Kirby Corp. declined from $124.12 to $44.63 below its falling 40-week Moving Average (40wMA - A-B). From January 2016 onward, it developed a technical pattern referred to as an "ascending triangle", which consists of a rising uptrend line (see dashed line) and a flat top line (see dotted line). The breakout from this pattern (C) signaled the beginning of a major up-leg. The stock was recently subject to some minor profit taking (D) and found support near $70-72.
Nike Inc. rallied from US$35.30 to US$68.19 (A-B) above its rising 40-week Moving Average (40wMA) and above a rising trend-line (dotted line). In early 2016, the stock fell below its average and the rising trend-line and stayed in a wide horizontal trading range mostly between US$50 and US$60 (dashed lines). The recent rise above US$60 signalled a breakout from this range, renewed investor interest and the start of a new major up-leg (C).
Total Energy Services Inc. had a sharp decline from $24.00 to $12.10 (A-B) followed by a recovery rally to $17.46 (C). It then settled in a bullish technical pattern known as a "W" formation (dashed lines). A rise above $15.50-16.00 (dotted line) would signal a breakout from the bullish pattern and the start of a new up-leg. The stock is currently in the midst of a minor correction toward its 40-week Moving Average (40wMA) where it appears to have found support (D).
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Selecting a term
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