technical analysis

It's an entirely unreasonable market, but you need to go with it.
Another heart breaker for the bears.
It has taken a lot of rallying to get here.
It gives put sellers some room to trade as well.
The COT report can help traders avoid greedy impulses.
Day-timeframe value is still migrating higher. 
There will be a few short-term pullbacks before it.
I'll sit this one out, but here's a plan for the bearish.
But, before you enter, wait for the stock to clear these hurdles.
Keep a dip-buying posture for the short-term.

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