The market may be initiating a bear rally again according to the breath indicator of Figure 1. We are seeing a positive divergence from the upticking companies above 50-dma/200-dma ratio (solid line in main graph) and the lower low on the TSX. Furthermore, TSX index price has been holding a longer term support at 11000 despite a new recent low on the number of companies above their respective 200 day moving average (top indicator) . The CDNV to TSX ratio is also showing a similar positive divergence.
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Thus, I am taking a bullish step with a cautious long position in Lululemon (LLL.TO). There's a strong uptrend in this one as shown in Figure 2. \$37.50 looks like a long term support. However, my stop is \$38-\$39 zone to be in sync with the market move. Also, the gap to \$37.50 support has been closed previously already in May, so a second re-test wouldn't bold well for LLL.
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In addition to the chart, LLL currently has an enormous 22.79% short floats according to Finviz. It is 70.51% owned by the big money with a 3.72% increase in holding in the last quarter. Short squeeze, anyone?
I took timed my entry based on intraday chart Figure 3. The top gap today held for the first hour at least and then there were some increased volume at the intraday support. I entered then.
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However, LLL touched \$40 and is now retraced below \$39.50.
My mental stop is \$39.00 and my hard stop is \$38.50.
That is a risk of (\$38.50 - \$39.86) * 140 = \$190.40 + \$9.90 commission = \$200.30 = 2.13%.