Trendline has been violated showing a weakness signal (it might be due to the negative news around this stock).
The idea is to hold before going long again. Prices might keep going down up to 180 USD forming a new support level before going up.
Goldman Sachs agrees to $3.9 billion deal with Malaysia to settle criminal...
Like the airline stocks, big banks have all formed similar patterns leading into Monday. Funding seems to have shifted to the banks and airlines. Many banks will be reporting earnings this coming week, including JPM, WFC, Citi (not shown) on Tues. 7/14, USB and GS Wed. 7/15, and BAC, MS, and First National Bank (not shown) Thurs. 7/16.
We are at ascending channel but key support area we break down further out of the bullish moment - we will have the bears come out...!
Now, I was very bullish on banks overall - even when they had there earnings. For this moment time technical aspects lets concentrate - if we go further below our next support area would be: 193 - 188 areas & Resistance areas...
GS has confirmed the target " Flag " pattern is the resistance of the old peak of $ 250, the current price is above the MA200 moving average.
- The Macd shows support for the new uptrend.
- Market sentiment also shows optimism.
GS buy : $212-$214
GS target : $250
Stop loss : $195 ($195 is the price range showing strength, determination to grow, the volume here...
Q2 Earnings very short lived
Struggles to hold above 200 SMA
Stock pared its gains since the report
Weekly candle made lower low.
Further downside is warranted.
Near-term Short Target $190
Wells is now off more than 50% since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, Wells suffers from much more than a pandemic:
Over the last two years, scandals around nefarious sales practices, some unfortunate executive departures, and an inability to grow top line has hit them hard, and the crisis has hit them especially hard in revenue terms.
I'd like to talk about the effect of lower interest rates on something called 'net interest margin'...
In other words, how banks make money.
The chart attached shows US commercial banks' net interest margin (blue) versus the target Fed Funds range (white).
Net interest margin (NIM) is a measure of the difference between the interest income generated by...