It could have a near-term dip.
Honeywell and Microsoft were both rising premarket on earnings beats, while GE and Skechers faltered.
Recent improvement of some of our technical indicators suggest an upside breakout.

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Analysts see great earnings growth for maker of water heaters and boilers.
CEO Dave Cote says 2017 is going to be a good year for the company, a message that was lost amid recently lowered guidance.
This is what's behind the fall of such magnitude that we are seeing.
There's more upside to the shares, but the timing of that upside is not at all clear.
A breakout to new highs could start a leg up to the $80-$85 area.
The path of least resistance right now appears to be down.
The 200-day moving average line is being tested and could break.

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