Summary Free Membership     Add to watchlist     Email to friendSee our recent article: How do I manage my trading risk?(Date Report Was Created: 10-Jan-2012) Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. (ODFL)ServicesLast: 39.61  (+0.85 pts, 2.19%)  Open: 39.47  High: 39.62  low: 39.18  Trucking Quick Summary The Stock is in Warning Phase. The Warning Phase occurs after the market has topped and is now showing weak signs of selling. The prices may have temporarily stopped rising. The stock has retraced 5.1% from its recent high price of 41.76 which occurred on 3-Jan-2012. The current price is below the 20 day moving average of 39.85. The stock could possibly find support at the 50 day moving average of 38.54. The closest support can be found at 38.47. The closest resistance can be found at 40.82. See Support/Resistance Louis Vuitton M93119
below for details. How to trade Old Dominion Freight Line Inc.(ODFL)? Breakout Trade: A close above the resistance level of 40.82 could trigger a buy signal. Confirmation would occur when the low of the day would be above 40.82. Retracement Trade: Consider buying when the price retraces around 38.47. Consider selling/shorting when the price approaches 40.82. Risk Management: Consider risking somewhere between 1.596(4.03%) and 2.66(6.72%) points on your position. Risk management is an important part of trading. Our risk management strategy is based on the average daily range of the stock. Sign up for free membership to view complete report. (Available only for short time) Look up analysis for ANOTHER stock Sign up for complete report Free Membership     Add to watchlist     Email to friend To view complete institutional style report and recommendation on Old Dominion Freight Line Inc.(ODFL), pleaseSign up for free membership!!! If you have already registered, login now, to view the complete report. We evaluate over 4000 stocks everyday. Read our analysis for ODFL and other stocks daily.Why not become a member ?For now, it is FREE!!! Technicals Free Membership     Add to watchlist     Email Louis Vuitton Sale
to friend Market Phase:? Warning This indicator compares long term trend with short term price action to explain the current phase of the market. According to the indicator, the stock of Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. is in the Warning Phase. The market for ODFL may have briefly paused from rising, and is now showing weak signs of selling.  Short Term Trend:     (-3) The short term trend indicator only looks at 10 to 20 day timeframe to determine the current trend. Old Dominion Freight Line Inc.(ODFL) is currently mildly bearish. 3 Day Money Flow:     (-4) The money flowing for last 3 days in ODFL has been mildly bearish. This indicator summarizes the price and volume activity over last 3 days. It is a very short term indicator. Snapshot Free Membership     Add to watchlist     Email to friendPhase:?Warning  Relative Strength:    (+9) EPS Growth(yoy):    (+9)  Fundamental:    (+6)  To view complete report on Old Dominion Freight Line Inc.(ODFL)please sign up for free.If you have already registered, login now to view the complete report. askStockGuru TIPS Free Membership     Add to watchlist     Email to friendIf you are investing in stock, or if you buy stocks, trade stock, or are into stock investing, read this section to improve your stock trading skills. Risk Management should be critical part of your trading plan. A rational risk managment plan is crucial because it save your portfolio under turbulant market conditions. Here is one approach to manage risk involved in trading stocks. Tip. Limit the amount of money that you risk on a stock or a trade. Don't put your eggs in one basket. Investing too much of Louis Vuitton M40157
your trading capital on one stock or trade increases your risk. Common sense dictates that it is not the right thing to do. Many people have rightly suggested that investors should diversify their portfolios. Diversification does not increase returns, but it reduces your risk. The question then comes up is, how much money should I risk on a trade or a stock ? The amount of money that you should risk on a stock depends on the capital you have to trade, your mental and personal makeup to tolerate risk, and your goals. Normally, it is suggested that a trader should not risk more then 2-5% of the available capital on one particular trade. This is a good rule of thumb; however, you should evaluate your personal circumstances and risk tolerance before taking on a trade.