My team of traders say you need to pay attention to the Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL).

As you can see on the chart above, the insurance juggernaut saw shares pop last week after posting better-than-expected second quarter earnings.

This helped the stock breakout out of a bearish downward trendline of resistance.

The pattern the stock was in is known as a “descending triangle.”

The breakout to the upside signals that shares should continue running higher.

My team says a common price target is found by taking the height of the price pattern.

In this case it was $15 from the start of the red line, to the green line on the chart.

That’s a price target of $120 a share, and would signal a new all-time high for the stock.

This would be an upside potential of at least 20% from here, with the catalyst of new highs likely pushing this return beyond 30% by the end of the year.

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