Don't Ignore This Chart

AT&T calling!

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After yesterday's close (10/4) I ran a Relative Rotation Graph of the Top-10 Market Movers inside the S&P-500 index.

One of the names that popped up as potentially interesting was AT&T (T) as it is inside the improving quadrant and moving towards the leading quadrant at a strong RRG-Heading.

The Daily version of that RRG (above) shows the strong rotation of T over the last 30 trading days which recently rolled over inside the leading quadrant and crossed over into weakening before  "hooking" back up and moving (almost) back into leading.


The drawn "curl" shows the rotation that took place at a lower time-frame (hourly for example) but which occurred so fast that it does not show up on the daily RRG as a proper rotation.

This rotation that now seems to be completing the rotation at the right-hand side of the RRG, confirming the positive move that is seen on the weekly RRG (below)

The price chart, in combination with relative strength, reveals that AT&T broke out of a downtrend in the middle of August. After an initial rally that peaked near $ 33 the pullback came to a rest at the level of the former resistance line and started the second leg of the up-move. In the second half of September T broke above its previous low and turned the trend around.

From a relative perspective, the raw-RS line is bottoming out and about to start a fresh series of higher highs and higher lows which pushes the stock further into the leading quadrant.

AT&T looks interesting with (intermediate) support levels at $ 32,50 and $ 33, while a break beyond the recent high confirms the positive outlook.


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Julius de Kempenaer
About the author: is the creator of Relative Rotation Graphs. This unique method to visualize relative strength within a universe of securities was first launched on Bloomberg professional services terminals in January 2011 and was released on StockCharts.com in July 2014. A graduate of the Dutch Royal Military Academy and former captain in the Dutch Air Force, Julius first began his career in the financial industry in 1990 as a portfolio manager. He is now the director/owner of RRG Research in Amsterdam. Learn More
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