AIRBNB (ABNB) Target reached (+ 39 %) and updates

AIRBNB (ABNB) Target reached and Updates

After pulling out to the $ 144 level in August after the important double low in July, Airbnb continued its bullish trend, which ended on a stunning post-Earnings Friday, where the price opened with a major upside GAP for then close above $ 200.

Once the first two targets I had indicated have been pulverized (go and see the last post on AIRBNB), ABNB closes above the psychological threshold of $ 200 and for those who had taken a cue from my idea of ​​August, today would have made a profit of over 39% in about 2 and a half months, not bad.

For those who, like me, want to keep the title in their portfolio for a long time, we have numerous levels to be able to accumulate:

– the trendline that has been created, for now with two points of tangency, but which obviously represents an important reference point.
– 171.50 $ important volumetric level

With the resumption of tourism, business travel, I do not think the price will return below this level, but if something extremely serious happens at the macroeconomic level, the POC in the $ 150 zone is the ideal level.

In the short-medium term, a general profit-taking and a violent pull-back in the $ 185 area is possible, but the target remains $ 215, as indicated by me previously.

I won’t dwell on the strength and goodness of the company, if you want to know my general analysis, go and read my August article. I can only confirm that in my opinion, Airbnb is a company destined to grow over time, which is why it is one of the 10 stocks that make up my long-term portfolio.

Happy trading

Lazy Bull


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