Electronic Arts (EA) has had a good run, but lately the stock looks vulnerable.
EA, chart above, is still above its rising 200-day moving average, but the 50-day average is moving sideways or neutral. The On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line has been stalled since July. The Moving Average Convergence Divergence oscillator is neutral, at best. If EA breaks below $65, it will turn things very negative as that would break the 200-day moving average and nearby chart support.
In this longer-term view of EA, chart above, EA has been touching/testing the 40-week moving average for a number of weeks. The OBV line is flat on this time frame. The MACD oscillator gave a "take profits on longs" signal and is rapidly headed down to the zero line for a sell signal. Chart support? I see some at $60 and more in the upper $50s.