Micron Technology (MU) Runs Higher, as Markets Plunge


 
 
12:58 10/11/2018

Apparently, Micron MU  is back in the buy zone.

Even as markets sink, the stock is picking up momentum, up $1.11 to $42.72.

One reason for the move is just how oversold the stock has become. For example, the stock is holding double bottom support around $42 a share. As long as that line in the sand holds, we believe it could recovery to $54, near-term. Not only is it at its lower Bollinger Band (2,20), it’s wildly oversold on Williams’ %R and MACD.

The last time MU was this low, it rallied to $62.

Also, months ago, billionaire Ken Griffin, who manages the $30 billion Citadel Fund just increased his position in MU by nearly 200%, as well. He picked up 5.6 million shares, bringing the fund's total stake in MU to 8.48 million shares.

It’s also running on news that Piper Jaffray initiated coverage with a $48 price target. According to Barron’s, analysts want “to see more clarity of inventory trends, trade-war ramifications, and the overall trajectory of the memory market…”

We must also take into consideration the longer-term demand on computing and storage needs. While revenues and earnings may not be exemplary near-term, memory products will see heavy demand with 5G, AI, self-driving cars, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

At less than $43, the fear may have created quite an opportunity for long-term investors.






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