Ascending Triangle in Ralph Lauren

NYSE:RL   Ralph Lauren Corporation
An under-the-radar trend in recent weeks has been strength in legacy retailers like M , GPS and Ross Stores. Today’s chart focuses on a potentially bullish pattern in peer Ralph Lauren.

Notice the series of higher lows since November 10, when earnings and revenue beat estimates. There’s also a resistance zone around $104.50. The result is an ascending triangle, a potentially bullish pattern.

Second, the top of the triangle is near RL’s previous peak in August (also following a strong quarterly report). This could make the current resistance area and triangle more important.

Third, the stock is trying to push above its 200-day simple moving average.

Next, RL is in the process of forming its second consecutive inside candle on the weekly chart. That also highlights its tightening price action (with subsequent breakout potential.)

Finally, MACD has been steadily rising.

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