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mesa613



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2006 5:16 pm    Post subject: yum Reply with quote

Do you think there is much upside in YUM right now? It appears to be supporting on the 20 dma and is sitting on the 50 dma but I think it could get caught at 49 (which is not much) should it go higher in the next couple of days. At the same time, although I'm not too familiar with Elliott wave theory, I think I can see a little wave 5 in the making (of course I could be totally off base with that Razz ). Perhaps that might mean there's more upside than I think in this one?

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance
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rm



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2006 6:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's a little too long term for me. I see it trending up, and pulling back which looks good if I was interested in buying more on the pull backs.
It is up over three dollars for this month but it seems that it could be at some stumbling blocks that it hasn't had to get past this month.
It's got the 50 ma and the 200 ma with one in between at around 48.60.

The 200 ma is around the 49.13 which is only going to give up a dollar from where it's at now.
The chart looks like it's been one big struggle after another for quite sometime. And with the markets being as choppy as they've been and with this stock being on the higher priced end, one dollar's not much.

Then if it does go past the 200 ma all's I see is bump after bump for just a little change and not much dollars.

But, I guess I could've said "No, I don't see much upside to this one" boy that would've been shorter wouldn't it've Very Happy

But, I really love analyzing charts, it helps me learn, so thanks for asking.

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