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The production cuts are more of a marketing campaign than a real shift in oil supply, and they're likely to backfire.
Based on a failed breakout and the size and shape of this stock's chart pattern, a big drop coming.
While the sector is hanging on by a thread, shares of this company have already started breaking down.
Shares reversed lower after an earnings-induced rally, signaling something is not right with this restaurant stock.
It's not often we find a stock trading nearly 20% off its 52-week high in this market, and the technicals say it's headed even lower.
Similar patterns have led to big declines in other names in the sector, and it looks like this one's drop is just getting started.
Shares may have popped on yet another product announcement, but the charts tell us it's time to sell.
A rising interest rate environment creates a bearish case for this group, and I've found a trade to capitalize on this scenario.
Shares are on the verge of breaking down through support and could return double-digit profits for short sellers.