CBRE Group WCA - Rectangle Pattern

Company: CBRE Group, Inc.
Ticker: CBRE
Exchange: NYSE
Sector: Real Estate


Today, our focus is on CBRE Group, Inc. (CBRE), a leader in the Real Estate sector, listed on the NYSE. The weekly chart exhibits a Rectangle pattern, suggesting a potential bullish breakout.

Rectangle Pattern:

The Rectangle pattern typically forms during periods of market consolidation, acting as a pause in the trend before the price action continues or reverses. The pattern is characterized by price oscillations between a well-defined support and resistance level.


Previously, CBRE Group was in a clear downtrend (represented by the blue diagonal resistance line), which was interrupted by a consolidation phase, forming a Rectangle pattern. The pattern, with three touch points on both the upper and lower boundaries, implies a potential bullish breakout.

Currently, the price is above the 200 EMA, indicating a bullish environment. If we see a successful breakout above the upper horizontal resistance at 87.78, this could present a valid opportunity for a long position.

In the case of a successful breakout, the price target would be set at 108.82, representing a potential gain of approximately 23.76%.


The CBRE Group's weekly chart presents a compelling setup with a bullish Rectangle pattern, hinting at a potential reversal of the downtrend. This setup could offer a favorable long trading opportunity.

As always, this analysis should be used in conjunction with your overall market research and risk management strategy, and not as direct trading advice.

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Karim Subhieh

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