technical analysis

Bank charts show fear could be driving the sector down.
 Further gains into the $15 to $20 area is the gold miner's path of least resistance.
Twitter's strong fourth quarter wasnt enough to stop the exit from the company's stock.
The exploration and production company has a weakened chart and was downgraded by TheStreet.
BMY is likely to retest the $55 level and could ease to $50, but a deeper decline does not seem imminent. 
We only want to recommend the strongest looking stocks in a weak market environment and PepsiCo just doesn't make the cut.
Let the market tell us what the stock wants to do. 
 We have our sights set on further gains into the $85 to $90 area.
Is there a tradable low on the horizon in oil?
Shares of the electric company could be heading to the $60 area. 

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