Factor looks at the charts of two big names — Intel and Walmart


The monthly chart of these two companies are extremely constructive, calling for further advances

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The long-term charts of both companies have only recently completed sizable continuation chart configurations.

The gap up on $WMT on Nov 13 now unquestionably appears to have been a breakaway or measuring gap. It is unlikely that a serious sell-off can occur in this stock. In fact, any weakness back toward $82 would be an excellent buying opportunity with a minimum target of $105.




The dominant chart construction in $INTC is the mid-2014 completion of a 13+ year base. A base of this magnitude typically propels a bull trend that lasts a minimum of five years. The minimum target for Intel is $44.37, although a test of the highs in the mid  $50s is quite likely. Note that the market last Friday



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Credits: Hats of to Ko and R.P. for alerting us to these stocks.