Mass Exodus, Portland
Between the last update and now, we have this.
All of Walmart to exit Portland.
As if that weren’t enough of a recruiting bonus for area employers, looks like half of Oregon does not want to be Oregon.
This just out, session movement to be part of Idaho.
Although none of the above directly affects day to day price action of INTC, what it does do, is provide the fundamental backdrop; Portland and immediate vicinity is heading down and the pace is accelerating.
Intel Daily Close
At this juncture (11:38 a.m., EST), Intel is clawing its way back to test a potential trendline.
All lines are exactly parallel.
The grey trendline in the chart is there to show, we have repeating trendlines throughout the price action when taken from the left side of the trading channel.
If price action continues to struggle and closes near the level as shown (grey arrow), it’s a potential indicator that we have a right side trendline contact (not advice, not a recommendation).
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