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  • spencer_has_arrived spencer_has_arrived Oct 26, 2012 10:46 AM Flag

    LTS Forms Bullish Falling Wedge Pattern on the 25th october

    Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. (NYSE:LTS) is currently trading at $1.26 up 0.00% in today's trading. LTS is trading -6.72% below its 50 day moving average and -23.39% below its 200 day moving average. LTS is -57.14% below its 52-week high and 3.28% above its 52-week low.
    Falling Wedge (Also called a downward wedge)
    When this pattern is on an uptrend market, it is counted as bullish. As the market range becomes narrower into the correction, this indicates that the downward trend is losing steam and the uptrend is expected to continue soon.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Craig- LTS BUYS other companies, not their own stock. I don't want gains on "accounting tricks", I just want them to keep growing by rolling up companies. There is NO INCREASE IN REVENUE under your plan, just an increase in profit or loss per individual share.

      Spenser-You have to have a NEGATIVE guy on the Board. It's a Yahoo Rule from Jerry Yang's days! So we have Craig.....

    • as i have posted in the past LTS is still in a multi year uptrend even though we are still tapping the lower end of support in that pattern.... A GOOD quarterly could do wonders. Going to $3 and with a certain short position still stuck with over 4 million shares..... going to over $5 soon.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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