Sonos:Bear market rally!?

NASDAQ:SONO   Sonos, Inc.
Sonos Inc

Short Term - We look to Buy at 15.55 (stop at 14.55)

Although the bears are in control, the stalling negative momentum indicates a turnaround is possible. There is scope for mild selling at the open but losses should be limited. Support is located at 15.50 and should stem dips to this area. Dip buying offers good risk/reward. Although the anticipated move higher is corrective, it does offer ample risk/reward today.

Our profit targets will be 17.96 and 19.00

Resistance: 18.00 / 20.00 / 32.00
Support: 15.00 / 13.00 / 8.00

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