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American Express. Presented By: Brent Penzo Jessica Allen Zach Jennings. Technical Analysis of AXP stock. Support & Resistance Level. Support Level = $44.18 Resistance Level was broken on April 26 th , 2010 with a stock price of $48.05.

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American express

American Express

Presented By:

Brent Penzo

Jessica Allen

Zach Jennings



Support resistance level
Support & Resistance Level

  • Support Level = $44.18

  • Resistance Level was broken on April 26th, 2010 with a stock price of $48.05.

  • This indicates that the stock price will continue in this upward direction.


Closing arms trin
Closing Arms (TRIN)

  • Declining Volume = 404,934,080

  • Declining Issues = 1,242

    • 404,934,080/1,242 = 326,033.8808

  • Advancing Volume = 1,034,875,113

  • Advancing Issues = 1,849

    • 1,034,875,113/1,849 = 559,694.4905

  • Closing Arms = .5825211545

  • Arms < 1 Meaning the market is bullish.


Price channel
Price Channel

The Price Channel shows a continuation pattern sloping upwards which

signals a favorable stock to invest in.


50 200 day moving average
50 & 200 Day Moving Average

Both 50 and 200 day Moving Average are increasing which indicates favorable short term and long term out looks.



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