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After a rough April, AMD's latest surge is tradable but no sure thing.
A close above $13.50 should get some follow-through buying, and a close below $12.75 may produce a retest of the $12.25 area.
The metamorphosis is totally deserving, giving how the earnings, revenues and forecasts vastly exceeded expectations.
If AMD and Nvidia follow their old patterns, a better price could await.
Some of my favorite names have been inconsistent.
Look out below?
What helped to fuel the rise was that negativity had been building.
I think caution is warranted if we rally again like this.
Banks, tech and healthcare are all seeing renewed buying.

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