Yes, These Could Charge Even Higher

The markets are just loaded with stocks that either have broken out across multiple time frames or are about to do so. You should be hunting these stocks down because, when break outs occur over multiple time frames in a supportive market environment -- such as what we're seeing now -- the price surge usually sticks and brings the price higher still. I'll show an example of what I am talking about and then list a number of stocks that are doing just that.

Let's look at a well-known stock for our example: Estee Lauder (EL). This company, as you're probably aware, is part of the personal-products subsector that rests within the larger retail sector. The stock charts for Estee Lauder show potential breakouts on the short- and intermediate-term time frames. If it breaks out on one, it will break out on both. Here are the two charts displaying that setup....312 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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