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Article Archive For Keyword: To Hold

  • Alcoa Fails To Hold Breakout

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Alcoa, which was profiled in late September with a triangle pattern, went on to break triangle resistance, but failed to hold this breakout. A reassessment is in order.

  • Borg Warner Fails To Hold Breakout

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Borg Warner broke down on the daily chart, and this reversal paves the way for a bigger bearish reversal pattern on the weekly chart.

  • DBC Fails To Hold Lifetime High

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The breakout leads the DB Commodities Tracking Index Fund to a lifetime high. The index slipped below the new high and the slide may continue on weak trend notes.

  • DELL Continues to Hold Strong

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Despite weakness in the Nasdaq, Dell Inc. (DELL) remains within striking distance of its October high and shows good relative strength.

  • MU Tries To Hold Breakout

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Micron Tech broke double-bottom resistance, but met resistance at the 200-day, and the breakout is getting a serious test.

  • Time For Intel To Hold Or Fold

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...A recent breakout on good volume bodes well for Intel as long as key support holds.

  • When To Hold 'Em And When To Fold 'Em

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Knowing when to hold a stock is important, but it is absolutely critical to know when to sell them.






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