Bed, Bath & Breakout

Shares of Bad Bath & Beyond (BBBY) have been treading water for more than eight weeks. This narrow consolidation began the day after the stock exploded to the upside following a better-than-expected second-quarter report on Sept. 26. BBBY jumped more than 4.5% on the news but was unable to make headway as the month came to as close.

In early October the stock filled the earnings-inspired gap, confirming the $75 area as key support. As the month wore on, BBBY remained in a tight range. This continued into November and included a retest of gap support. A few days later, the stock returned to the top of the consolidation pattern but again failed to extend the range. With a four-day rally under its belt, BBBY may soon end this sideways trade with an upside breakout....105 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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