LNN To Resume Uptrend

A continuation symmetrical triangle pattern began developing around mid-December in Lindsay Corporation (LNN).

The price consolidated sideways between two converging boundary lines, until it met support from an intermediate rising trend line.

The rising support of the trend line encouraged a breakaway gap last Tuesday, triggering the pattern. Two days later the price retested the upper boundary line of the pattern and held.

The chart below illustrates the breakout and retest of the symmetrical triangle pattern. In addition, the intermediate rising trend line is indicated, which may be used for protective and trail stops.

Target:  $81.50, Protective Stops: confirmed move back below the upper boundary line and/or the intermediate rising trend line. Trail Stop:  confirmed move below the rising trend line.


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