A Great Time to Wade In

Last week's pullback pushed some great stocks down from their highs, and created a few buying opportunities in the process. A healthy pullback helps create the type of market behavior we like to see: Good stocks become cheaper not because of any company-specific issue, but due to normal profit-taking.

This morning's charts give several good examples. One in particular that looks attractive is Dunkin Brands (DNKN), which has pulled back on light volume (shaded yellow) from last month's all-time closing high of $49.22. While it's true that the stock is currently under its 50-day moving average (blue), it has formed a bullish ascending triangle pattern. This projects a move to $53.50, a bounce of about 12%....302 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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