technical analysis

They've rallied off $85 level several times.
Let the charts explain.
The oil giant's chart isn't yelling "Sell Me," but everything is not bullish, either.
Weakening momentum warns that the rebound in the oil giant's shares may be waning.
Charts are pointed higher.
The stock is testing its November peak.
Longer-term investors may look to 'get even' as the stock hits the $35-$42 zone.
Both companies deviate from the earnings norm.
But a close back below $13.25 would upset the current bullish outlook.
Instead, let's look at some charts.

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