Last up today is VMWare ( VMW), a stock that's been getting ready for a reversal. Even though VMWare posted decent returns in 2012, the stock has been trending lower since early April. But a double bottom pattern in shares suggests that this stock could be about to make more upside progress in 2013. A double bottom is a price pattern that's formed by two swing lows that bottom out at approximately the same price level. The two bottoms are separated by a peak that marks that resistance level for the setup. A breakout above that price (right around $100 for VMW) is the buy signal for shares. $102.50 is actually the top of the peak for this stock, but the lower price means more for this trade. The fact that VMW's resistance comes in at $100 is significant: big psychological price barriers like $100 can often act as stumbling blocks for buyers, so if VMW can overcome resistance there, buyers have a doubly strong signal. Momentum adds some extra confidence to this trade -- 14-day RSI has been trending higher since the second bottom started forming. If you decide to be a buyer when the $100 breakout happens, it makes sense to keep a protective stop just under the bottom of the price pattern. To see this week's trades in action, check out the Technical Setups for the Week portfolio on Stockpickr. -- Written by Jonas Elmerraji in Baltimore. Follow Stockpickr on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.