Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC) after a big price and volume surge in December, the stock has gone sideways and consolidated in the 35-36.3 trading range. Yesterday, it closed just slightly below its the upper line of the consolidation range, which if broken could accelerate the price toward its August highs around the 37 area.
This is a guest post by António Costa, acclaimed trader and the popular author of AC Investor Blog
Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) after a big price and volume surge in mid-July, has gone sideways and
consolidated in a rectangle pattern in the 5.85-6.32 trading range. On Friday, the stock finally broke the top line of the trading range on decent volume and I expect more upside pressure in the coming days.
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