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Aggressive traders might be interested in buying crude oil option strangles.
The current price weakness clearly breaks into new low ground for the move down.
Shares are testing their October low, and charts don't signal an imminent recovery rally.
The only question is how high shares would have to rise to derail the rally.
The crowd remains bullish but insiders are active sellers.
The stock remains strong and headed higher. Maybe much higher.
Add on strength and maintain a stop-loss order to lock in gains.
If a stock refuses to decline it will likely move higher.
GS has been a strong participant in the rally, but has dipped recently.
Additional gains lie ahead for AMAT if you embrace the charts and indicators.

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