These are just a few charts that I found interesting. I probably wouldn’t do anything long term in any of them. I like the day trades. But it is kinda nice to have a long term image in your head when you pull the trigger. Resistance and support, volume trends, and moving averages can always help in determining a safe place of entry.

All of that volume on the weekly chart, contributing largely to a series of small candles could signal indecision. When coupled with the high stochastic and the descending 50 week and the nearing 200 week resistance, I’m going to say there’s a chance for a pullback. Especially as it reaches 37 or so.

RIMM is flirting with its 50 day moving average after posting earnings. With so much volume on the first gap down, I’m going to say that there is a good chance it won’t be able to break that day’s highs. A look at the intraday would help determine the likelihood of that statement. A break below the 50 is not a good sign. Well, for the longs that is.

Looks like COH is coming up to its lows. I’d be careful, as retail sales are likely to continue sucking. But, with the declining volume over the last few days, I wouldn’t be surprised to see this turn upwards. Then again, just because it hasn’t gone lower, does not mean to hold onto a stock while it continues lower. Bail this shit if it break down on heavy volume. I never understood $400 purses for women who make that much, after taxes, in a week, anyway.