|Day Low/High||24.46 / 25.91|
|52 Wk Low/High||17.95 / 26.99|
Here are the key price levels to watch for the stock.
Eight of the 11 SPDR sector ETFs closed in the green on Monday, this time led by Materials, Discretionaries, and Financials.
The charts of MAT have swung from bullish to bearish and back again.
Never mind what your kids say, here's what the charts say about this toymaker.
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These names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
It appears buyers of the toymaker's stock have been more aggressive of late based on its charts.
MAT is losing trend strength and need some sideways action to renew the trend. Hold longs and keep your sell stop in place.
Traders long MAT from late October can continue to hold those positions but raise sell stops.
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The toymaker's charts indicate that prices and volume are firming.
A couple key charts indicate there has not been aggressive buying of the toymaker's stock, which would suggest sideways price action.
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Its charts indicate that traders of the toymaker's shares have turned into aggressive sellers of the stock in recent weeks.
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I'd say the action of the past month indicates a short-term bottom is now in place and the next move is higher.
Plus, value stocks have not fared as well as growth stocks looking back over the last year.
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