) - This PC maker has been in a bear market since late 2004, when
In February 2009, the stock hit a bear market low under $8,
and then rallied to $17 in September 2009. And following a
pullback early this year, it rallied and again topped at $17.
This double-top led to a serious decline marked by a death
cross in late June and a failure to rally above its 50-day
in August. Dell is in a bear market with little support in
Traders should consider
selling the stock short
at current prices or on rallies to the 50-day moving average now
at $12.72. The trading target is $8.50 to $9.
Check with their broker for margin requirements and the
ability to borrow stock for a short sale. Selling naked shorts is
a violation of current SEC rules.
Selling short is also considered a speculative trade and not
suitable for all investors. Short sellers are advised to always
enter stop-loss orders in order to avoid unlimited losses.
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