The Hot Stocks Outlook uses VantagePoint’s market forecasts that are up to 86% accurate to demonstrate how traders can improve their timing and direction. In this week’s video, we analyze forecasts for Revlon ($REV), Wabash National Corp ($WNC), Yahoo! ($YHOO), and Tesla Motors ($TSLA).
This Week’s Hot Stocks Outlook
Revlon ($REV) saw a bullish crossover in the waning days of 2016. Prices were around $29 and the VantagePoint Neural Index was sitting in the strong “one” position. The market has seen consistent growth since the crossover on its way to prices around $34. That’s a 17.64% increase in 19 trading days.
Wabash National Corp ($WNC) is a regularly featured market in Hot Stocks Outlook videos. We first called attention to this market in November when a bullish crossover occurred as prices were approaching $11. While we’ve never seen too much separation between the blue and black lines in the VantagePoint chart, we also never see a crossover. That has led to a 52-trading day bullish trend that has seen $6.32 growth. That’s a 55.9% change in that time frame.
Yahoo! ($YHOO) has a more recent bull trend in play. Its crossover occurred in early January with prices trading around $39. It climbed to just over $42 in six days before running flat for over a week. We’ve seen the trend continue this week as prices have climbed close to $45. Overall, the market went up more than 15% in 15 trading days.
Tesla Motors ($TSLA) saw a bullish trend started at the beginning of December. Prices were around $190 and have steadily risen since. In the 31 trading days since the trend started, the VantagePoint Neural Index has only dropped to a “zero” for 3 days. That timespan has provided a $63.66 increase in value, a 33.37% growth.
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