On this week's edition of the GoNoGo Charts show, U.S. markets continue to sell off as the picture of the asset classes change. Stocks join bond prices in a strong "NoGo" as commodities and and the dollar continue to maintain their "Go" trends. In this week's market recap, Alex and Tyler look at the technology sector's woes and unpack the charts of Sony Corp to look for opportunities in this "NoGo". They also look at utilities, where there has been some leadership, and the show finishes with a look at the darling of the news this week, Twitter.
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About the author:Alex Cole, CEO and Chief Market Strategist at GoNoGo Charts, is a market analyst and software developer. Over the past 15 years, Alex has led technical analysis and data visualization teams, directing both business strategy and product development of analytics tools for investment professionals. Alex has created and implemented training programs for large corporations and for private clients. His teaching covers a wide breadth of Technical Analysis subjects from introductory to advanced trading strategies.
About the author:Tyler Wood is the Chief Operating Officer of GoNoGo Charts and a seasoned business executive who has led the operational and business development activities of teams large and small. As an executive manager over the past 20 years, he built and brought products to market in the educational technology space and financial services industry. As the Managing Director of the CMT Association for over a decade, Tyler has presented the tools of technical analysis around the world to investment firms, regulators, exchanges, and broker-dealers. Galvanizing vendors, volunteers, and demanding stakeholders around a common vision, Tyler designed and implemented policies and programming that raised the standards for professional technical analysis worldwide.