, so it is a good place to be in.

HOLD
HOLD
May 6, 2020
He owns SOXX, the semi-conductor ETF. He likes it as a trading tool. He also owns several individual semi-conductor companies.
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He owns SOXX, the semi-conductor ETF. He likes it as a trading tool. He also owns several individual semi-conductor companies.
COMMENT
COMMENT
February 14, 2020
A Semiconductor ETF? He owns a few key companies in semiconductor -- about 11% of his portfolio. He uses the SOXX etf to provide liquidity when he needs it.
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A Semiconductor ETF? He owns a few key companies in semiconductor -- about 11% of his portfolio. He uses the SOXX etf to provide liquidity when he needs it.
BUY
BUY
July 22, 2019

XIT-T Shopify, CGI and Open Text are the biggest holdings in XIT-T. This is a great play on Canadian tech. He's owned the component stocks, but he prefers holding tech stocks internationally for the diversification, so he recommends SOXX-Q.

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XIT-T Shopify, CGI and Open Text are the biggest holdings in XIT-T. This is a great play on Canadian tech. He's owned the component stocks, but he prefers holding tech stocks internationally for the diversification, so he recommends SOXX-Q.

BUY
BUY
July 22, 2019

A tech ETF for an RRSP? There are three. SOXX for semi-conductors, the ammunition which drives tech around the world. IGV is a great way to get diversification in software. FDN is the internet index is extremely liquid and massive. These ETFs cover the three pillars that drive tech today. He uses these ETFs to offset volatility. When an ETF approach 5-7% of his price target, he sells a third off. Holding single stocks isn't as nimble. For example, he sold a lot of these ETFs in early-spring, then bought them back in the May swoon.

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A tech ETF for an RRSP? There are three. SOXX for semi-conductors, the ammunition which drives tech around the world. IGV is a great way to get diversification in software. FDN is the internet index is extremely liquid and massive. These ETFs cover the three pillars that drive tech today. He uses these ETFs to offset volatility. When an ETF approach 5-7% of his price target, he sells a third off. Holding single stocks isn't as nimble. For example, he sold a lot of these ETFs in early-spring, then bought them back in the May swoon.

COMMENT
COMMENT
April 4, 2019
Did very well coming off the December lows. He thinks it is overbought here. A trade agreement would help this sector. From a technical perspective he likes some of the individual names on the ETF.
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Did very well coming off the December lows. He thinks it is overbought here. A trade agreement would help this sector. From a technical perspective he likes some of the individual names on the ETF.
BUY
BUY
October 15, 2018

Holds all the big semiconductors, but it's a concentrated space. This ETF equal-weights these semis, which is good. This is a good long-term hold. The big growth spurts in semis has passed, though, but this sector is worth holding onto. Charges 47 basis-points in their MER, which is fine, because you're keeping your investing costs below 1%.

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Holds all the big semiconductors, but it's a concentrated space. This ETF equal-weights these semis, which is good. This is a good long-term hold. The big growth spurts in semis has passed, though, but this sector is worth holding onto. Charges 47 basis-points in their MER, which is fine, because you're keeping your investing costs below 1%.

SELL
SELL
August 28, 2018

Had a good run, but has been forming a top the past year. It may be time to get out here.

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Had a good run, but has been forming a top the past year. It may be time to get out here.

COMMENT
COMMENT
November 23, 2017

It is the iShares semiconductor US company ETF. It has been around for a lot of tie and has a lot of size and volume.

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It is the iShares semiconductor US company ETF. It has been around for a lot of tie and has a lot of size and volume.

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iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF.(SOXX-Q) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 3

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 4

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iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF. is a American stock, trading under the symbol SOXX-Q on the NASDAQ (SOXX). It is usually referred to as NASDAQ:SOXX or SOXX-Q

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On 2021-01-19, iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF. (SOXX-Q) stock closed at a price of $419.83.