Consumer Cyclicals

Previous selloffs like Wednesday's were all preludes to new records.
While the price action has been a little hard to digest, the charts show that the stock has broken out.
The way to take advantage of the merger is to buy a smaller rival.
Why chase this low-growth name, near its all-time high, when other quality shares are down 40%?
With so many negative chart signals, the stock has to prove itself and start a bottoming process. It could still go lower.
Why chase this low-growth name, near its all-time high, when other quality shares are down up to 40%?
The charts look in gear for the auto-parts seller, breaking out on the upside from a seven-month consolidation.
After a two-year base pattern, the stock is showing some life again.
A reality check for the next 2 months of retail results
Bullish volume points to an upside breakout that could be coming soon.

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