Parabolic Chart Patterns in Healthcare Stocks


NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Jun 22, 2015) – “New To The Street,” a television show that profiles public companies across national TV networks and social media channels with in-depth anchor driven reporting, first told viewers about DS Healthcare Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: DSKX) in October of last year.

Among NASDAQ healthcare stocks, certainly one stands out most with a rare and bullish chart pattern. We are following DS Healthcare Group, Inc.(NASDAQ: DSKX) which has had nearly 500% gains for investors in 3 months and has formed a parabolic chart pattern. The stock is seeing significant momentum in both price and liquidity as more investors discover this company.

What captured our attention is that this is in fact a textbook perfect parabolic chart pattern, a highly prized price formation that allows investors to make rapid gains. It is difficult not to marvel at the beauty of this chart. The stock has a very bullish pattern and may soon break the $5 price level.

We had previously identified this company and interviewed their CEO Daniel Khesin on our television series “New To The Street” which airs onFox Business. We told potential investors about this cutting edge company and their stand-alone quality products and have visited their headquarters in Miami, Florida. After following the company for some time, there is simply no other player in the healthcare space with this level of innovation. This is certainly the company to watch and we expect more exciting developments in the future.

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