Shares of Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE:TXN) are likely done going up and will correct sharply lower. Why is this the case? It is using simple technical analysis logic. Connect a trend line to all previous highs going back to October 2015. Every time this trend line is tagged, Texas Instruments pulls back. In addition, the stock is 16% above its daily 200 moving average, historically stretched. Lastly, a little fundamentals thrown into the mix shows the stock trading at a P/E of 23.5, historically extremely rich. The stock has both technical and fundamental reasons to pull back. Expectations are for a correction to $73.00, a drop of 11%.