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 for the market’s surge this year, but they’re not the only ones pacing gains, Jim… Read More »
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.
Chart Master Carter Worth “draws the lines” on the McDonalds (MCD) chart on Options Action and says it is time to take profits. There are a number of symmetries that suggest MCD is at an inflection point, and the percentage differences between recent closing prices and the 50 and 200 day moving averages are the… Read More »
Options Action Chart Master, Carter Worth says it’s time to fade the Facebook 23% year-to-date rally. The relative strength index is in an overbought condition, the moving average convergence/divergence oscillator has been tracking in negative divergence to price, and Chaikin money flow dropped below its 21 period signal average. But oscillators can stay in overbought… Read More »
Jim Cramer spoke with PVH CEO Manny Chirico about President Donald Trump’s effect on retail and the company’s strong earnings report. Here was our technical take on the stock prior to the release of the report.
CNBC’s Bob Pisani takes a look at the markets as they suffer the worst day so far in 2017:
…from Thursday nights Mad Money.
It’s always exciting to be featured on the “Off the Charts” segment of Mad Money. Jim Cramer’s presentation make technical analysis and chart patterns a lively subject, but on tonight’s show he and his crew made it a whole lot of fun. Check out the video and remember…”GOLDEN CROSS!!”
Just over four years ago, Bob Lang and Jim Cramer created the FANG acronym for Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and the stock formerly known as Google, now Alphabet (GOOGL), on an “Off the Charts” segment of CNBC’s “Mad Money.” The iconic group continues to be as Lang says, “the poster children of technology… Read More »