technical analysis

The chart is still positive, a breakout could occur at any time.
The slope is poised to turn positive.
Watch out for currency and earnings moves this week. 
April Was a great month for stocks that you couldn't give away at the end of 2015. 
These are the two weekly charts I favor most.
WMT could drop further into the $65 to $60 area.
Consider a sell stop below $125 to avoid giving back some of your gains.
Try this low-stress approach to trade after earnings are reported.
It may not be able to maintain its impressive rise.
With resistance at $10, the rally seems to be over.

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