Boston Properties is a US real estate investment company. Its portfolio comprises upscale office properties and business centers as well as a hotel. Its activities are concentrated on city regions such as Boston, Washington D.C., New York, San Francisco and Princeton. Boston Properties is among the leading real estate trusts worldwide, with main clients such as the US government and major companies like Citibank. In the following analysis, we will expand on the company stock from a chart-related perspective.
Review (daily chart)
After the SMA 200, which is observed by many market participants, was undercut very dynamically, a downward trend was also established around the end of April, which has now been confirmed in the current trading month and is currently being corrected. The BXP stock is a potential short candidate with very attractive target prices and a downward potential of up to 15%.
Outlook hourly chart
In the hourly chart, we can see the correction that is currently underway, which has yet to develop in our preferred trading direction. For a short entry, one should wait for the formation of a signal, e.g. in the form of a P2, and place the stop loss above the last P3 (depicted in green). Alternatively, and with the advantage of a more favorable stop, one can also practise trading from out of the correction or the formation of a reversal bar at a significant point.
The targets are located in the area around $117.00 until down into the area of approx. $114.00 and $108.00 (see green zones in the daily chart), which makes the stock even more attractive for short entries. If the price significantly exceeds the last prominent high at $128.00, we should abandon the short scenario for the time being (depicted in red in the daily chart).
Before trading, one should take news in the environment and from the company into account. Similarly, one should also observe the development of the overall market.
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