Both EURAUD and EURNZD have been rangebound since 6 weeks. Their daily and monthly charts paint a compelling picture. Hopefully a driver will come along soon – if the final direction is down, there appears to be room for a big move.
I can’t make up my mind about this chart. Technical analysis concepts do apply but fluctuations are just huge. Try to slice finely on very low time frame or go for broad strokes and be ready to deal with big P/L movement?
XLP retains it’s status as a leading bear sector in the US market. At the moment, moving averages, price action and chart pattern paint a bearish reversal setup. 1) Moving average dead cross. 2) Bearish expansion in January terminates last 4 quarters of higher lows. 3) Fallen out of equidistant channel.
This weekly chart of Zijin Mining (2899.hk) is an excellent example illustrating various technical analysis concepts: 1) Moving averages as a roadmap that provides direction, support. 2) Chart pattern reveals continuation (base building) or reversal. 3) Volume as an excellent companion of price movement.
Out of 7 USDJPY forecasts compiled in the beginning of the year, 6 appear to be wrong. It is 11 months too early to tell but does not bode well. Price takes the path of least resistance – JPY charts suggest this ‘least resistance’ path is down.
This rising 20-year trend line in 3M chart of ST Engineering (S63.si) could be a pretty good support if we take away fear-driven lows. Buying-the-dip below this line turned out to be excellent value investing strategy during past three crises.
These are 4 oil and gas stocks listed on the Hong Kong Exchange that could be easily picked out with a stock scanner that looks for high volume trading or new 52-week high. They are Anton Oilfield, Sinopec, Hilong and Hong Hua.