New York, January 23rd (TradersHuddle.com) - Shares of Compuware Corporation (NASDAQ:CPWR) closed the trading session at $7.81 near its 50 day moving average currently set at $8.19. Compuware's price action is below this important level, which makes the stock difficult to buy, as there will certainly be resistance as it approaches its 50 day.
Compuware Corporation (NASDAQ:CPWR) provides software products and information technology solutions. The Company offers a set of integrated solutions for enterprise IT including IT portfolio management, application development, quality assurance and IT service management.
Latest price action range, defined by a peaks and troughs algorithm places calculated support at $7.35 and calculated resistance at $8.49. These levels will be closely watched by traders, as they provide great insight into the latest price dynamics defined by Compuware shares.
Traders should evaluate their trade if they want to establish a position on Compuware given the resistance expected as the stock approaches the 50 day moving average. A trade might materialize as the stock manages to break this important level, as it could be used as support going forward, however until the break materializes buying the stock is nothing different than flipping a coin. Other levels that traders will be evaluating are the ones defined by the peak and troughs algorithm that provides great price level reference points.
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