Pfizer Bullish Opportunity

Pfizer (PFE) is one of nine companies that are working to develop a Coronavirus vaccine. The company has said they could have the vaccine by the end of October.

The stock from the late 2018 appears to have declined in an Elliott Wave corrective pattern known as a Double Zigzag.  The rally from the 2020 bottom could be a very bullish series of one’s and two’s up.  A move above the 2020 high at 39.45  could be a third of a third up, if so, the stock could quickly reach into the 50’s. 

Near term there’s a low risk opportunity to buy the stock.  Assuming PFE is above its recent bottom of  35.45 on 09/18/20 – buy PFE.

Use 35.40 as a stop loss level for half the position.

Use 33.90 as a stop loss for the other half.  33.90 is a .70 retrace of the rally from 31.61 to 39.45.  Usually .618 retrace provides strong support/resistance.  A decisive break of .618 could open the door for a decline to 31.61.

A strategy to add on to the PFE position will be discussed in a future post – assuming the second stop loss level has not been reached. 

Published by Mark Rivest

Independent investment advisor, trader, and writer. Articles have appeared on Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities , Traders.com Advantage, Futuresmag.com, and Finance Magnates.

4 thoughts on “Pfizer Bullish Opportunity

  1. Hi Mark,

    I thought you might be interested in a Point and Figure YTD Daily Count on PFE.
    Currently the stock has a BearishTriple Broadening Top at 39 Resistance
    The latest P+F signal is a “Low Pole Reversal”,
    which is a bearish breakdown continuation count. to 31.36.

    Bearish Interpretation would be reversed, on a move above 39

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  2. Thanks for giving us the latest rundown on Pfizer, Mark. The race is on to develop a suitable virus, and it seems that Pfizer is up to the task. Thanks most of all for your continuing insight into the stock market’s many nuances. You’re the Elliott Wave expert!

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