Shares of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (NYSE:TEVA) sold hard in early trading, hitting its lowest levels since 2005. It look like another sad day for investors in the pharma stock, but then something amazing happened. The stock turned around, surging to the upside and turning positive on the day. A reversal like this gets the attention of every technical investor and hedge fund trader. In addition, the stock has already traded big volume, over 10 million by 1:30pm ET. Anytime a stock is making new 52 week lows or in this case, decade lows and reverses in such powerful fashion, smart investors jump on board for a possible bottom play.
The upside on Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is big, with a near-term target of $37.50. Investors should be taking note of this reversal on volume. This may be a multi-year low being made with huge upside.
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