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Sometimes the sector or industry that tops out first is the one that bottoms first. Telecommunications is fitting that bill, and T-Mobile stands out -- with up to 70% upside.
Interim CEO Ed Breen has a proven record of success.
Momentum indicators are impressive, and relative strength just broke out.
There are worrisome signs to this short-term buying spree.
A bullish divergence in the technicals points to more upside.
The trade tactic I prefer is the synthetic call.
Interim CEO Ed Breen has a proven record of success.
They are both trading near important levels.
Charts show traders can snap up the stock at a steep discount.
Pointed questions go unanswered.

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