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The charts of the online loan marketplace indicate its shares should head higher with a $500 price target.
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Let's check out the latest charts and indicators to see if they suggest anything new.
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TREE shows less resistance on the upside and that could be the course of least resistance.
Despite its 20-year history and proven business model, the online marketplace for loans is one of the most shorted companies on the Nasdaq.
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There is some support around $60, but if that gives way the next chart point to consider is the $45 area.
The overall impression these deep thinkers give is that it's a sluggish market and to tread carefully.
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