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Neutral-to-bearish chart signals indicate shares will trade in a $38-to-$42 range.
The longer-term trend remains bullish, but I would raise sell stops to a close below $56.

The S&P 500 Chart Is Bullish Real Money Pro($)

We could see a healthy pullback and still remain bullish.
The stock remains strong and headed higher. Maybe much higher.
Add on strength and maintain a stop-loss order to lock in gains.
Once selling eases, check for an upside reversal on candle charts to go long, then add on a close above $44.
Look for gains to the upper $60s in the first half of 2017.
Last year was good for TMUS, but the stock is likely to move still higher in 2017.
This should get you thinking about adding to your long position.

Getting Negative on Netflix Real Money Pro($)

Without a healthy pullback and fresh base the stock looks vulnerable to a big reversal in 2017.

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