Here are two of my articles recently published on TheStreet.com:
Shares of Amazon (AMZN) may be preparing for a breakdown from a rising triangle. Here’s my take on the chart published on TheStreet.com this morning.
My article using weekly charts published on TheStreet.com this morning.
Andy Chase of Morgan Stanley was Barron’s top financial advisor in 2016. Here’s his view on where the market is headed, presented on CNBC’s “Halftime Report” on Tuesday.
Shares of the generic drug manufacturer Mylan (MYL) are breaking out of a large triangle consolidation pattern on their weekly chart and a smaller cup and handle formation on their daily chart. The patterns project a target price back near the stock’s all-time highs. Here’s my multiple timeframe analysis published on TheStreet.com this morning.
Tesla (TSLA) reported today and missed on the top and bottom lines. So where is the stock price headed? Here is the technical top and bottom line: resistance is situated in a zone between $236.00 and $242.00 and support is positioned between $216.00 and $220.00, which contains both the 50 day and the 200 day moving averages.
Shares of luxury performance carmaker Ferrari (RACE)
are breaking out of a channel pattern. Here’s my take on the chart published on TheStreet.com this morning.
Starbucks (SBUX) shares continue to underperform the broader market. Check out my analysis of the Starbucks chart making the case for a speculative short position, published on TheStreet.com this morning.
Here’s a link to my analysis of the Jet Blue (JBLU) chart published on TheStreet.com this morning.