Five Double-Top-Potential Charts


Timothy Collins

 | Aug 29, 2014 | 2:21 PM EDT
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For many events in life, anticipation can be the best part. It's not the same for charts. Waiting for breakouts or breakdowns can be exhausting and frustrating, but it is what we do (at least some of us). While the waiting is the hardest part, not waiting is the most painful. So sit back and keep an eye on these Double Top Tuesday potentials.

In this group, Cal-Maine Foods (CALM) may have the most potential for a major move from a price standpoint. Double tops can come with many different underlying formations and here we get an inverse head and shoulders. A close of more than $79 triggers a bullish target of $89. There is resistance just above $81, the recent high, but this $79 mark is the key. Ideally, we'll see volume pick up on any breakout as well....475 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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