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justasklee 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 4, 2014 10:47 AM Member since: Feb 8, 2013
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  • Harry has posted a Charts of the Day video on KNDI at TheTechTrader site noting: Kandi Technolgies Group, Inc. (KNDI) moved up on the intraday chart to a new all-time high at 17.33. That was the strongest closing high on this chart ever, closing just nine cents off the high, on 2.9 million shares. It’s acting well, and looks like it wants to be a much bigger player. Look for it to run up to the low 20’s short-term, the mid 20’s intermediate-term, and then up to 28-30 long-term.

  • Harry has posted a Charts of the Day video on ITMN at TheTechTrader site noting: InterMune Inc. (ITMN) had a snapback on Monday of 1.25, or 4%, on 3 million shares. It has evolved into a mini basing pattern. If it can breakout above the 32 range and the volume picks up, it should be able to run up to retest 37-8 short-term, and then to the mid-to-high 40’s.

  • Harry has posted a Charts of the Day video on CARA at TheTechTrader site noting: Cara Therapeutics Inc. (CARA) is a new IPO. It has been moving up nicely, and on Monday, it went from 18.10 to 22.94, closing at 21.28, up 2.40, or 127%, on 654,900 shares traded. That’s the second biggest volume since the IPO day. It could extend, and looks like it may have more to go, maybe into the 20’s.

  • Harry has posted a Charts of the Day video on BIOF at TheTechTrader site noting: BioFuel Energy Corp. (BIOF) has had an interesting pattern develop. It had a big pop two days ago, it pulled back on Friday, and on Monday, it went from 2.75 to 3.60 before pulling back to 3.39, up 48 cents, or 16 1/2%, on 1.1 million shares. The key is the 4-4.10 level, which is the short-term target. If it gets above that, look for something up around 4 3/4-5.

  • Will Today's Recovery Rally in the SPY Have Staying Power? The fascinating aspect to the enclosed SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) chart is that the pattern continues to exhibit a series of lower lows and lower highs, despite intervening powerful recovery rally efforts of 1.2% to 1.8% off of each respective low since Monday morning.

    This is very perverse action because it gives the illusion that “buying-the-dip” is still a viable strategy, yet the fact is, the SPY is in a dominant near-term downtrend.

    Unless and until the SPY can claw its way above the prior rally peak at 17.81 from yesterday’s, the downtrend will remain intact, and false hope on the upside will continue to be problematic.

    Today’s last hour of trading will be extremely important, especially if the SPY cannot hold or extend its early recovery.

    Also because end-month selling just might be a factor.

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