The Chart of the Day is Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ). I found the company by sorting the All Time High list for new high frequency in the last month. I skipped any stocks not having a positive gain for the last week and month then used the Flipchart feature to review the charts. Since the Trend spotter signaled a buy on 1/8 the stock is up 9.58%.
STZ is a leading international producer and marketer of beverage alcohol brands, with a broad portfolio across the wine, spirits and imported beer categories. The Company is the largest multi-category supplier of beverage alcohol in the United States; a leading producer and exporter of wine from Australia and New Zealand; and both a major producer and independent drinks wholesaler in the United Kingdom. Well-known brands in Constellation's portfolio include: Corona Extra, Pacifico, St. Pauli Girl, Black Velvet, and Fleischmann's.
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Barchart technical indicators:
- 96% Barchart technical buy signals
- Trend Spotter buy signal
- Above its 20, 50 and 100 day moving averages
- 15 new highs and up 8.93% in the last month
- Relative Strength Index 73.19%
- Barchart computes a technical support level at 82.78%
- Recently traded at 83.95 with a 50 day moving average of 77.86
- Market Cap $15.90 billion
- P/E 28.81
- Revenue projected to grow 74.00% this year and another 22.30% next year
- Earnings estimated to increase 45.70% this year, an additional 23.80% next year and continue to increase at an annual rate of 14.80% for the next 5 years
- Wall Street analysts issued 4 strong buy, 4 buy, 2 hold and 2 under perform recommendations on the stock
- Financial strength is B+
As long as the world keeps drinking this stock should hold up nicely. Use the 50 day moving average for a sign of weakness and the 100 day moving average for an exit point.