Roblox collapsing? We look to Sell at 33.44 (stop at 37.68)
Short Term - We look to Sell at 33.44 (stop at 37.68)
Preferred trade is to sell into rallies. Price action has posted a Doji candle and confirms a possible stall in the recent move. We look for price action to stay within the channel formation today. Prices expected to stall near trend line resistance. Offers ample risk/reward to sell at the market.
Our profit targets will be 20.91 and 17.19
Resistance: 34.00 / 50.00 / 75.00
Support: 30.00 / 20.00 / 15.00
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