Charting Two Online Earnings Plays
Amazon (AMZN) is the little book engine that could. Granted, the headline numbers made the results look pretty bad, but overall, this is one that always has me scratching my head.
I wouldn't be greedy here if I were in a bullish position which benefited from earnings. The stock is hitting resistance at the bullish upside target from the earnings chart yesterday. Ironically, we hit both the upside and the downside target, as the stock initially spiked lower to $202 on the headline results. Believe it or not, this happens more than you might think. It isn't like it happens all the time, but I see this once or twice per earnings season, which to me is far more common than I would expect. At this point, I expect Amazon to fall back into the current channel and consolidate a bit longer as traders and investments weight whether Amazon is really worth these multiples....201 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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