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All chart patterns are not created equally and when found rounding bottoms, bases etc are at all different stages of development. Some stocks may take weeks, months and others could be ready when first found. Patience is key. Never follow a trade blind. Have your own plan in place. It is your hard earned money at risk.
12/2019 - Range Bound key support 52.50 which is supported by buying pressure wicks @Targeting_Alpha
12/12/19 - Accum/Dist Line made a lower low not good in the short-term
12/20/19 - Wild confused mover
12/19 @TickrTalk big move took place 12/12/19 in which the stock hit a High of 0.59. Nice call the man was watching/waiting/accumulating months ahead.
12/13/19 Weekly gain of +.25
12/20/19 Weekly gain of +.15
12/27/19 Weekly gain of +.20 High 1.17
1/3/20 Weekly gain of +.35 High 1.74
1/9/20 + 1.40 gain close 2.89 with massive volume 54.1M
1/10/20 + 1.49 weekly gain High 3.90
1/17/20 Weekly decline -0.08 a correction is looming
12/6/19 - On the verge of a break down until today range intact and a gap above to fill.
12/13/19 - A lot of whipsawing intra-day
12/16/19 Wayfair PT cut by Morgan Stanley to $75.00. equal weight rating.
12/27/19 Weekly gain of 8.08 high 92.66
1/8/20 Doji close in red cloud be on alert
1/13/20 gap filled at 100 headed to overbought levels RSI
1/3/20 - per Forbes appears that the stock could go private in 2020 and its DQ. I like the chart better then the other dogs. On 1/8 Earnings before market open so be on alert.
The biggest appeal of the Dogs of the Dow strategy is its simplicity, as all you have to do is buy the 10 Dow stocks with the highest yields as of Dec. 31 and hold on to them throughout the following year. Because those yields rise and fall over time, the stocks that make the Dogs list typically change each year. However, some stocks have solid track records of paying high dividends.
1/8/20 - Earnings tankage - 3.46. shares fall 5% on earnings miss as pharmacy chain grapples with more competition
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