Today’s technical analysis will be on GUESS, breaking major structural support and confirming a bearish retest,
Points to consider,
- Bear Trend (consecutive lower highs)
- Structural support breached
- Confirmed S/R Flip
- RSI oversold
- Stochastics in lower regions
- Volume climax evident
GUESS has been in an established bear trend with...
Remember when I said a few months 80% retail traders were short DJI & SPX? Well they kept hodling to their losers, and probably adding to them.
Well... this week shorts have dropped by 30 to 40% and now there are more longs. They held onto losers forever, and then exited the very WEEK the price went down!
Breakeven bagholders. The typical really dumb bad...
Target reported decent earnings this week, but not a lot of buyers showed up. Now traders may want to watch for a potential breakdown with the big-box retailer near a key price zone.
TGT gapped from $86 to $100 last August on signs that its big digital push had paid off. It followed that with another strong quarterly report on November 20.
Since then, however,...
Michaels has been down, down, down for months. With its positive earnings report today, that trend could change in a big way. Despite rising China tariffs, Michaels has increased its operating income and opened more stores than it's closed. Barring additional tariffs, Michaels should start to pull out of its down trend. At the very least, I expect to see a test of...
Dollar Tree has been in a downward spiral for quite some time... Huge (down) gap after Earnings... Coronavirus might hurt its Supply-chain short-term... but if volume picks up and it breaks the Fibo line, it might rebound and try to close the gap left behind. What do you think?
I was short for a while and missed the second and more recent drop... but I actually like this retail giant at this price/valuation/cap ($36mm... that is free). I like that it dropped back to its stagnant price of 2019, but did not break lower. Under a dollar will start to scare me... I see no reason not to use this stock as hail mary money and risk what you are...
#bumpandrun , #dragonpattern is forming , I think today we are witnessing the total break down of the major downtrend , should the 50-200Ma crossing hold , Im thinking a short term rally is just starting and after a pull back to the cluster around the blue trend line and the pitch fork that was just broken out of ... with targets of 85$ within reach in first half...
Markets always change and strategies have to be adapted. Just like with games, the meta changes all the time. An all round good trader should be able to adapt and succeed in all metas, or almost all, as long as it doesn't get too stupid and too random.
Ignorant cognitive bias shoe shine boys have taken over. Just like in the 1920s. But worse.
I expect markets to...
After a press release indicating that CVS Health plans to open 600 new Health Hub stores this year, CVS stock has once again been climbing. I suspect the breakout will continue once CVS pushes through some resistance. I'm looking for maybe $78 per share from this run. CVS's forward P/E of about 10.5 is very attractive for a stock with large growth prospects in the...
new markets new customers when the rich becomes richer and the rise of middle class require more banking needs
Goldman shall dominate this space in the next decade.
That liquidity from the FED and make America great again shall benefit strong hands
Price action wise it's a Parabolic to fresh highs
LOADED for the long run
warren may just mark this up to $300...
Not that I know these brands super well, but it's awesome to see retail expanding beyond brick and mortar, each of these is now worth $1B+.
Interesting to note, NASDAQ:REAL's market cap just exploded (after the IPO equity lockup expired... went from below $200M to $1B+... the stock didn't react.
Shoe store company Foot Locker trades at an attractive forward P/E of 7.73, with a dividend yield of 4%. Analysts expect the company to grow its earnings over the next 2 years. The stock's been a little sluggish lately, but it's starting to show signs of momentum ahead of its January 17 ex-dividend date. Now may be the time to buy the stock to capture the dividend.
It's hard to get overly bullish on $LB, but the chart has piqued our interest. The stock has very strong support at the $16 level and $LB looks to be on the verge of breaking out. With so many bearish on retail names, $LB could outperform quite easily with so many pessimists and shorts in the stock. With 8% of the float short, we could see a nice short covering...