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Harley-Davidson: Dividend Trends Point To A Rising Share Price

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  • The motorcycle firm is just off the back of announcing top and bottom line beats in Q4.
  • Strong downside support exists at around the $37 level and shares look poised to give a "golden cross" signal.
  • We go through the key dividend metrics to see how strongly we see HOG at present.
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If we look at a technical chart of Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE:HOG), we can see that shares are battling to trade above their 200-day moving average once more. In fact, any bit of sustained momentum here

Harley-Davidson Technical Chart

Technical chart of Harley-Davidson (StockCharts)


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