PPL Cup and Handle - of use for aggressive traders perhaps

JJMa Updated   
Midstream linked Analysis KEY, PPL, to a lesser degree ENB
Tracking some minor bearish divergence on the 4hr RSI, this is a supplemental analysis with regards to a study for KEY > trying to see if there is an overall pattern for the industry as a whole. I am not interested in looking for a sell on either of these, but I must report what I see. Thus far, both stocks have performed incredibly well over the course of the last four weeks, coinciding with a post election (US Presidential 2020) boom. The only commonality other than steady buying since Mid-November of 2020 is RSI bearish divergence on the 4 hour chart seen at this time on both stocks. Bearish divergence by itself does not guarantee lower prices in the near term, but it is a possibility. Perhaps this can point to caution for new investors looking to start a position on either of these two companies at this time, where a waiting period might provide better entries. This can also help investors looking to add to existing positions with significant upside still available over the course of the next few months for both stocks. Both stocks provide an attractive yield even at these levels for buy and hold strategies however. Current resistance on PPL is 34.80 where I would expect for at least token distribution to occur at supply levels. Next week will be key as this would be the last week of decent volume for the year of 2020. For the record, I own both companies at lower levels, and I am looking to deploy some spare cash for lack of other significant opportunities at this time as I can always use additional dividend income.

Next analysis will be fundamental for both; I will post anything of interest on either company.
Safer play would be to just buy PPL, but the greater reward would be to buy KEY, ideally at the lowest price possible in the next week or two.


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