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7 Monster Stocks To Watch For The September 3 Trading Session
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7 Monster Stocks To Watch For The September 3 Trading Session

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September 2 – Stock mentions NVDA, MU, TWTR, AMZN, FB, TSLA, PG

Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own TSLA

Here a few more stocks to watch as we kick off the week of September 3.

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Nvidia (NVDA)

Nvidia is one stock to watch, and as it approaches the upper end of its trading range. The good news is that range is tightening up. The bad news is that stock is also likely to head lower this week towards $160.

nvidia, nvda

Micron (MU)

Micron will be reporting results in a few weeks, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see a lot of analysts commentary coming out on this one soon. The average analyst price target, according to Ycharts, is around $47. It means the stock is likely to see some price target increase along the way. An increase to $48 seems possible over the short-term. There is a very strong level of support around $42.

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Tesla (TSLA)

Tesla’s stock has become very tightly associated with China headlines, especially with the new plant in Shanghai set to open later this year. The stock rose above $225 last week and now could increase back to $253.

tesla, tsla

Twitter (TWTR)

Twitter has formed a bullish technical pattern known as a rising triangle. It would indicate to me the stock rises to around $46. I also saw some bullish betting in the options late last week. I noted this in my premium section of Reading The Markets. Why Twitter’s Stock May Jump Over $45

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PG (PG)

I also saw lots of bearish betting in PG and last week. It makes me think the stock is poised to pull back and head towards $109. You can read more in my premium area too.

P&G

Amazon (AMZN)

I recently saw a lot of bullish options betting for Amazon. I noted in a free article last week. Amazon’s Next Move Higher May Be Starting. It was the $1800 call for expiration for September expiration that was bought, and the $1800 puts sold, a bullish spread bet. An increase above $1800 sends the stock higher towards $1900.

amazon, amzn Here a list of stocks to watch for the September 3 trading session including: NVDA, MU, TWTR, AMZN, FB, TSLA, PG

Facebook (FB)

It looks like Facebook may finally be trending higher again. The stock has struggled of late but has found some support around $180. The stock could be heading back to $195.

Facebook, fb Here a list of stocks to watch for the September 3 trading session including: NVDA, MU, TWTR, AMZN, FB, TSLA, PG

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Hope you had a great Labor Day weekend

Mike

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