With a weak technical picture, traders should consider selling GD at current levels and shorting it on a break below $135.
RHI investrs have to look back to 2013 and 2014 to find levels of chart support at $40.
We expect LNN to rally to the upper $70s, but not much higher.
Considerable supply shouldn't be heavy enough to derail the three-day rally.
While the chart is still pointed up, gains have been harder to come by.
The long-term and short-term charts of FedEx are not healthy.
A decline to $85 could be the first sign of an anticipated downtrend.
We expect prices to work lower from their current $34 to $40 trading range.
The upside breakout will be shelved if the sellers get the upper hand.
Boeing's technical picture is mixed, long-term momentum looks weak.

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