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Mad Money: Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Netflix year-end runs

Cramer, with the help of wisdom from a trusted analyst, is forecasting that FB, AMZN, and NFLX will trend higher, potentially staging double-digit rallies to close out the year.

Mad Money: Gold is flashing signs ‘you want to see in a chart’

November 11, 2020 — “The charts, as interpreted by Carolyn Boroden, suggest that gold prices could have a lot more room to run and that certainly fits with the current backdrop that we see in the news,” the “Mad Money” host said. Gold investments can serve investors as insurance against inflation and general economic chaos, ... Read more Mad Money: Gold is flashing signs ‘you want to see in a chart’

Mad Money: The S&P 500 ‘could get ugly’ in the near future

The 13-day exponential moving average is currently above the 5-day, which reflects slowed momentum. This is not a call, however, for investors to give up on their holdings. When the market stages a rally and the 5-day and 13-day averages inverse, it will trigger bullish activity on Wall Street, Cramer said.

Mad Money: Charts show the S&P’s bounce may be ‘ephemeral,’ Apple poised to rally

The charts as interpreted by Carolyn Boroden suggest that some stocks might be safer to pick at here, like Apple, but the broader S&P 500 might not be out of the woods yet,” the “Mad Money” host said. “As we saw today, yesterday’s huge bounce could prove to be a tad ephemeral.

Mad Money: Shopify, Nvidia and PayPal shares all have ‘more room to run’

The basket of picks he presented on Tuesday come from equities analysis offered by Carolyn Boroden of They are primarily software plays that touch the e-commerce, video game and payment landscapes.

Mad Money: Amazon’s stock is bottoming, primed for a 20% gain

“The charts, as interpreted by Carolyn Boroden, suggest that Amazon has finally resumed its long-term rally, and she thinks it might be headed to $2,115, which would be a pretty nice run,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.

Mad Money: One signal shows the S&P 500 and Apple can surge double digits

“The charts, as interpreted by Carolyn Boroden, suggest that both Apple and the broader S&P 500 have more room to run, but the next few sessions might get a little dicey,” the “Mad Money” host said. “When the averages started pulling back in early May, Boroden told us she expected more pain, even though she was still long-term bullish. She nailed it.”

Mad Money: Charts suggest the market could soon get a deep correction

May 10, 2019 — The high-to-high cycles, as explained by Boroden, in the weekly chart of the S&P 500 is cause for concern, the host said.

Mad Money: Could the market rollover in coming weeks? Charts show it’s time to get…

March 27, 2019 — Jim Cramer takes a look at the charts as interpreted by's Carolyn Boroden to see why she is watching for warning signs to sell.

Mad Money: Charts reveal ‘serious’ hurdles facing chipmakers’ stocks

One of the market’s top semiconductor-based exchange-traded funds is signaling some obstacles ahead for the chipmakers’ stocks, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday after consulting with one of his favorite chartists, Carolyn Boroden.