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TMCNet:  SmarTrend Watching for Potential Pullback in Shares of Dell After 1.91% Gain

[November 14, 2012]

SmarTrend Watching for Potential Pullback in Shares of Dell After 1.91% Gain

Nov 14, 2012 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) traded in a range yesterday that spanned from a low of $9.41 to a high of $9.70. Yesterday, the shares gained 1.9%, which took the trading range above the 3-day high of $9.55 on volume of 38.9 million shares. Often times after large one-day gains, short term traders will seek to take profits and, as such, investors should be cautious.

SmarTrend recommended that its subscribers protect gains by selling shares of Dell on April 9th, 2012 by issuing a Downtrend alert when the shares were trading at $16.22. Since that call, shares of Dell have fallen 42.0%. We are now looking for when a new Uptrend will commence and will alert SmarTrend subscribers in real time.

In the past 52 weeks, shares of Dell have traded between a low of $9.00 and a high of $18.36 and are now at $9.58, which is 6% above that low price. The 200-day and 50-day moving averages have moved 0.82% lower and 0.94% lower over the past week, respectively.

Write to Chip Brian at cbrian@mysmartrend.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SmarTrend analyzes over 5,000 securities simultaneously throughout the trading day and provides its subscribers with trend change alerts in real time. To get a free trial of our trading calls and maximize your trading results, please visit http://www.MySmarTrend.com Get exclusive, actionable insight into how the market is expected to trend prior to market open with our free morning newsletter. Sign up at: http://www.MySmarTrend.com/signup

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