Catching Up On Recent Posts: Amazon, Starbucks, AMD, …

In case you missed them, here are several trading ideas published earlier on TheStreet.com: Advanced Micro Devices Could Explode Another 17% Within Hours: The stock is retesting its highs ahead of Tuesday’s earnings release. Jul 26, 2017 Why Two Cybersecurity…

T-Mobile Volatility Aside, a Positive Technical Picture Is Still Intact

T-Mobile Volatility Aside, a Positive Technical Picture Is Still Intact

T-Mobile US (TMUS) reported blow-out quarterly numbers after the market close Wednesday and the stock gapped higher Thursday morning, taking out a key level of technical resistance. Shares quickly reversed direction, erasing the 3% gain as some investors who were…

This Is What T-Mobile's Chart Is Saying Just Hours Before Earnings

This Is What T-Mobile’s Chart Is Saying Just Hours Before Earnings

T-Mobile US (TMUS) reports earnings after the close Tuesday and the technical pattern on the daily chart suggests the stock is ready to move higher. Shares had been in a steady uptrend for the last six months, tracking above their…

Weekly Chart of Chipotle Not Very Appetizing

Weekly Chart of Chipotle Not Very Appetizing

More bad news for Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) yesterday and it took the stock price down sharply, but it was headed towards $360 anyway, it just got there a little faster. Hopefully, for investors it can hold this level.

All That Rises Is Not Tech

All That Rises Is Not Tech

This article was published on TheStreet.com this morning: All That Rises Is Not Tech: Top Takeaways From Jim Cramer’s ‘Off the Charts’ Tom Bemis of TheStreet.com Jul 19, 2017 6:30 AM EDT Technology stocks get a lot of the credit…

Rightview Trading on Jim Cramer's Mad Money "Off the Charts" Segment

Rightview Trading on Jim Cramer’s Mad Money “Off the Charts” Segment

Jim Cramer used the charts of technician Rob Moreno, publisher of RightViewTrading.com and Cramer’s colleague at RealMoney.com, to highlight some of the overlooked sectors’ top names on the “Off the Charts” segment of Mad Money.

IBM Shares Could Head even Lower After Weak Quarter -- Here's What the Charts Are Revealing

IBM Shares Could Head even Lower After Weak Quarter — Here’s What the Charts Are Revealing

International Business Machines (IBM) ended Tuesday at $151.11, down, $1.90 or 1.2%. And it could keep on falling. The tech giant reported its 21st straight quarter of year-over-year revenue declines after the market closed, giving investors a case of the…

Freeport Is Ready to Play Catch-Up

Freeport Is Ready to Play Catch-Up

The nearly-200% move in the metals and mining sector that began in early 2016, peaked in February of this year and has been followed by a period of consolidation. This constructive recovery process may be over and the sector may…

Here Comes a Neck-Breaking 30% Rally In Twitter

Here Comes a Neck-Breaking 30% Rally In Twitter

Get ready to tweet out how much you netted on this trade. Twitter (TWTR) shares are ready to break out of a triangle pattern that has been forming on the daily chart for the past two months. The pattern targets…

The High Yield  Bond Market is Hanging In There

The High Yield Bond Market is Hanging In There

Just when it looked like the rally in the high yield bond market was nearing an end, Chair Yellen’s recent dovish tones may have come to the rescue. The weekly chart of the SPDR Barclays High Yield Bond ETF (JNK)…