technical analysis

Chart readings reflect a bullish combination of positive price momentum supported by positive money flow.
These stocks have been on a high since we last wrote about them.
The technical signs say any further upside reward in the payments company is dwarfed by a significant downside risk.
Recent improvement of some of our technical indicators suggest an upside breakout.
Recovery has been very slow.
Charts suggest that JNJ has further downside risk.
Is the upside gap on AXP the start of a sustained move up?
Give the stock some more time to stabilize and find fresh buying interest.
Unless prices quickly reverse and break back below $114, we are likely to see a high-level consolidation.
Charts signal a price target between $880 and $1,040?

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