technical analysis

A decline below $43 and I would put my foot on the brakes.
Consider raising your sell stop protection to a close below $61.
The stock is back to an area where sellers could emerge.
The stock hasn't done anything wrong, but we need to be ready just in case.
If support holds we are likely to see more sideways price action ahead.
The data have some overhanging clouds.
If the mining shares close below their lowest July point, I would take profits.
Unfortunately, the action has been choppy lately, which helps explain the narrow trading range in equities.
The best advice I can give right now is sell down to a sleeping position on GM.
Don't be surprised to see NOV retest the $28-$26 area.

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