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Entertainment Trading Idea Bayer: Course for an open gap

12:15  27 november  2020
12:15  27 november  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

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I have open position on Bayer since 1st January. I like how it looks on the chart. Bayer is a descending Triangle Chart Pattern Strong support level has been re-tested several times Continually lower highs puts pressure on this support level Best patterns have dropping volume and volatility/ATR

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The shares of Bayer have been in a short-term upward trend since the low at 40.00 euros and could now continue to move towards the still open gap at 52.85 euros. There is a long chance!

PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images © Provided by Finanz.net PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP / Getty Images Analysis

The papers are currently trading at 49.00 euros, slightly below the resistance of 50.00 euros. The upward trend is clearly intact with rising highs and lows. As before, downward corrections should expire around the 10-EMA. As long as the stocks can defend the 10-EMA area, further rising prices can be expected in the short term.

The starting target of the current upward movement should be the still open gap at 52.85 euros. Gaps are usually closed again and this big gap from October 1st shouldn't stay open for long with a heavyweight like Bayer .

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Conclusion:

traders could consider a long position in the area of ​​the 10 EMA and speculate on a further run-up of Bayer shares to the still open gap. An Open End Turbo Warrant from DZ Bank (DDL72S) on Bayer in the 10 EMA range is ideal. The price target can be seen at the upper open gap at EUR 52.85. The stop could be placed just below the low at 46.00 euros.

• Underlying: Bayer (ISIN: DE000BAY0017)

• Product type: Open End Turbo Warrant

• Issuer: DZ Bank

• ISIN / WKN leverage product: DE000DDL72S1 / DDL72S

• Term: Open End

• Price K.-o.- Call (date): 1.94 € / 1.95 € (11/27/2020, 9:52 a.m.)

• Base price variable: 29.98 €

• Knock-out threshold: 29.98 €

• Leverage: 2 , 60

• Distance to knock-out: 38.86%

• Stop loss long: 1.60 €

• Target call: 2.29 € (+ 17.84%)

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