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Phen clearly doesn't like the look of C!
Original idea by Pheneck https://www.tradingview.com/chart/C/ACeIpGir-Banks-going-to-hell-in-the-coming-future-D/
Large rising wedge on the monthly, target 2$ on citibank haha
You know after this past week's rally - I was more than surprised to see it be led by financials. I'm more bearish on the financial sector than I am every other sector combined. Even without the bias - everyone has a "dip" they can justify buying regardless of the PL it makes - typically, when one sector makes a new 52 week low 3 times within the past 4 months - ...
After keeping close to the trend line and touching it for the third time, a last bearish candle was formed that suggests a short entry to evaluate and confirm with indicators or a next candle.
$C Citigroup has formed what appears to be a rounding bottom, with price and 50d ema now back above the 200d I'm expecting follow through back up to $80 (at least) by mid-November. Note: Earnings next week.
Note: Informational analysis, not investment advice.
Resistance of ascending price channel
Inverse H&S on neckline retest.
Following some upbeat forecasts for the financial sector and with JP Morgan announcing a 43% dividend increase, financial stocks soared today. From my analysis of the sector, C appears to have the most bullish chart at the moment and should be a top pick in the financial sector at this time.
Today, C broke out of an inverse head and shoulders pattern. Inverse ...
For those following the Financial Sector two big dates are coming up fast for Citigroup ($C): The 26th of September next week, when the Fed decides rate raising (decreasing/no hike) and mid October when $C and other banks report earnings.
The Sept 21 - $72 strike was just too tempting at $0.20/contract. Now that Citigroup, $XLF and the market in general is ...
Look for an entry above $74 when the price breaks through the top of the second base with high volume above the 20 day average. See image for details.
Look for a 100% - 500% run thereafter.
I would like to present you the 6month TF, this card shows a slow uptrend, bc the price is trading above the 7EMA line and step to step will reach new highs. Citigroup is a really long run stock, if you want to made a quick profit don't look at it.
I choose this TF merely because it shows that these future months is a stage of accumulation, with 60% upside. Let's ...
Strong trendline with a bullish uptrend on all the frames.
Positive sentiment towards US banks may drive Citi towards the $85 mark
"Wall Street, we have a problem!"
hard resistance at MA 200
Financials have been on a tear lately, but we think $C is about to hit a triple top and fall from here.
In part 1 I outlined an approach that I have been working on that is aimed towards trading parabolic markets. In part 2 I outlined 4 trades with entries, stop losses and risk:reward calculations. The best position (in terms of risk:reward) has been saved for last.
Notes: Tyler Jenks says, “All hyperwaves are bubbles but ...
I did this analysis really elucidate what an "extended ceiling" looks like. The annotations are pretty straight forward AND if you look well enough you'll see an upside-down cup and handle forming and if you squint just right you'll see a head and shoulders forming. I would've shown it on the diagram but the drawing would've become too busy to make sense. Notice ...