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While Abbott's charts are not screaming sells, there are enough signals to suggest a cautious approach to earnings.
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Earnings have been strong, and analysts will soon start to concentrate more on actual weakness than shadow-boxing weakness.
If you are long ABT continue to hold and raise sell stop protection to a close below $59 or where the 200-day moving average line intersects.
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ABT has been in a strong and durable uptrend and that is likely to continue.
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Stay long, and consider raising sell-stop protection to a close below $50.
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