Global Boost-Y (BSTY) is thinly traded which means liquidity might not be able to ensure transactions of high volumes. The below chart shows an impulse set of white waves followed by a correction in the form of a Cup & Handle pattern. The subsequent impulse has also started again as price surged out of the handle formation and has come back to the start position because it couldn't sustain a vertical move. However, this doesn't mean the breakout is finished, as it's just getting started. This means that casting a buy ladder could be attractive but have a wider than usual net.
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