Most of the others had charts that were already clearly moving counter to their bull signals. The one symbol whose chart clearly matched the signal was NSR, which moved below its 20-day price channel, sending a bear signal.
Three others, HURN, ISBC and ANIP, sent bull signals and have fairly bullish charts, but with enough hook on the end that in each might still be the beginnings of a correction. They're ambiguous.
I tossed ISBC because it has a bearish rating from Zacks Investment Research, which is contrary to its signal.
HURN and ANIP have bullish ratings with bull signals.
NSR, the potential bear play, is rated neutral and has options with a number strikes carrying three-figure open interest. However, the front-month at-the-money bid/ask spread on puts is 13% plus change, and I generally like to keep it in the single digits.
Even so, the chart has some interest, and I'll do an analysis of NSR as a potential bear play, posting it prior to the closing bell.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, June 10, 2014
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