Lots of charts are getting busted by the decline in commodities and gold today. This one looked good a few days ago, now it lost support. Will have to wait and see if it's a fakeout or not, but the dollar and bonds suggest this could be a start rather than an end. I expect gold will outperform commodities though, no matter which direction gold moves.
Both of these were mentioned by Far East Capital. Both look like they will double if they can start and sustain a breakout. Both are working on nickel discoveries. I don't own either of them at the moment.
BTC Bitcoin has a chart that looks like the inverse of gold, silver, platinum and uranium miners these days. It is sporting a head-and-shoulders pattern. First support is around $20k. I think $1k is a possible target in a bad bear market similar to the doctom bust 20 years ago. The pattern itself generates a target of zero, technically below zero. A mirrored decline of the run-up would take BTC to zero around late October or November. That is solely a chart read. As a trade, I would be long gone on a BTC short before then, I'd probably exit around $10k if I took a short position here. I don't touch it though. As I've laid before, my crypto bet is on a different Bitcoin blockchain, BSV.
Paratek is a stock I found while looking for pure plays on reshoring of U.S. drug manufacturing. I was looking for companies making precursors for drugs and in my search, I came across this company that manufactures antibiotics domestically. I bought it simply for the story and a nice chart, and it turned into a great investment thus far. They were working on a new antibiotics for community-acquired bacterial pneumonia and acute baceterial skin infections. The FDA recently approved its new antibiotic NUZYRA for oral dosing. After $10 per share falls, the next major resistance is around $13, the downward sloping long-term resistance (blue).