Consumer Cyclicals

Buy weakness in the near term, or a close over $69.
MCD has better-looking technicals than just five weeks ago.
The simple fact is that the consumer is still spending on housing.
More weakness lies ahead.
They are all now in play, until proved otherwise.
TAP looks vulnerable, watch out if we close below $94.
Smart traders have bought AEO on the bad news.
Whether it's burritos, wings or 'endless salad,' restaurant investors beware.
If you caught TSLA's swings up and down it's been was a very rewarding experience.
Buckle up for an upside move.

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