The Four Year Anniversary of the FANG Acronym

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…

Dividend Stocks So Bad, They’re Good?

Carter Worth, Cornerstone Macro, goes to the charts to discuss why dividend stocks may be set to rally, with the “Fast Money” traders.

Another Take on the Twitter Chart

Fast Money’s Dan Nathan and his take on the Twitter (TWTR) chart.

Jim Cramer's 'Off the Charts': Things (Should) Go Better With Coke

Jim Cramer’s ‘Off the Charts’: Things (Should) Go Better With Coke

Technical legend Larry Williams unveils some insights into why now may be a great time to buy Coke.

Tom DeMark Takes on the Trump Rally

Famed market technician, Tom DeMark says a market reversal is imminent: “We’ve been confident the last three weeks we would not break 20,000,” DeMark said in an interview on Bloomberg Television. “I assume there’s a possibility intraday we could, but…

Rare Trading Pattern Could Spell Trouble for Intel

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Options Action: Volatility hits low

Discussing the VIX’s lowest level since August 5, 2015 and what it means for the options market with “Fast Money” trader Dan Nathan.

Could FANG Stocks, Wider Markets Be On the Edge? Check These Charts

A shroud of bearish engulfing candles fell over the broad market in Wednesday’s session, dampening the holiday spirit and diming the hopes of Dow 20,000 by year’s end. The pattern was pervasive and affected the best performing stocks as well…

3 Stocks With the Potential for Sharp Downside Moves

The stock market rally continues into the final week of trading this year, but the longer this advance off the November low continues, and the more overbought the major indices become, the more the opportunity for greater profits shifts to…

“Off the Charts” – A Naughty and a Nice Stock for 2017

Tonight on Mad Money Jim Cramer went “Off the Charts” with the help of Tim Collins, a technician and colleague at, to compare the high flying stocks of Broadcom Limited (AVGO) and Teck Resources (TECK).