Ford ($16.70) set a new multi-year high at $16.74 on July 5. The 50-day SMA is $14.98 with a monthly pivot at $16.27 and weekly risky level at $17.12. In January 2011 Ford traded as high as $18.97 before tumbling to as low as $8.82 on August 2, 2012.

Fiat ( FIATY) ($6.96) set its 2013 high at $8.39 on June 3 and ended last week just below its 50-day SMA at $7.04. The 200-day SMA is $5.80 with a monthly pivot at $7.14 and weekly risky level at $8.14.

General Motors ($34.67) set its 2013 high at $35.49 on June 4 then traded down to $31.13 on June 24. The 50-day SMA is $32.94 with a semiannual pivot at $34.41 and weekly risky level at $36.22.

Honda ( HMC) ($38.34) set its 2013 high at $42.13 on May 22 then traded down to $35.15 on June 24. Honda is trading between its 200-day SMA is $36.26 and its 50-day SMA at $38.69. My weekly value level is $35.70 with an annual pivot at $40.79 and an annual risky level at $41.93. As you can see, Honda's volatile ride failed just above my annual levels on May 22, matching the highs for the major averages.

Nissan ( NSANY) ($21.00) set its 2013 high at $24.15 on May 21 then traded down to $19.85 on June 24. Nissan is trading between its 200-day SMA is $19.64 and its 50-day SMA at $21.39. My quarterly value level is $17.12 with a weekly pivot at $21.80 and monthly risky level at $23.69.

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