Da wären zum einen verlorene Marktanteile zu Gunsten der Konkurrenz SAGE, GNSS etc (unbestätigt)
Dann eine angeblich zu teure Lösung für die 15 Zoll Panels, die den Löwenanteil beim Absatz darstellen.
Und dann wurde eine Firmenübernahme z.T. in Aktien bezahlt, die eventuell auf den Markt geworfen werden (der Telekomeffekt).
Ich habe heute jedenfalls gekauft mit Stop-Loss kurz unterhalb des Gaps bei $15. Geringes Risiko(10%) und das Hauptübel dürften die Shorties sein, die auf das Gap spekuliert haben und (hoffentlich)um und bei $15 irgendwann wieder covern.
PXLW scheint fest in den Händen der Zocker zu sein - Fundamentals spielen da nicht d i e Rolle...
Hier eine Meinung zu PXLW:
"Monday, August 27, 2001 ALL QUIET ON THE WALL STREET FRONT By Harry Boxer, The Technical Trader
Monday?s session started out with an early move up which then went into a sell-off that hit support and then held. The next several hours were spent in a sideways consolidation pattern. Just before lunch we started a rally which took us into the final hour, and at that point with the Nasdaq 100 getting up to 1600 and nearly 1187 on the S&P 500, right at resistance levels, the market backed off and came down to close near support .
Net-net on the day everything was down in terms of the major indexes, but only slightly. The Nasdaq 100 was only down 1.29 and the S&P 500 off about 1/2 of a percent, about 5.72. The Dow was down 4/10 of a percent, 41 points.
It wasn?t that bad a day. The advance-declines were very similar on both New York and Nasdaq, 13-17. Up/down volume was negative on both but just slightly, 4-3 on New York and 6-5 on Nasdaq, but I considered it to be somewhat of positive day.
I had a good day trading because most of the stocks I follow were up in the morning, and I sold them into strength before the 3 o?clock hour when they peaked for the day.
At the close, there were a lot of stocks on my board that were still up on the day even with the sell-off, but very few stocks did anything more than just a point either up or down because it was a narrow day on low volume. It?s the last week of August, a lot of traders are on vacation and have withdrawn from the market at least temporarily, and it showed. Only about 815 million shares traded on New York and about 1.15 billion Nasdaq, which is below average.
At the end of the day, the current minor up trend is still intact. The bottoming pattern we saw on the Nasdaq 100 was completed , then consolidated and then broke out and returned back to the consolidation point. So we?ll have to see what the next day or two brings, but it looks promising. We may still do some further testing, but I?m looking for higher prices. A lot of individual chart patterns looked pretty good towards the last hour before they gave back a chunk of it.
Individually, stocks that stood out today were Checkpoint up 91 cents, Digital Lightwave up 88 cents, Mercury Interactive up 76 cents, Verisign up 68 cents and Siebel up 51 cents. So you can see there were not a lot of big gainers today and not a lot of big losers.
On my closely watched universe of stocks, only Qualcomm was down more than a point at 1.14, and a new one that I traded today, Pixelworks, got hit for 2 points on big volume. However, that may be a selling climax there. That stock has gone from 35 to 15 and change, and I think it?s a value down here.
Pixelworks to Present at SG Cowen Fall Technology Conference on September 5, 2001
TUALATIN, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 27, 2001--Pixelworks, Inc. (Nasdaq:PXLW - news), the leading provider of system-on-a-chip ICs for the advanced display market, will present at the SG Cowen Fall Technology Conference at The Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston.
Allen Alley, Pixelworks CEO, President and Chairman, will present at 8 a.m. EDT, September 5, 2001. A live audio Web broadcast of the presentation will be available to all interested investors at www.sgcowen.com\conf\ or at the investor section of the Pixelworks site at www.pixelworks.com. The replay of the Pixelworks presentation will be available at both URLs for 30 days.
Konferenzen sollten den beteiligten Tech´s immer gut tun. Im Moment bin ich nicht in PXLW, allerdings habe ich meine Meinung zur Technik (Flatscreens)nicht geändert. Vielleicht zeigt uns PXLW nur die normale hohe Volatilität in einer für den Boom einer Branche typischen Phase - ich denke das wäre letztendlich positiv, da es dann genauso gut sehr schnell wieder nach oben gehen kann. Für mich auf jeden Fall WATCHLIST!