5 Must-See Stock Trades for Tuesday: TMUS, CMG, T, AVGO

Here are the must-see stock trades we’re watching for Tuesday morning

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The markets opened the week with more losses, with trade-war worries still on investors’ minds. In particular, semiconductor stocks took a hit, but on the flip side, financials showed some resilience. It’s a tricky market in the short term and one investors need to be careful with. Let’s look at some must-see stock trades for Tuesday.

Must-See Stock Trades #1: T-Mobile

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The FCC chairman gave his OK for the T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) and Sprint (NYSE:S) merger, sending shares higher by 3.7% and 22%, respectively. It’s one more step in getting the deal done.

TMUS shares are jumping to new 52-week highs and over channel resistance on Monday. Interested buyers who were waiting for some clarity before getting long now have their chance. A pullback into prior channel resistance — now near $77 — could be their opportunity to get long.

A larger correction down to channel support and the 50-day moving average may also be an advantageous spot to initiate a position.

Must-See Stock Trades #2: Broadcom


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Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO) stock has been hammered over the past few sessions. The stock fell 6% on Monday and has shed 10.5% over the last three trading days.

Where will it bottom?

I’m watching to see if AVGO will get down to $260. This $256 to $260 area has been notable over the past year, while the 50% retracement for the one-year range is at $257.70. Further, the 200-day moving average is just below at $253.76 and trending higher.

While AVGO already sports an attractive dividend yield of more than 3.9%, that yield would surpass 4% on a pullback to $260. Finally, shares are entering an overbought condition.

While I don’t really want to dabble much with stocks that could get caught in the trade-war crosshairs, this level offers a reasonable risk/reward in Broadcom stock. 

Must-See Stock Trades #3: Burrito Breakout?

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Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) is flirting with a potential breakout right now. We highlighted this stock as an important one to watch given how strong it has been in the face of market-wide weakness. Learn to spot the stocks showing relative weakness.

In any regard, the $721 level has kept a lid on CMG stock since April, but now shares are pushing through. Coupled with a series of higher lows and all of CMG’s moving averages trending higher, and this one looks good for more upside.

Look for a slightly lower open on Tuesday to see if CMG maintains or recovers this $721 level. A quick recovery likely sends it to new highs. A false breakout could send shares down to the 50-day.

Must-See Stock Trades #4: AT&T

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T stock has since given up most of those intraday gains, as the 200-week moving average is — for now at least — keeping a lid on the stock. A weekly close over $32.31 would gives us confidence more gains can be had. 

Otherwise, we’ll have to see how T does on a pullback into the $30.40 to $31.40 area and see if it can put in another higher low. AT&T has been doing well, but Monday’s pop-and-flop is a bit discouraging.

Must-See Stock Trades #5: Stitch Fix


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Up 5% on the day and Stitch Fix (NASDAQ:SFIX) is looking better. However, the stock is far from out of the woods. 

Shares are lodged in a downtrend and are bouncing off channel support on Monday. I first want to see if SFIX can push through the $24 to $24.35 area. If it can, it sets up a test of its 20-day moving average and channel resistance near $25.32 to $25.50. Above that and it can gain some real momentum, but for now, I’m in the wait-and-see camp rather than the benefit-of-the-doubt camp.

If $24 to $24.35 is resistance, look for another test of channel support.

Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell is long T.

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