A strong upward long-term trend, the price is making higher tops and higher bottoms. The price has reached the main support of the upward movement and has failed to pass below it, indicating that bears have no power to continue the downward movement. Shaped figure Head and Shoulders but unsuccessful activation - the figure spoils. The price remains above the SMA 200 - positive signal. TD Demarker, is not in an overpriced or sold area - it does not give clear signals. After closing the current bar, Pin bar will be formed, which is considered a price action signal. EPS (earnings per share) $ 14.35. The company is a dividend. The latest 4 fiscal reports have surpassed analysts' expectations. The company is well suited for a loaning position, and to minimize the risk, we can wait for a correction to the current bar.
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