Volkswagen (VOW3): Potential Climb to €150

Volkswagen AG is currently a highly interesting stock for us, especially given that it is a massive enterprise and the European market has seen significant sell-offs, in contrast to most American automakers which remain relatively high. However, it's important to note that automakers are typically quite volatile. If not for the high dividend yield, which currently stands at 15%—exceptionally high for a company of this size—it might not even be worth considering. Looking at the daily chart, we've observed a decline from 252€ to a low of 97.83€, marking the nadir of the overarching Wave II.

We placed our very first entry at the start of this cycle at 101€, which is now at 121€. We have yet to break out from the major trend channel. A new, smaller trend channel has formed, suggesting that an upward breakout could potentially lead us out of both channels, providing a short-term boost. This could bring us to the level of Wave (X), around 150€, concluding the Wave (1).

We successfully entered a new position on the 2-hour chart for Volkswagen, as we placed a limit order at the 50% retracement level, which was reached yesterday. This entry should give us a significant boost, aiming to challenge the trend channel line again and potentially reaching new local highs around 130€. There's also a dividend distribution coming up next month for Volkswagen, which might influence market behavior as investors could decide to take profits afterwards.

We are not trying to predict short-term movements; instead, we aim to position ourselves for the long term and hold our investments for extended periods. We have strategically placed our stop-loss below Wave ((ii)) to only get stopped out if the scenario is invalidated. However, we see theoretically huge potential upwards, with 150€ being just an initial target.

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