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August 25th, 2011

Possible Bearish Dark Cloud Cover Pattern Detected for Altair Nanotechnologies (NASDAQ:ALTI)

Analyzing the price chart for Altair Nanotechnologies (NASDAQ:ALTI) has revealed a potential bearish dark cloud cover pattern. Thus far today, Altair Nanotechnologies has traded 61,000 shares, vs. average volume of 601,000 shares per day. The company traded 120,000 shares yesterday. In a case like this, a bearish candle is more reliable if the gap up occurs at resistance and is accompanied by a surge in volume. During today's trading session, the stock had gapped up, but then encountered selling pressure that pushed the stock lower.


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