Jonas Elmerraji

Jonas Elmerraji, CMT, is a senior market analyst at Agora Financial in Baltimore and a contributor to TheStreet. Before that, he managed a portfolio of stocks for an investment advisory returned 15% in 2008. He has been featured in Forbes, Investor's Business Daily and on CNBC.com. Jonas holds a degree in financial economics from UMBC and the Chartered Market Technician designation. Follow Jonas on Twitter @JonasElmerraji.

Recent Articles By The Author

Sirius XM Is Carving Out a Bottom in January

Sirius XM Is Carving Out a Bottom in January

Sirius XM is getting hammered following guidance, but long term, this stock looks ready to surge.

Junior Miners Are in Breakout-Mode This Winter

Junior Miners Are in Breakout-Mode This Winter

As gold continues its breakout, junior miners are playing catch-up with their larger peers.

This Chart Says the S&P 500 Could Rebound in 2019

This Chart Says the S&P 500 Could Rebound in 2019

We could be in for 24 months of gains from here.

Here's What it Takes for GE to Become a Buy

Here's What it Takes for GE to Become a Buy

Wall Street's whipping boy could finally be catching a bid. Here's what to look out for in General Electric.

2019 Could Be a Great Year for Gold Miners

2019 Could Be a Great Year for Gold Miners

The gold miner rally is alive and well as we head into the new year.

AMD's Uptrend Is Still Alive (for Now)

AMD's Uptrend Is Still Alive (for Now)

Despite the volatility, this big-momentum tech name is still working for long-term investors.

Sprint Looks Buyable Ahead of the T-Mobile Merger

Sprint Looks Buyable Ahead of the T-Mobile Merger

A weight of the evidence approach signals a buying opportunity in this mobile carrier.

UnitedHealth Is Signaling a Buy

UnitedHealth Is Signaling a Buy

This healthcare stock is pointing higher despite pressure from the rest of the broad market.

A Major Crack Just Opened in the S&P 500

A Major Crack Just Opened in the S&P 500

This is a risk-manager's market, not a stock picker's market.

Utilities Are About to Break Out: Chart

Utilities Are About to Break Out: Chart

Here's why you should own the most boring sector in 2018.