All three symbols had given bull signals.
The last stock standing is the Georgia-based electronic payments processing company Global Payments Inc. (GPN).
The other finalist, the Texas-based electric utility Dynegy Inc. (DYN), has a bearish chart that appears to be in the midst of a relatively near term counter-trend correction, and so I judge it not to be a good prospect.
GPN, on the other hand, has a decidedly bullish chart, with the preset rise pushing the price up to a new high. I'll do a full analysis of GPN and post it prior to the closing bell today.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, Oct. 6, 2014
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