technical analysis

Technicals show a classic head-and-shoulders pattern.
The technicals show a bull case and a bear case.
Three charts indicate upside potential for the downtrodden investment class.
A close for TILE under $23 provides a short trade setup.
Travelers, Chubb, and Everest Re are insurance names worthy of further fundamental inspection.
With a pending merger pushing the stock, the technical picture still looks strong.
I remain a day timeframe trader in the energy sector for now.
Judging from the Japanese candlestick pattern that goes by the name of 8 to 10 record lows, crude oil could sink further.
In the years ahead, food could be rationed by higher prices and fertilizer demand could rise; those companies will benefit.
The Shanghai Composite has retraced two-thirds of its advance from a year ago and could erase all its gains.

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