looks down seven after the arbitrageurs got much more of the stock back than they wanted.
As someone who is inclined to buy weakness that is arb-related this one seems like a bargain too good to be passed up.
But those darn technicals! If the stock doesn't hold $79, my trader technician
will have one foot out the door.
Now that's a rough one.
But we are ready to rumble!
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