In this analysis you can find the companies that showed one of the following technical patterns appeared today:
- REBOUND from Trend-Line
- REBOUND from Simple Moving Averages 50 or 200 periods
- REBOUND from Support
- REBOUND from Resistance
Within each of the 4 sections you will find a more complete explanation.
None of the patterns below guarantee success because there may be false rebounds. These are only operational ideas and it is recommended to combine other analyzes (fundamental or volumes) for greater effectiveness.
Potentially BULLISH signals
REBOUND from RISING Trend-Line
It represents an event in which the share price is bouncing away from a trend-line that has supported recent price growth. So it can be a point where the stock price starts to rise again following its main positive trend.
Federal Signal Corp (FSS)
Norbord Inc (OSB)
REBOUND from POSITIVE Simple Moving Averages 50 (red line) or 200 (black line) periods
It represents an event in which the share price is falling and is bounced off the simple moving average at 50 (red line) or 200 (black line) periods which is notoriously a support point. Therefore it can represent a point of increase of the share price in the next sessions.
Alamo Group (ALG)
FMC Corp (FMC)
REBOUND from Support
It represents an event in which the share price is falling and is bounced off a price level that in the past had stopped its decline. Therefore it can represent a point of increase of the share price in the next sessions.
Harsco Corp (HSC)
Potentially BEARISH signals
REBOUND from Resistance
It represents an event in which the share price is rising and is found to be rejected near a price level that had already stopped its growth in the past. Therefore it can represent a point of descent of the share price in the next sessions.
Royal Gold (RLD)
PGT Innovations (PGTI)
*Charts by Tradingview.com
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This analysis takes very interesting patterns into consideration, but if you are also interested in analysis of company fundamentals, I refer you to my Score-Card analysis here.
DISCLAIMER: The information in this blog post represents my own analysis/opinions and does not contain a recommendation for any particular security or investment.