The stock has been trading sideways in a relatively tight range with buyers becoming more aggressive.
Shares ready to consolidate after rising more the 35% in a month.
Bullish technicals show that the stock is poised to move higher.
Latest data confirm that the summer manufacturing slump appears to be over.
It might not rise as quickly as you want, but we see the stock ultimately moving towards the $60 mark.
The charts show that the stock could rally to the underside of the declining 40-week average or to around $110.
Considering the short-term and long-term technicals, we anticipate a strong finish to the year.
With a doji pattern and potential reversal in front of a band of resistance, now might be a good time to sell.
After yesterday's sharp rally, traders could wait and look to buy a pullback towards $46.
Prices have more than doubled from a significant breakout point, but one chart shows even more gains are possible.


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