technical analysis

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.
XIV is one of the few ways you can apply TA to sentiment.
DLR looks strong as long as it stays above $90.
Look for GPN to rally to the mid-$80s, but a close below $70 would be a bearish signal.


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