One, RWLK with a bear signal, has no options and so should not have made the finals.
Four failed confirmation by moving back within their 20-day price channels: AMZN, EWP, MRKT and PPG.
Five have insufficient open interest on their options to provide leverage and hedging ability in a position: RYAM, IPXL, CHUY, SMH and BTI.
That leaves BHP as a potential bear play.
Although BHP broke below its 20-day price channel, the price remains above resistance on the chart, at $42.92. Pending a break below that level, I am adding BHP to my Watchlist with the following alert:
- BHP, <42.92
I plan no further analysis today based on Wednesday's markets.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, March 12, 2015
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