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  • opalockamishabob opalockamishabob Oct 4, 2012 3:44 PM Flag

    Technically Speaking...

    Draw a "trend line" across the tops from September 14th to October 2nd and then draw a line under the lows from August 2nd to September 26th.

    The Bollinger Bands are pointing to a "squeeze" coming very shortly...perhaps early next week.

    What d'ya get?

    You get a breakdown at $24 and a break out at $25. Current indicators are favoring a breakout...all but one.

    The money flow is declining. No stock that I've ever owned breaks out on an OUTflow of capital.

    Once again, next week should prove most enlightening...

    I may not be around tomorrow, so I will bid you all a wonderful and joyous weekend!

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    • NUAN closed a lot closer to the low of the day [remember lower lows?] than the high. Institutions are now chasing YIELD and are turning away from GROWTH; NUAN could go lower still.

      Saving grace? NUAN did halt its decline right at the August 31st low of $23.27...but a butterfly sneeze could move this stock lower now.

      There is some support at $22.82.

    • Depending upon where today's close rests, there could very well be a bounce from this double bottom. However, remember that previous highs will always dictate [to a great degree] how far that bounce rises, before NUAN capitulates to the HFT game and ultimately falls to support.

      Lower highs and lower lows dominate the chart currently and will remain so until some "unknown" factor[s] bring NUAN out of its malaise.

      No telling how long that rescue will take.

 
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