This thread is to be dedicated to making technical or fundamental calls of any nature of any time length to any stock or index or option of any sort. I'll start it off: IDCO broke it's 50-day EMA today (though it recovered), after having proceeded upwards in a smooth uptrend for roughly a year. Support is significant at 10, the confluence of the 200 day EMA and a recent sharp inversion point. Resistance is significant at 15 (proof is clearest in the long-term logarithmic chart). My suggestion would be a buy slightly above 10, looking for a rebound from that support level, with a stop employed slightly below 10. EMLX, QLGC, and BRCD all have positive 15-day MF divergences. My suggestion is a buy of QLGC on a breaking of the (sloppy) bull flag and the 200-day EMA. This allows for a stop below those pivot points if resistance is overcome. Notes: Negative ST divergence (5-day) with EMLX and BRCD. Positive MT divergence (6-mo).