technical analysis

Turn the heat down on the frying pan.
TOL is back in focus with a downgrade from our quantitative service.
Poised to move higher, with dollar weakness being the key.
The stock has weakened this month and there are no signs of improvement.
A close below $53 may be enough to get the bear out of hibernation.
DB's technicals look weak, but so do those of major U.S. banks.
Thermo Fisher is looking bullish, while Blue Buffalo goes the other way.
The stock has been trending lower -- a close below key support is anticipated.
An improving chart and quant upgrade suggest it's time for FIT to get pumped up.
Proper short-interest analysis may help you get the direction right, but it does not give you any help on the extent of a move.

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