Ship Finance International Limited
) - This company is an international operator of vessels and
offshore related assets consisting of oil tankers, bulk carriers
and a variety of other ships.
The stock has risen from $13 to over $20 since July 2009.
Following a break and run from $15 in February, to $21, SFL
has been consolidating within a
After a false breakout in July, the stock reversed, but it
should find support within the triangle with its bullish support
line at $18 and the 200-day
SFL pays an annual dividend of $1.53, a yield of almost 8%,
and has a trading target of $23-plus.
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