Synopsys Pulls Back For NASDAQ:SNPS By TradeStation – WorldNewsEra

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The first pattern on today’s chart is the five-month consolidation pattern between May and October. SNPS was mostly trapped below $465 during that time. But it broke out on October 6 and is now pulling back to that level. Has old resistance become new support? Second is the series of higher weekly lows during the period of consolidation. Those could reflect lurking buyers willing to step in. Next, a rising trendline has taken shape since mid-August. Prices have also pulled back near that potential support. Finally, the provider of semiconductor-design software seems to be in a secular uptrend. It broke out to record highs in May, despite the broader market remaining below the peak of early 2022. This could make trend followers anticipate continued momentum, especially with barely two months left in the year. TradeStation has, for decades, advanced the trading industry, providing access to stocks, options, futures and cryptocurrencies. See our Overview for more. Important Information TradeStation Securities, Inc., TradeStation Crypto, Inc., and TradeStation Technologies, Inc. are each wholly owned subsidiaries of TradeStation Group, Inc., all operating, and providing products and services, under the TradeStation brand and trademark. TradeStation Crypto, Inc. offers to self-directed investors and traders cryptocurrency brokerage services. It is neither licensed with the SEC or the CFTC nor is it a Member of NFA. When applying for, or purchasing, accounts, subscriptions, products, and services, it is important that you know which company you will be dealing with. Please click here for further important information explaining what this means. This content is for informational and educational purposes only. This is not a recommendation regarding any investment or investment strategy. Any opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not represent the views or opinions of TradeStation or any of its affiliates. Investing involves risks. Past performance, whether actual or indicated by historical tests of strategies, is no guarantee of future performance or success. There is a possibility that you may sustain a loss equal to or greater than your entire investment regardless of which asset class you trade (equities, options, futures, or digital assets); therefore, you should not invest or risk money that you cannot afford to lose. Before trading any asset class, first read the relevant risk disclosure statements on the Important Documents page, found here:

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