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June 18 Chart of the Day - Bank of America

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Bank of America (BAC) is in the news this week but not necessarily for anything they did...

According to recent published reports, the bank is one of Warren Buffet's top 2 holdings with over $40B invested representing roughly 10% of the Oracle of Omaha's Berkshire Hathaway's holdings.  The top spot belongs to Apple.

For this reason alone, we wanted to review their chart from price action technical analysis perspective. 

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Monthly Chart 

Bank of America monthly price action technical analysis review

On the monthly chart we can see that after setting its $55.08 all time high (ATH) back in 2006 price fell dramatically over the next several years melting through many potential support levels.

The bulls stepped in around the $2.53 level in 2009 and rapidly ascended making a series of higher highs and higher lows back up towards ATHs before being forcefully rejected at the $50 mark.

Weekly Chart

Bank of America weekly price action technical analysis review

On the weekly chart we can see with much more clarity where price tagged $50 which reversed the upward cycle.

Trading above $39 earlier today price has been making a series of higher highs and higher lows since bouncing at $26 which is a normal and customary cyclical  price action behavior.

During the past year or so price crossed a change control zone (gray rectangle) roughly between $29 and $32.50 a 7 times making that a whopping 29 zig zags across the zone during the past fifteen years.

Change control zones are one of the five price action tools we teach when charting anything.  By definition, they are an area that represents where neither the bulls nor bears are in charge.  Price can slash though the zone with seemingly reckless abandon, price can respect the top or bottom from outside it or within it.  Or, price can trade aimlessly sideways within it.  When price breaks away from the zone it can often get drawn back to it like a magnet. And in this case we see all of the above are true.

Price seemingly is nearing an area on the chart ($41) that could possibly the next decision zone.  While it's not the last chance for the bears to step in to push price back lower it is an area of interest where support/resistance and a 61.8% bear Fibonacci level essentially both meet together that is slowing the rise today at least temporarily

But, only time will tell for sure what price will do next...

We've layered in traditional Fibonacci levels as well as support/resistance and trend to help identify potential price levels of interest and/or future price targets.

Armed with precision oriented charts like these both traders and investors can formulate their respective plans.

So what's next? 

We don't make predictions...

Nobody knows for sure but using these 5 price action tools traders and investors can develop levels of interest in both directions.

  1. Support/Resistance
  2. Trend
  3. Fibonacci 
  4. Supply/Demand Zones,
  5. Change Control Zones

ChartPros provides the exact methodology in its price action technical analysis courses to create charts like this with the most precise and accurate levels from which investors and traders can formulate their respective trade plans.

Take a look at the charts and let us know what you think.  

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