Peloton Shaping Up Well
Online fitness provider Peloton is "working out" a chart that shapes up well. This popular brand, which provides streaming workouts and equipment for their exercise bike as well as weight training and yoga workouts, has been on a monster move the past year. With many gyms closed for extended periods of time due to COVID-19, more and more exercise enthusiasts have decided to purchase the Peloton bike and streaming service as a way to stay fit.
From a fundamental perspective, Peloton has seen strong earnings and sales the last three quarters and is projected to have continued success in 2021 and 2022. My girlfriend purchased the bike in November and noted how demand for the bike is through the roof. For a technical point of view, I love the steady long-term uptrend of the chart and the lack of distribution over the past month. I took a position in Peloton as it hammered off the 50-day moving average today. This is a low-risk, high-reward entry point for me, as I can take a small loss and move on if major support levels are broken or capture a large gain if PTON "rides" higher.
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