*Microsoft sees end to Nokia losses, shares rise. NEW YORK, July 23- The S&P 500 hit a record high on Wednesday, lifted by bullish earnings from companies like Apple and Microsoft, though technical resistance and conflicts in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip kept gains in check.» Read More
Will commodities salvage the year with a December rally? Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories Research, takes a look at what the charts indicate. Also, the Fast Money crew take a look at the launch of the Fisher-Gartman risk index.
Simon Baker, Baker Avenue Asset Mgmt., and Addison Armstrong, Tradition Energy, discuss whether they remain positive on oil despite conditions in Europe and the Middle East.
Mad Money's Cramer turns a technical eye on the FXE to get a read on the strength of the euro versus the U.S. dollar, as interpreted by the charts of Tim Collins, TheStreet.com technician.
Katie Stockton, MKM Partners, sees a short-term oversold bounce. She's also expecting the S&P 500 to fall below 1100.
Peter Boockvar, Miller Tabak, and Chris Verrone, Strateges Research Partners, discuss whether the worst is priced in for the big banks.
Is the decline in financials only halfway done? John Roque, WJB Capital, takes a look at the charts for clues.
Traders are watching specialty retailers Tiffany and Aeropostale ahead of earnings this week, with Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson, and Randy Konik, Jefferies.
Carter Worth, Oppenheimer, and Jeff Klinefelter, Piper Jaffray, discuss what the retail charts reveal about the success of this year's Black Friday.
The "Mad Money" host looks at Qualcomm's chart.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer eyes the charts, as interpreted by Carolyn Boroden, FibonacciQueen.com, for a technical look at where Qualcomm is headed.
Charting confidence in the markets, with Jordan Kotick, Barclays Capital
Thomas Lee, JP Morgan, and Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Management, take a look at the charts to see where oil is likely headed and how to trade it.
Mad Money's Cramer, with the help of Ed Ponsi, Barchetta Capital Management technician, looks at the charts to get a read on which beer company is best.
Jim Cramer looks at Google's charts to find out.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer turns a technical eye on Google, with a look at the charts, as interpreted by Tim Collins, TheStreet.com technician.
A look at the hike in gold prices and where the precious metal is likely headed, with Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist, and Chris Verrone, Strategas head of technical analysis.
A technical look at the S&P 500 as traders monitor the goings-on in Europe, with Ari Wald, Brown Brothers Harriman.
Scott Redler, T3live.com, takes a technical look at two important levels in the markets next week.
Technical indicators may suggest this could be a buyable moment, but Cramer isn't sounding the "all clear" just yet.
Jordan Kotick, Barclays Capital, explains why four charts signal progress for Europe.