|Day Low/High||18.27 / 18.72|
|52 Wk Low/High||13.44 / 19.45|
Let's check out the charts of FHN before its earnings report this week.
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The bank holding company's charts indicate now is not the time to take a long position in the stock.
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The fundamentals may be constructive but the charts and indicators of the regional bank are not particularly compelling.
But FHN bank CEO Bryan Jordan faces a big challenge in getting investors to recognize that fact.
FHN announced earlier this week it is merging with Iberia Bank.
What the charts say and how to play FHN stock.
From Hawaii to Rhode Island and in between, investors should look to take advantage of lesser-known opportunities in local and regional bank names.
FHN may be a good story, but the charts tell a different tale.
The shift from regional to national banks is stark.
Let's spend some time with the charts and indicators.
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Americans suddenly seem more enthusiastic.
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FHN could achieve higher highs in the long term, but it looks vulnerable to further short-term declines.
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