Multi-month consolidations tend to resolve in the direction of the most recent trend. The following chart is a textbook example of a multi-month consolidation after a large leg higher, complete with signs of steady accumulation and improving relative strength:
Which stock is this? Where do we need to see this stock close on a weekly closing basis to confirm that a breakout is underway?
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