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Above The 40 – A Flash Resolution To Bearish Divergence
Article By: Dr. Duru
Monday, November 13, 2017 5:20 AM EST
It was by the slimmest of margins, but the S&P 500 (SPY) finally ended the last week with a loss. After 8 straight weeks of gains, the index closed the last week with a 0.2% loss as Friday slipped by 0.1%.
In this article: CAT, X, DATA, DXCM, TEVA, ZNGA, IWM, SPY, XLF, APRN, VIX, LOCO, AMC, PRGB, PI Also: AGN
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Above The 40 – The S&P 500 Again Skirts Past A Bearish Divergence
Article By: Dr. Duru
Monday, May 8, 2017 4:00 AM EST
In the wake of the U.S. jobs report for April, the S&P 500 notched a fresh (marginal) all-time high. As I have noted before, I am gratified to see a market that actually rallies on good news.
In this article: LOCO, UVXY, QQQ, CTSH, SPY, CLF, XLE Also: VIX, BHP
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5 Stocks To Watch That Report Earnings Thursday, Mar. 9
Article By: Leigh Drogen
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 5:18 PM EST
Stocks to watch tomorrow: ULTA, PAY, SSYS, ZUMZ and LOCO.
In this article: PAY, SSYS, ULTA, ZUMZ, LOCO
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Another Chicken Run For Restaurant Brands With El Pollo Loco Rumors
Article By: Dr. Duru
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 5:30 AM EST
El Pollo Loco Holdings became the feature in another takeover rumor this time with Restaurant Brands as the suitor.
In this article: LOCO, QSR, PLKI
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4 Restaurant Stocks To Avoid As Environment Remains Tough
Article By: Arpita Dutt
Monday, November 21, 2016 11:10 AM EST
The U.S. restaurant industry is facing a tough operating environment with factors like rising labor costs, increasing employee turnover, declining traffic and higher non-discretionary spending weighing on the sector.
In this article: NDLS, FRSH, LOCO, BJRI
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QSR Picks Popeyes And Leaves El Pollo Loco As the Last Chicken Standing
Dr. Duru 2/22/2017 6:20:25 PM

The 50 and 200DMAs are already essentially converged and flatline for $LOCO. About as tame as you can get. I like to see this as a trading range until proven otherwise. And if it is a breakout, I think that point might be too late to get a good risk/reward entry. I am a bit confused how/why someone would have purchased $PLKI for $79 prior to Feb 21. There should have been lower offers available.

QSR Picks Popeyes And Leaves El Pollo Loco As the Last Chicken Standing
Abdullah Jouejati 2/22/2017 4:22:40 PM

Although $LOCO looks stable now, the moving averages look like they will intersect soon, which is a buy/sell signal. I think that the signal is contingent on how $QSR proceeds in the acquisition. Moreover, recent developments suggest that the those who purchased $PLKI at $79/share prior to 21 February may have been taken advantage of. #Investigations are being conducted into the fairness of the aforementioned bid price.

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