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    Default Any comments on FORD (Nasdaq)?

    I would love to hear any comments on FORD (Forward Industries). It made a new high earlier today but closed below it.

    Any technical opinions on it?

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    I owned this stock about 3 times, but missed the big run-up

    Right now I'm either looking for a pullback to the 13.xx area or if it breaks the 17's then I may chase it.

    Also, lookout for the doubletop, it may be a short play if that is the case.

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    Chart shows set up for aggressive shorts off the MSH on FORD. They will not play with it if it pops up.
    Last edited by Runner; 04-25-2005 at 09:13 PM.

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    Default FORD - when good to buy back?

    Luckily, I sold all of my FORD today at near 16.90 before the 3pm "breakdown".

    I am thinking about going long again in the mid 13's - around the 10-day moving avg.

    Whats your thoughts?

    Thanks for the past GREAT ANALYSYS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystiky
    Luckily, I sold all of my FORD today at near 16.90 before the 3pm "breakdown".

    I am thinking about going long again in the mid 13's - around the 10-day moving avg.

    Whats your thoughts?

    Thanks for the past GREAT ANALYSYS!
    My thoughts are I lost .25 sh on it today trying to be cute and buy a bounce at 15.20...but it was a lunch money play...worth a shot...I like to to that sometimes when I'm bored.
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    I値l keep it on my radar for a while. I知 thinking the N34 target may have been on the money, but we shall see. I知 looking for an impulse wave down trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runner
    I値l keep it on my radar for a while. I知 thinking the N34 target may have been on the money, but we shall see. I知 looking for an impulse wave down trigger.
    Runner, speak english! LOL

    I don't understand you lingo...

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