Footwear stock Crocs has been in a steady uptrend since the market bottomed in March 2020. Now it’s pulled back and may be interesting to swing traders.
The first pattern on today’s chart is the 50-day moving average. CROX tested it on Friday and Monday, closing above it both times.
Next, the current area of support corresponds to the September peak around …
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