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If one is speculating on more downside for AMZN, time is of the essence. Right now, two timeframes matter most: Monthly and Yearly. Monthly closes Monday, yearly closes in two months; both right around the corner.
If you’re in Bear’s camp, nothing could be better than delivering a deadly blow at year’s end. Let’s look at what it will take to deliver the blow.
Amazon hasn’t lost a yearly candle since 2014. Nine years later, 2021 was a near miss, up only by a ting.
Not so, 2022: AMZN has been down every quarter since January.
Euphemistically speaking, what a glorious year this is for year-end charts. Much fun it is to have a yearly tell of what is going on. Here are three issues whose charts (yesterday’s!) help portend their future.
Quarterly and monthly charts of the big burrito [CMG] are green.
Am I biased against this company? Yes. Does the bullish RBLX chart get me riled? Yes. Emotionally charged? Check.
Over the past two months, price action has staged a mighty comeback. This daily chart represents the company’s entire history with the market. Price is now approaching two trendlines of resistance, from the highs in June and November 2021.