( click to enlarge ) Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) broke out from a falling wedge on high-volume. It could now target its 50-day SMA which is at $27.86. MACD crossover today. Stop 25
( click to enlarge ) Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE:BBY) had a strong day and broke through its resistance line of two weeks correction. The volume confirmed the breakout, as it was greater than average. This momentum could push this stock much higher from here, so keep BBY on your radar for Friday’s trading day, as there is good upside potential in this move. ( click to enlarge ) Invesco Ltd. (NYSE:IVZ) Looks to have a bull flag formation on it here. Buy point would be on the day it blows through $29 on heavy volume. ( click to enlarge ) Vical Incorporated (NASDAQ:VICL) Could be a high flyer on breakout, look for break above $4.3 to enter longs. ( click to enlarge ) J.C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE:JCP) made a strong upside reversal today. The technical daily chart suggests that stock might find now resistance at $15.3 (50-day MA). Only a close above this level would suggest further upside. ( click to enlarge ) Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE:LVS) Needs to hold the 50-day moving average at $52.81 and as long as it holds on closing basis the downside is limited. From the technical analysis perspective, the outlook for the stock is relatively bearish. MACD and RSI charts are flashing bearish signal. This will be a stock to watch tomorrow. 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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