( click to enlarge ) Ebix Inc (NASDAQ:EBIX) looks like it wants to break out from a base formation. The daily technical chart shows good signs, we're in a short term upward trend with the MACD positive/rising and with CMF rising nicely too.
From a fundamental standpoint the stock has a PE of 9 and a PEG of just 0.46. The short interest is about 36.30% of the float and it's supposed to take about 32 days to cover it, so a Huge squeeze is also possible. Keep EBIX on your radar screens. ( click to enlarge ) Pharmacyclics, Inc. (NASDAQ:PCYC) has been consolidating in the range of 67.5-72 from past few sessions on low volume forming a bull flag pattern on the daily chart. Fresh long should be made only when the stock closes above $72 with an up candle. ( click to enlarge ) Two Harbors Investment Corp (NYSE:TWO) looks poised for a break to the upside. Waiting for a break above the 12.55 level for a long position. Price will continue to move up as long as it sustains above the 20-day EMA. ( click to enlarge ) Eagle Materials, Inc.(NYSE:EXP) is building an optimistic pattern under resistance at $67, watch the stock closely here for a break through that price level as a cue that the stock wants to go higher. Initial support at $64.50 ( click to enlarge ) Oil States International, Inc. (NYSE:OIS) has consolidated sideways for the past several sessions. Breakout watch over $79 During the day I tweet many times to my readers. I encourage everybody to subscribe AC Investor Blog twitter and newsletter, so you can receive my trade ideas and stock news in real time.
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