technical analysis

Technicals show the stock should take the path of least resistance, and right now that appears to be on the upside.
With no top in sight, we remain bulls on this name.
Tech stock is up 10% in a week, but looks ready to move higher.
A classic bullish divergence in technicals points to a turning point.
This stock's chart has entered some troubling territory.
We are encouraged by the short-term indicators foreshadowing a turn to the upside and the stock's positioning back to key support.
Bullish volume points to an upside breakout that could be coming soon.
A reminder to view all rallies as highly suspect for now.
It was a good first step and may be a sign to slowly look to bullish positions.
As long as the Es continue to close of its shortest EMAs.

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