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Thus ends Q2, in what I think was my worst day this quarter – – – but I'm still happily closing Q2 with a profit. I'll be traveling back home and will be back at my regular desk on Saturday. Thanks for being part of Slope, everyone, and I'll see you in the new quarter! (And I'll publish the second "real buys" post later tonight, after you all have sobered up).
In continuing on with bullish charts, here is a set of items which aren't "bouncers" but are instead legitimately bullish-looking formations. There are eleven in all, so I've broken them into two posts.
Yesterday I offered a plethroa of bearish-looking chart opportunities. Today, in the spirit of the Bailout Bounce, I'm going to be balancing that out with some bullish ideas.
The first set of these are bounce plays; that is, charts which aren't genuinely great for long-term holds but seem to battered down as to be prime for a big bounce higher. There are seven in total, so I'm breaking this list into two posts.