Home Depot: Poised for a ST bounce (& maybe a LT rally).

Home Depot (HD) has become very oversold on a short-term basis. A 9% decline in less than a week has taken its RSI chart on HD to an oversold level...at a time that it is also testing its trend-line from last December. So it should bounce off of that trend-line and see a short-term bounce.

On top of this, other assets...whose correlation with HD...are testing (or very close to testing) very important resistance levels. Therefore, if these other assets (LOW, lumber and the ITB home construction ETF) can indeed break meaningfully above these key resistance levels, HD should follow them higher on a longer-term basis as well.

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Matthew J. Maley

Managing Director

Chief Market Strategist

Miller Tabak + Co., LLC

Founder, The Maley Report


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Newton, MA 02466



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Posted to The Maley Report on Nov 26, 2019 — 9:11 AM
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