Arista Networks Could Be Fighting Higher

NYSE:ANET   Arista Networks, Inc.
Only six members of the S&P 500 hit new 52-week highs last Thursday. (It was the fewest since March 17, according to TradeStation data.) Let’s consider Arista Networks, one of that small handful of names.

The first pattern on today’s chart is the bullish gap on August 1 after quarterly results beat estimates. ANET not only held those gains as the broader market fell this month. It’s also made higher weekly lows. That may suggest that a new uptrend is taking shape.

Next, the tech company jumped to new highs on August 24 after Nvidia spurred optimism toward artificial intelligence (AI). It was swept lower along with most stocks, but it’s now trying to stabilize near the previous peak from May 30. Is old resistance becoming new support? Prices have additionally tested the 21-day exponential growth moving average (EMA) -- a potential trend indicator.

If ANET manages to hold this price zone through the volatile Labor Day period, traders may look for more upside into September.

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