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One of my watch lists is called Recent, and within it I house interesting and relatively young stocks (less than two years in the public) markets. I’ve plucked seven of these out of the list and wanted to share a few words about each chart.
The first chart is a good example of how dangerous is can be to buy a stock with an otherwise bullish formation in the context of a bear market. This was shaping up as a perfectly valid right triangle bullish pattern, but take note that (a) the pattern never completed (b) it did a bit of damage to its supporting trendline. I say again, it’s all about context. It’s tough for an otherwise bullish stock to succeed when the atmosphere is poisoned
Now that the earnings season has kicked in, we actually have information to anticipate that has nothing to do with the goddamned Federal government. Specifically, earnings reports (or loss reports, more typically). One of the biggies next week is going to be Tesla, which reports after Wednesday’s close.