Dump Whole Foods Before It Spoils Your Portfolio

Last October, with the herd hating Whole Foods Market (WFM) , after the company's shares had fallen from the 2013 all-time high near $62 to the 2016 low near $28, our DSE (decision support engine) issued a buy signal that we published in these pages for Real Money subscribers. Our conclusion was, "In price terms, the $20s should be used to end your selling actions, and begin buying actions. In the next few weeks to months, some news will arrive to justify the forecast, which as you can see from the blue arrow, points dramatically higher."

The weekly bar chart in that analysis pointed to $45 as an eventual target. As of the past few days, price has been probing the $37s, which is 32% above the buy signal issued at $28....443 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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