Here's what my analysis suggests is next for PTON stock.
This is what a pulled muscle looks like on the charts.
The sporting goods retailer disappoints with its bottom-line results, but it isn't a train wreck and the drop in its stock should present an opportunity to buy.
I believe CEO Bob Iger is too smart to directly associate the Disney brand with the negativity that surrounds gambling.
The shares have not really given us signs of a bottom yet.
The problem is that the Mouse House has an elephant in the room and we all know it.
The stock is about to turn up the volume.
Let's see how the charts and technical indicators look now.
Shares of the recreational boat manufacturer are looking stronger.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.