5 Monster Stock Market Predictions For The Week of November 11

It will be a busy week with earnings coming from some big companies such as Cisco, Nvidia, and Walmart. Also, we will have some significant data with CPI and PPI. Layer on some Jay Powell, and one never knows what twists and turns away.

However, I’m not expecting anything significant, and I think the market will continue to grind its way higher, as I noted yesterday. Regardless, here some more stock market predictions for the week of November 11 to cap off your Sunday.

STOCKS

Nvidia (NVDAWealth Strength IndexAAPL is Extremely Up and trending Up)

Nvidia is very close to the target we laid out a few weeks ago, but based on the charting, the stock appears to be forming a rising wedge, a bearish reversal pattern. It is one that would suggest the stock falls in the days following results, perhaps to $188. But this is a dynamic situation, and I will have to keep close tabs on the stock during the week.

Nvidia, Nvda

Cisco (CSCOWealth Strength IndexAAPL is Extremely Up and trending Up)

Cisco is another tough call, with earnings. The stock has made it back to $49, which was the target we laid out a few weeks ago. I think the stock continues its trend higher following results, especially with the RSI moving higher, potentially sending it back to $51.

cisco, csco

Roku (ROKU)

Roku probably rebounds this week and fills the gap back to $135.

roku, roku

Beyond Meat (BYND)

Maybe this will be the week that Beyond Meat fills a gap too, and heads back to $100.

beyond, bynd

Caterpillar (CAT)

Caterpillar broke a significant downtrend and resistance in the past few weeks. Now the stock appears it may be heading back to $157.

cat, caterpillar

Until tomorrow

-Mike

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