Clean Energy (CLNE) has not formed a clear trend since the stock debuted at $12 in May of 2007. This is somewhat common for companies in emerging industries, as investors are still sizing up future prospects.

The good news is investors seem to agree that Clean Energy is worth no less than $10 – $12 dollars a share. You can see from this chart of CLNE there is a strong zone of support at this price range. Since 2007, the stock has held above this zone ten times. CLNE traded below $10 only during the financial crisis of 2008 – 2009.

See larger image

Let’s look at how Clean Energy is trading now. As you can see, after a steep decline, CLNE is holding above the support level of $12.

What’s more, a reverse head-and-shoulders pattern is forming. Now is not the time to buy… we must let the pattern play out.

See larger image

But if CLNE breaks above $15, the “neckline” of the pattern, then we’ll get the bullish signal we need to buy shares.

If CLNE breaks above $15 it should head higher to at least the $17.50 to $18.50 range. The top end of that range should hand us a nice 23% gain.

We’ll keep an eye on this intermediate-term pattern… as well as the long-term prospects of the natural gas infrastructure market.

If you haven’t done so already read the Survive & Prosper issue on “Natural Gas – The Future of Energy”.

Former White House Budget Director: 50% Crash Coming!

The horrible start to October has investors on high alert. This market bubble – inflated by the Fed’s low interest rates and Republican tax cuts – may have finally run its course.… Read More>>
Adam O'Dell
Adam O'Dell has one purpose in mind: to find and bring to subscribers investment opportunities that return the maximum profit with the minimum risk. Adam has worked as a Prop Trader for a spot Forex firm. While there, he learned the fundamentals of trading in the world’s largest market. He excelled at trading the volatile currency markets by seeking out low-risk entry points for trades with high profit potential. An MBA graduate and Affiliate Member of the Market Technicians Association, Adam is a lifelong student of the markets. He is editor of our hugely successful trading service, Cycle 9 Alert.