technical analysis

Believe it or not, the Brazilian ETF begins to look better.
It would not be hard to imagine that the next test breaks the $100 support area.
Technicals makes the chart look toppy. 
 A rally to $19 could ensue.
Watch for a breakout on price, or 2 secondary indicators.
We would look to go long VA on a $39 buy-stop using a $34 sell-stop. 
A push above $115 should be very exciting.
We would buy lightly on this current weakness and add to longs above $300.
CAT not going down on bearish news gets us closer to a bottom and buy recommendation.
Fundamentals trumped technical analysis in a big way.

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