MU has been beaten down for far too long - considering the amount of cash they make.
RSI coming up nicely but hoping to move to the top of that new found range it's been trading in, then the real test of R1 & R2.
Watching from the sidelines till something convincing takes place but if MU moves lower, I'm willing to enter at high $20's.
Patience with MU from...
LONG TERM TRADE. ONLY FOR THE PATIENT.
On Thursday, $AVGO (Broadcom) earnings call called for a bottom in the semi business in Q2. With that being said, $MU is looking like a good setup for a long term swing trade. In December, we see micron bounced at $28 and rallying to $43. Now we are currently sitting on the 9 day avg line (1 week time frame). I have chosen...
Bullish pennant, tk cross, and kumo twist. RSI is looking ready for an uptrend as well. price has confirmed uptrend by passing cloud. Buy some shares and watch it closely on larger time frames to ensure its good to hold
As the amount of data shared continues to double every two years, memory is a constant and increasingly needed commodity. Memory's super cycle has come to an end mid-term, but will return within the next year or so and be larger than ever before. I expect MU to drop to $30, even with it's $10bill buyback, as MU management has no incentive to pump their stock...
* Some indicators are looking bullish on D1
* "TD Count" has been started to count green.
* Target 1 is on Kijun-Sen and fibo. retr. 0,5
* Target 2 is in area which has cloud resistance and trend resistance.
I believe that NASDAQ:MU is going to explode. 5 p/e ratio. Strong industry. The only downside is that many people forecast that the semiconductor industry inflated and the prices are going down (bad for the companies that produce them, aka micron). NASDAQ:MU is currently back to the green bearish trend although it still has much room to go up to around 50$ or more...
Reasoning is as follows
Look what happens when daily price breaches lower bollinger band (highlighted in green circles) - price rips back up
Price is just hovering on channel support
These two reasons are clear enough for me that price will revert up. One thing to note, there is a strong VPOC node in the $42 - $43 area (not shown here) as well.
MU has bounced off of the bottom of it's short-term trend at $51.5 and continues it's trajectory. We could see a break up to the high $54's this week. Options expiring this week have little premium, so there's a clean way of playing this uptrend.
Traders seem to be under the impression that MU will, for whatever reason, miss earnings on September 20th, but there's no reason to suspect that at this point. I expect MU to continue it's long-term upward trend with a nice spike above $55, perhaps after earnings on the 20th.
MU has reached a support level and has bounced off of it. Stochastic in oversold.... Fundamentals look very nice. Recent decline was caused by US' trade war with China.
What's your view on this? Buy or sell? Or maybe keep an eye? I say it's a good time to add some more stocks to the portfolio.
When is it a double top versus a channel? When current price action is an incredible 1.786% extension of the AB leg and the recent tops demonstrates a negative divergence with the MACD. Breakdown from the neckline will imply a downside price target of $30, -35%.