Dell: breakout confirmed
Dell broke the bearish trendline (trendline started in January) last Tuesday. It was a bullish sign. Furthermore, as we can see at the chart below, the breakout was produced after a three white soldiers pattern. It’s a bullish candlestick pattern that is used to predict the reversal of a downtrend.
This pattern consists of three consecutive long-bodied candlesticks that have closed higher than the previous day. These long-bodied candlesticks are a sign of the change in investor sentiment and are used by traders to confirm a shift in momentum. In this case, this pattern has been produced after a prolonged downtrend, so the bullish sign is very strong.
After the breakout, the price is heading towards next resistance level: $20,85, corresponding with the 38,2% Fibonacci ratio of the fall from January. It’s possible a pullback. It could be a good moment for longs.