Today, most of the leading railroad stocks are declining sharply lower after a very weak earnings report from CSX Corp (NYSE:CSX). The company said it expects revenue to fall by as much as 2.0% in 2019. Prior to this report, the company was forecasting an increase of 1.0 to 2.0%. Currently, CSX stock is declining lower by $8.52 (-10.50) to $71.05 a share. CSX stock is now trading below its 200-day moving average, this puts the stock in a weak technical position. Traders and investors must now watch for further downside in the coming days and weeks ahead. The next major support level for CSX stock will be around the $65.00 area. This level is where the 100-week moving average is currently and should be defended when tested. Other railroad stocks that are falling in sympathy to CSX Corp include Norfolk Southern Corp (NYSE:NSC), Union Pacific Corp (NYSE:UNP) and Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU).