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The summer is now over, portfolio managers and traders return to work this week. Children of all ages are headed back to school too, so what better time to look at a retail equity with a recent long-term signal?
Today, The Fibocall will discuss Kohl's Corp (KSS) to see if there are trading opportunities for our readers.
The stock of the department store operator generated a long-term overbought signal on August 26 and it has made lower daily highs since then.
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KSS's first support level is at $57.78 (0.236 retracement form the July 14 low of $50.90 and August 26 high of $59.90.).
The stock had projected resistance at $59.93 (1.236 retracement level from the April 4 high of $58.20 and the July 14 low of $50.90), as it reversed with the August 26 high of $59.90.
Short-term levels for focus on in KSS are the August 29 high of $59.40 to keep the recent trend of lower daily highs intact, and a re-test of the breakout from the April 4 high of $58.20.
A close above $59.93 can be used as a cover for any short term shorts.
A close below $57.78 should have you selling more, as support is light.
As all long term signals are not created equally, the April long term overbought signal in KSS provided a 12% pullback from April 4's $58.20 to the July 17 low of $50.90.
With a close below $57.78, the levels are:
- $56.46 (0.382 retracement)
- $55.40 (50% retracement)
- 54.33 (0.618 retracement)
- 54.32 (50-Daily Moving Average)
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