Shares of Snap SNAP were upgraded by a sell-side firm so let's check and see if the charts agree. We reviewed SNAP on November 17 and wrote that "SNAP could bounce to $62 but traders should anticipate resistance around $65 - the middle of the long red candle. SNAP is going to need a long repair process - backing and filling some traders call it - before renewed gains are possible."
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