June 28, 2011 at 1:05 pm | | Comments 1

FCX On the Move

Copper is an important market tell for many, so it’s certainly worth noting that the copper poster child FCX is getting going here as it threatens $50.  The stock has repeatedly found support in the $46’s in recent months, and in recent weeks has pulled back quietly beneath a descending trend line.

Today, that trend line is getting crossed, indicating this stock may be ready to leave this congestion pattern behind.  There’s room to climb higher, not only for this stock, but potentially for the broader market.  We have yet to know if the market pullback has ended, but if copper proves a leading indicator, this could be a bullish sign to pay attention to.

Here’s a look at FCX, showing both lateral support around $46 as well as today’s attempt to push beyond the descending trend line:


Chart courtesy of TeleChart

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