Investing in Argentina’s largest consumer lender, Grupo Financiero Galicia, could prove profitable if the GGAL stock resumes the rally. The stock is currently trading at the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level, aligned with the 2007 resistance level in the monthly chart. The uptrend is well defined and investors need to pick good entry points, if they want to take advantage of the Argentinian financial stock. Volume increase noted in the chart also points to the upwards direction, adding credibility to the stock price movement up to now. A stop loss of $1 per share and a target profit close to the previous resistance level offers a 5-1 reward-risk ratio for this long trade.
Disclaimer: I’m long GGAL.