STOCKS: Krispy Kreme Poised For New Highs

Krispy Kreme Donuts (KKD) has been in a multi-year consolidation and is finally getting some frosting for new highs.


On November 20, 2012, KKD gapped up on earning guidance. KKD pushed through prior supply over $8.75. If KKD can maintain this gap up, it should start to lift into higher prices.


Any price move maintained over $9.50 is considered bullish. KKD may try to revisit its previous highs around $10.00 and even into $13.00.



Two possible entry ideas:
1) Watch for a pullback into daily demand at $8.50. Keep a tight stop under $8.00 and look for it to build demand to climb over $9.50.
2) Buy any price action over $9.50. Look for targets into $10.00 and then $13.00.

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TroyPeterson: Good question I work on teaching them how to read Supply/Resistance and Demand/Support if you go those concepts down your off to a good start. Just work on reading where the buyers are located and where the sellers are located and follow. I teach traders to use prior price action as a leading indicator.
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