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This prediction was valid between February 26, 2013 and March 06, 2013. All information in this report is for reference only and should not be considered forward looking.
Costco Wholesale Corp.
Costco Wholesale Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, operates membership warehouses. The company offers branded and private-label products in a range of merchandise categories. It provides dry and institutionally packaged foods; snack foods, candy, tobacco, alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, and cleaning and institutional supplies; appliances, electronics, health and beauty aids, hardware, and garden and patio; meat, bakery, deli, and produce; and apparel and small appliances. The company also operates gas stations, pharmacies, food courts, optical dispensing centers, photo processing centers, and hearing-aid centers; and engages in the travel business. In addition, it provides gold star (individual) and business membership services. As of October 29, 2015, it operated 690 warehouses, including 482 warehouses in the United States and Puerto Rico, 90 in Canada, 36 in Mexico, 27 in the United Kingdom, 23 in Japan, 12 in Korea, 11 in Taiwan, 7 in Australia, and 2 in Spain. Costco Wholesale Corporation also sells its products through online. The company was formerly known as Costco Companies, Inc. Costco Wholesale Corporation was founded in 1976 and is based in Issaquah, Washington.
- PATTERN SCAN predicts the price of COST expected to move up in the coming weeks based on the appearance of a 'Trend Line Break(3)' pattern. Specifically, a ACT EOD variant of Trend Line Break(3) has been detected. The target is $102.67. more
- GATS predicts COST will move up in the coming weeks. Target is $106.10. more
- SQUEEZETRIGGER predicts that when COST closes above $94.64, we expect a short squeeze to begin that could quickly drive the price of COST considerably higher.
Predictive Range January 04, 2013 - March 06, 2013
Anticipated price movement, between prediction date and target date, based on all market reads.
$101.34 - $104.39
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Costco Wholesale Corp. (NASDAQ: COST) is predicted to go up in coming weeks based on bullish technical trends that have appeared in the recent performance of the stock. COST has demonstrated Trend Line Break(3) strategy ACT EOD with a strength of 2.0/5. The higher the strength, the higher the probability of an accurate prediction.
- The price of COST expected to move up in the coming weeks.
- PatternScan has detected that a 'ACT EOD' pattern has appeared.
- Specifically, a ACT EOD variant of Trend Line Break(3) has been detected.
- This indicates a high probablity that COST will move up in the coming weeks.
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Costco Wholesale Corp. (NASDAQ: COST) is expected to go up as bullish signals have been generated by top equity trading strategies. This trading system is designed to identify high probability reversion to mean trading candidates. It looks to go long immediately following strong sell-offs, and goes short after sharp run ups. Its trades are short term and hone in on the irrational decisions of emotional traders around these extreme moves.
- The price of COST expected to move up in the coming weeks.
- Suggested stop level of 92.34 to limit potential trading losses.
We have a proprietary database of all trading in US stocks and maintain massive databases of short sale and naked short sale time and sales data, along with short squeeze SqueezeTrigger prices. We are the only firm that knows the exact price that a short squeeze will start in every US stock.
The Cumulative Squeeze Trigger price for COST is 94.64.
This means that when COST closes above $94.64, we expect a short squeeze to begin that could quickly drive the price of COST considerably higher.
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Friction Factor determines if there is normal or abnormal behavior in the price action of the stock when
compared to the buying vs. selling trading statistics. It shows us how many more shares of buying than
selling it takes to move a stock higher by 1 cent, or how many more shares of selling than buying it
takes to drop a stock by 1 cent.
Here is how to understand Friction Factor:
- If Friction Factor is positive, more buying than selling caused COST's price to rise
- If Friction Factor is negative, more selling than buying caused COST's price to fall
- If Friction Factor is 0, there was no discernable activity either way
- If Friction Factor is abnormal, it means that more buying than selling caused the price to drop which is evidence of manipulative activity. In some cases more selling than buying can cause the price to increase. While this is rare, it must be noted as well. Friction Factor raw data.
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