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Traders should use General Dynamics' return move to the former breakdown area around $135 to liquidate longs and/or go short.
The stock's a buy at its current level using a close trailing percentage stop.
If it were valued like Apple, it would have to fall to $17.25.
If it were valued like Apple, it would have to fall to $17.25. 
The deal leaves Monsanto isolated in the battle for market share and development.
We suggest buying a shallow dip, looking for a rally to the mid-$40s.
Problems abound for this industrial-supply wholesale firm.
DuPont has been on a roller-coaster ride from the September low to the December peak and back again. 
The rate of decline has slowed and you can see the higher lows.
There is a time cycle that I've identified in TSLA.

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