October 4, 2016

Continued Rise Seen in Datalink Corporation

The stocks of Datalink Corporation (DTLK), one of the largest data center solutions provider in the US, broke out from a 14-month cup and handle formation last August as for my technical analysis. Gauging the size of the mentioned chart pattern and added to the break out point, a target price of around $13.74 could be aimed for.

October 2, 2016

FIT (Fitbit Inc.) Enough?

After a downhill of almost a year for the stocks of Fitbit Inc. (FIT), known for making activity-tracking wearable devices, hit an all-time low of $11.65 last June. From there on, it just started moving sideways on which a trading range was established.

October 1, 2016

Spotting Some Action With GoPro Inc. (GPRO)

The stock price of GoPro, Inc. (GPRO), manufacturer of action cameras and developer of mobile apps and video editing software, made an all-time low of $8.62 last May. On a positive note, GPRO could be bottoming out given its current chart setup.

September 25, 2016

Heat Biologics Inc (HTBX) Bottoming Out??

The stocks of Heat Biologics Inc (HTBX), after dropping to an all-time low last May, might be bottoming out given the current chart setup. By the way, this company is a US biotechnology company focused on developing immunotherapy.

October 4, 2013

More Upside Seen in Och-Ziff Capital Management (OZM)!

Based on my technical analysis, Och-Ziff Capital Management (OZM) broke out from an 18-month inverted head and shoulders last April.

February 14, 2011

Sweeten Up Your Valentine's Day: The Hershey Company (HSY)

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! I know you guys want to kiss those who you like and I know there's something more on your mind. If that's the case, for the receivers, take it as a compliment. Since it's the day of hearts, let's tackle something sweet and my best choice is The Hershey Company (HSY) who manufactures chocolate and sugar confectionery products worldwide. I'll tell you why shortly.

January 7, 2011

American Express (AXP) Keeps You Shopping!!

Looks like heavy promotional activity like big discounts spurred shopping traffic last year and many people have been using credit cards. I’m most likely sure you’re one of them my friend! The more credit cards being used, the more profits credit card companies make. Consumer spending increased during the holidays to buy gifts or whatever is needed for Christmas. More shopping means more chances of using credit cards. Given the fact that unemployment claims have been settling since mid of 2009, credit card companies have better reasons to offer credit cards to consumers because if more people have jobs, more people make money. Thus, people have better spending ability and if they use credit cards, they can most likely pay it off with their salary. Since American Express Company (AXP) is one of the biggest credit/charge card company out there, it sure gets a big piece of the “credit card spending” pie.