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  • Bearish Signals Point To New Lows For AIG

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...After a very short oversold bounce, a host of short-term bearish indications surfaced on the AIG chart, and the stock looks like it is headed for new lows.

  • Boeing Soars To New Multiyear High

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Shares of Boeing Company continue to gain altitude, setting yet another new multiyear high.

  • CNET Breaks Out To New 52-Week Highs

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks breaking out of consolidation or continuation patterns are always the surest trades. In this example, CNET breaks out of a flag pattern on very heavy volume to hit new 52-week highs.

  • Halliburton Breaks To New 52-Week High

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...After three weeks of range-bound price action, shares of Halliburton have just made a decisively bullish breakout.

  • Inco Breaking Out To New Highs

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Inco's recent breakout on big volume argues for continued strength over the next few months.

  • SanDisk: Surging To New Highs

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Shares of SanDisk are surging higher again, making a near-term covered call play attractive.

  • Semiconductor Index Retracing To New Support?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Is the Semiconductor Index likely to test the newly formed support or plunge further? Is this corrective rally suitable to trigger fresh long positions?

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