August 22 Chart of the Day - Macy's
In its Q2 earnings report, the company highlighted a decline in credit card revenues, "which were negatively impacted by an increased rate of delinquencies across all stages of aged balances within the portfolio."
Yet another retail giant took a cautious outlook on consumers.
Yada yada yada so the story goes...
And down went the stock price.
After hitting a COVID low of $4.38 back in 2020 the stock climbed up to $37.95 in November 2022 before falling back down to its current price of $13.15.
How much lower could it go? Well, it can only go to zero as they say.
$10.50 - $11.50 area on the weekly chart represents the "last chance for the Macy bulls" unless price wants to see single digits again.
So what's next?
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