What are semiconductor stocks trying to tell technology stocks?

Semiconductor stocks might be going to streak a critical flag about the destiny of innovation stocks.

Not at all like the XLK innovation trade exchanged store and the Nasdaq 100, the SOX semiconductor file has not moved over its June highs.

The XLK's break over its own particular high, came to toward the beginning of June, has quite recently been a slight one; the reserve will need to see some more upside finish if it will affirm another leg higher in the tech space.

That is the place the semiconductors come in: The record could and ought to be a piece of information in the matter of whether tech stocks can do this or not.

Why? The SOX has been a pioneer for the innovation bunch since November. At its June highs, it had revitalized more than 41 percent since the U.S. decision in November. In the interim, the XLK had mobilized 24 percent at that point.

In this way, we'd get a kick out of the chance to see the SOX soften over those June highs up a significant design before we can proclaim that tech stocks will see another decent run higher.

At the present time, the SOX is around 4 percent underneath those June highs, so dislike there is a noteworthy difference. Be that as it may, regardless of whether the semiconductors can break out to the upside — or move over — in the following week or two could (and should) be vital for the tech part.