"buy on dips"
this advice always cracks me up.
you can't know if it's a dip or a disaster until after you bought it.
if it goes back up it was a dip. if.
and if you find a stock you like, it may never again be as cheap as it is today.
in fact, if you are right about it, you really don't expect it to be.
u snooze, u lose.
1) if the whole market is off 30+% from its highs, then that's a dip I'd be interested in buying into.
2) chipmakers- everyone knows that there's no point in buying chips without a dip.