Carter Worth,of Cornerstone Macro, on a classical signal that’s showing more pain ahead for stocks. He breaks down what the transport sell-off means for the broader market on CNBC’s “Fast Money.” Chartmaster breaks down what transports sell-off means for market from CNBC.
A CNBC video: Larry Page is backing Silicon Valley start-up Opener, which has joined the growing number of companies attempting to bring “flying cars” to the masses. Opener’s vehicle, called BlackFly, can’t actually drive on roads. However, the single-passenger electric aircraft can operate autonomously, and you don’t need a pilot’s license to fly one. This… Read More »
RightView Trading was featured on the “Off the Charts” segment of last night’s Mad Money show with Jim Cramer. The piece looks at stocks that could profit in three possible future interest rate environments. Thanks, once again, to Jim and his fantastic team for the opportunity. Click this link to see a synopsis of the… Read More »
The S&P 500 traded back above its all-time high of 2872.87 on Wednesday and Thursday. The index finished out the week on Friday at 2871.68, back under the high by just under two points. Not a big deal. There were, however, several important support levels on the major market index charts that were either broken… Read More »
Nick Colas of Data Trek Research explained today on CNBC that Tesla’s (TSLA) buyout plans are a warning sign:
Bob Lang, the founder of ExplosiveOptions.net and part of TheStreet.com’s Trifecta Stocks newsletter team gave his technical take on three stocks in the biotechnology sector, on the “Off the Charts” segment of Mad Money tonight. Cramer’s charts suggest big-name biotech stocks Gilead and Celgene have more room to run from CNBC. Gilead Sciences (GILD), Celegene… Read More »