The company says the aerospace job cuts are about 'doing a better job overall.'
Lawsuits, taxes and labor disputes could keep it from going public longer than you think.
But a close back below $13.25 would upset the current bullish outlook.
A strong close could open up the charts for gains into the $37 to $38 area.
Meanwhile, there are other things people just aren't noticing.
Sellers have been a little more aggressive.
We saw this one coming down the tracks.
High-quality companies like WBC should be accumulated, not dumped, during periods of uncertainty.
GM has made a nice push recently.

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