technical analysis

Over the past 12 months, shares have made no upside progress.
Decker Outdoor, Palo Alto Networks and Ulta Salon are intriguing around earnings.
A close below $74 could result in another leg lower to the mid-$60s.
Despite recent rally, longer term looks vulnerable.
Prices were slashed in half and then cut in half again.
If selling pressure is short-lived and prices push above $24 then a bottom may be occurring.   
Closes above $13 and $14 warrant increased exposure.
I would buy ASNA on a weekly close above $7.50 and risk to $6.20.
If it's going to rally further....
Cablevision Systems will outperform no more.

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