IBM: Big Blue's Bounce Should Begin Soon

If you missed the opportunities to exit IBM (IBM) this year near $170, as our objective DSE (decision support engine) warned both in January and April in these pages, it's no longer the time to use selling actions in this stock. After the past six months of decline, nearly from the day we warned on Jan. 16, 2017 that "IBM Should Be Sold This Month," the slide from the $180 level is exhausting itself into the current price zone surrounding $142 +/- $4.

By reviewing those two analyses, you can re-acquaint yourself with some of the indicators that causes the DSE to forecast approximately when the current trend is ending, and when and where the upcoming trend is about to get to -- allowing probability-ranked outcomes to be identified, and entry and exit points calculated....507 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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