Three Bullish Setups Hiding in Plain Sight

There are and always will be stocks that have good chart setups, whether bullish or bearish. There are and always will be stocks that trade at a discount to their growth rates, and those that trade at a premium. I spent part of the weekend scanning for companies with good growth rates that trade at a reasonable valuation, and then searched within the results of that scan to find the best-looking charts. The results revealed some bullish technical patterns among a number of disparate stocks.

My good buddy Robert Lang has been all over the fertilizer sector, and on more than one occasion he has mentioned Agrium (AGU). While Potash (POT) and Mosaic (MOS) have temporarily lost their mojo, Agrium has formed an ascending triangle within an uptrend....325 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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