This week we are going to look into AGI which could go up until the resistance level BUT be careful since we have a news about Resorts World operator halves IPO price which might affect the price of AGI. PGOLD on the other hand is breaking the resistance level, talking about the upward channel. For those holding PGOLD, they may hold it for a while until newly found support or a bearish candlestick will appear. Fo those just about to get in, think twice. Third stock to monitor is PIP which is showing indecisive mood on weekly chart after falling big. A test buy near support (refer to weekly chart) would be good. SECB on the other hand is still trying to move past the 140 – 144 resistance zone. I think the bulls will have to rest as it is already exhausted after few days of going up. Lastly, ALI which is slowly coming back from the drop.
This week we will be looking at SECB which closed the gap last Thursday. Another bank, MBT but we will wait until it will close the gap below. PGOLD will try to break the resistance line again, this is worth monitoring. AGI and DNL seem to have a pattern where they will bounce.
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After we have seen some gap ups late last week, some stocks may correct and close the gap before they will continue to move upward, that is, if we have a continuation of the bullish run. More and more stocks are now crossing above the 20-day SMA lines and some even reached 50% Fibonacci Retracement levels. Are we now at that starting line for the uptrend? Stocks we will monitor for possible correction that will give us opportunity to buy are MBT and ALI. ICT on the other hand may give us a good price entry once it hits the support line. COSCO who is knocking on its resistance line with a reward of filling the gap above is worth the risk. MWC has the gap above which is worthy of taking risk as well.
This week we will be picking on AGF for possible break from the resistance, MPI for possible bounce now that it reaches the lower end of the channel, LR as it silently move sideways, CPG since the bearish signal wasn’t confirmed and taking extra care on MEG and MBT for possible retrace.
This week may not be a good week as bearish sentiment is all around. Most of the stocks have a hard time breaking resistances like the 20-day SMA line. Most stock continue to trade with 20-day SMA lines below its 200-day SMA line. CPG and MCP as we see last week have a hard time breaking its resistance, LC continue to disappoint many traders and have a strong bearish bias which may send its price to 52-week low. SM on the other hand may have a spike but bulls need to do extra work for it to happen.