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These are the Stocks you are looking for

Mastery has chosen 3 stocks with great looking charts for your viewing pleasure.

They are Deckers (DECK), Amkor Tech (AMKR), and Gaylord Entertainment (GET).


Deckers (DECK):

What's not to like about Deckers? Wall Street has been treating them like a Green Mountain Coffee or dare I say it -- a Groupon (GRPN) kind of stock. However, the fundamentals look good, and Ugg's season is about to kick off.

Deckers has mananged to break out of its descending wedge pattern. Calling a bottom is a hard thing to do, but the price action is starting to smooth out here. Lots of room on the upside to run if the market cooperates. I'd place a stop below $40 for an intermediate term hold.

Over the past 12 months Deckers Outdoor Corp (DECK) shares have traded between $39.90 and its 52-week high of $118.90.  Deckers shares are now trading with a P/E Ratio of 10.1 and EPS of 4.45.



Amkor Tech (AMKR):

Another breakout play, AMKR broke out of a large wedge patter in late July and is now sporting a bull flag. No Jedi Mind tricks here.

Over the past 12 months Amkor Technology Inc (AMKR) shares have traded between $3.81 and its 52-week high of $6.78.  Amkor Technology Inc shares are now trading with a P/E Ratio of 18.4 and EPS of 0.29.



Gaylord Entertainment (GET):

I don't know why, but I snicker every time I see the name of this stock. I mean, just picture yourself fresh out of college - you call your folks back home and tell them you just got a job working at Gaylord Entertainment. Good times.

Anyway, GET is trading in a strong channel up, right in the middle of the channel. Look like shares could trade up to $45 soon.

Over the past 12 months Gaylord Entertainment (GET) shares have traded between $17.39 and its 52-week high of $41.17.  Gaylord shares are now trading with a P/E Ratio of 112 and EPS of 0.36.



AMKR has sold off hard on strong volume this week. There is a chance it will find support at $4.50 and bounce but after reviewing their recent financial statement, margins are contracting pretty badly. Proceed with caution.