I usually start the new year by making some predictions, but so many others have been writing about 2018 trends that I’m not going to. There are four big things for 2018 from a FinTech viewpoint that are obvious to me however, which are:These four big things are trends rather than predictions, and I’ve decided that predictions are no longer relevant. After all, who wants to predict the price of a bitcoin? Who had any idea it would rise from under $1,000 to $20,000 a coin last year?
We looked at the charts and indicators of Intel Corp. (INTC) back in early November. At that time we said, "In our last review of INTC we suggested a $50 price target and that is coming up relatively fast. A second, longer-term price target in the $73-$75 area can also be projected. Holders of INTC should stay long and raise sell stops to a close below $43 now. Our targets are $50 and then the $75 area."
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