5 ways to diversify away from tech from CNBC. > The following is a synopsis of Tuesday’s “Off the Charts” segment on Mad Money, by Tom Bemis of TheStreet.com: With the market’s remarkable run over the past year, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Tuesday, it’s time to start asking if any of the… Read More »
More room to run for software stocks like Adobe from CNBC. (This synopsis of the Mad Money segment was written by Tom Bemis and first published on TheStreet.com) Software companies are performing very well this earnings season, but just because there have been some big moves doesn’t mean you’ve lost your chance, Jim Cramer told… Read More »
Cramer’s charts suggest these semiconductor stocks can still soar from CNBC. With technology stocks on fire this year, Jim Cramer decided to go Off the Charts with Bob Lang to take a closer look at the semiconductor sector. Lang is the founder of ExplosiveOptions.net and is a contributor to TheStreet.com’s Trifecta Stocks newsletter. Lang noted… Read More »
Jim Cramer examines the charts of the CBOE Volatility Index, which is trading at uniquely low levels, with the help of Mark Sebastian of The Option Pit. Cramer’s charts of the fear index suggest the market can run higher still from CNBC.
Here is the video of Jim Cramer’s “Off the Charts” segment on Mad Money last night. Tim Collins of Stirling Strategic Investor provided technical analysis of the Eli Lilly (LLY) chart on multiple time frames. Cramer’s charts diagnose a potential breakout for shares of Eli Lilly from CNBC. Follow this link for a synopsis of… Read More »
Bill Ackman: ADP has started to see real competition from CNBC. In an interview on CNBC this afternoon, activist investor Bill Ackman restated his argument that payroll software company Automatic Data Processing (ADP – Get Report) is losing market share to its competitors. On Aug. 4, it was announced in the media that his Pershing… Read More »