Netflix's robust bounce off the $315 level in April is a sign of strength from a technical perspective, says Sarah Potter, author of "How You Can Trade Like A Pro". Potter's short term target for Netflix is $500, while her target for Chipotle is $620. Potter, who acknowledges fundamentals but does not use them for trading purposes, says the Mexican restaurant chain has cleared prior resistance at $540 and has now officially broken out. Finally, Potter is bullish on Tesla, saying the electric carmaker will benefit from the heavy short position to squeeze the stock higher.
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