INTC, with high odds of success, was as candidate for a directional trade after giving a bull signal. However, it failed to follow through with a further rise.
ORCL, with low odds of success, was a candidate for a direction-neutral trade after giving a bull signal. However, it continued to rise to a higher high, and so is disqualified.
I've completed the analysis of two trades coinciding with earnings announcements and plan to analyze two more. Read the XOM and COP analysis here. YELP and CELG still to come.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 29, 2015References
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