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A Bottom May Be Brewing In BUD


The U.S. stock market has been flying high over the past month, but shares of Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) have fallen close to 30% since reaching an all-time high in late September.  Technically, there's hope that BUD is at or approaching a very significant bottom, however.  Let's take a look at a shorter-term daily chart and then a longer-term weekly chart:



The daily chart now reflects a slowing of selling momentum, at least in terms of price action.  This slowing is also occurring at a key price support level near 100 on the longer-term weekly chart.  While it would be reasonable to assume that BUD is preparing to reverse at the current level, I'd be very cautious if the longer-term support level does not hold.  Why?  Because volume on this recent selling has been massive and weekly momentum is extremely bearish (red circles).

Happy trading!


Tom Bowley
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