Chart Analysis 1/21/20-1/28/20

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American Airlines (AAL)

General Dynamics (GD)

Strong downtrend hammer may signal price will test on trend line once more before making its push in either direction.

Textron (TXT)

Depending on the strategy used to trade the bearish move your ROI would vary as well.
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United Airlines (UAL)

Double top on resistance level. Wait for retest prior to confirmation

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