Almost 50% below its all-time high in October 2017.
At a relevant support level around $14, the next bottom is at $12.
It has a resistance near $17.
It reaches its peaks in the fall, if this pattern is replicated it could reach 25 dollars for this year (almost 80% profit with the current price).
RSI and stochastic at the oversold point.
Although it fell short...
It is near a good support level around $30, almost 40% below its November all-time high.
It comes down after a triple top.
The most that could fall is to $26.
It has the potential to return to its previous high at $36 and if the trend continues, to go as high as $48-50.
It is backed by Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and BlackRock
Its main institutional holders include Invesco, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Canada.
Morgan Stanley Increased its position by more than 2,000% according to the latest September report.
Its models are innovative and will have more relevance as electric vehicles and smart city technology become more popular.
From my perspective, it has a...
For many Dropbox seems to be a company without a future, but for big capital it turns out to be the opposite. It bottomed out in March last year and has been slowly recovering, going unnoticed, but I don't think this will stay that way for long before it starts to appreciate rapidly:
*Exposure to more than 100 ETFs (quite a lot).
*It has been completing a head and shoulders pattern.
*It is 55% below its all time high from December last year. The most that could fall from my perspective is to 60%, around $15, from there a rise would continue.
*Some of its institutional holders include BlackRock, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, among others.
*Its stochastic is at...