The company is still moving up and keeping the positive trend, and as some binary analysts say, they never lost it. Let’s take a look at the biggest downfall of AMZN’s price from the all-time high of $246.71 at 14th of October 2011 to $166.97 at 29th of December. If we draw a Fibonacci fan between the lowest point of year 2010 at $105.80 and the highest point of year 2011 – the all-time high at $246.71, we can clearly see that the huge downfall is nothing more than a classical 61.8% retracement.
A quick look at the chart can show that the price is clearly moving inside the trend channels formed by the Fibonacci fan, and at the moment is moving above the 50% line.
Looking at a shorter time period, AMZN’s binary options are testing the $228.50 resistance, representing a 88.6% retracement of the last-week’s downward slide from $230.50 to $212.61. If that level breaks, binary traders might expect to see a rise above the $230.50 line.
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