We can see encouraging signs like the bullish divergence between the price action and the momentum indicator on a weekly scale.
Things seem bright for Tutor Perini and Great Lakes Dredge & Dock.
Momentum indicators are impressive, and relative strength just broke out.
Take note of the pent-up demand for these stocks.
Technicals show the stock should take the path of least resistance, and right now that appears to be on the upside.
We are encouraged by the short-term indicators foreshadowing a turn to the upside and the stock's positioning back to key support.
The stock is dramatically undervalued right now.
The stock has been trapped in a $10 trading range and has not gone anywhere for two years, ruining all delivery expectations of the bulls.
The chart indicates a potential recovery in the shares.
This is one more example of how this market's become totally untrustworthy.

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There have been no reversal indications aka sell triggers in the SPX against the cycles I was watching. The b...
If you want to make a point about the current action in the FANG stocks you completely undermine any credibili...
Thanks for vote of confidence, but I'm not the market. I just wanted to point out...while you could be right ...
You are brilliant.


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