Looking at Disney?
TheStreet's Bret Kenwell gave a preview of what the charts are saying ahead of Disney's earnings.
"As I mentioned earlier, the shares were trending lower, although not plunging. In late October, Disney stock flirted with a breakdown below the 200-day moving average," Kenwell wrote. "But it ended up holding as shares reclaimed the 100-day moving average and were working on the 50-day moving average. Then Monday’s gap-up action sent the shares soaring."
But what is Jim Cramer thinking about Disney ahead of earnings?