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LMIR: A rebound might be next.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

LMIR is one of my favourite REITs. It has high yield, low gearing and a big discount to NAV.  However, its price has been in an obvious downtrend. The downtrend recently worsened.

FA is about value and TA is about price. Price wise, this counter might see more downside. Being pragmatic, I would add to my position when the next base is formed or when price rebounds and forms a higher low.




Looking at the daily chart, we see that on Friday, a white hammer was formed.  This is a nice bullish reversal signal. Drawing downtrend lines, we see that the steeper downtrend line coincides more or less with the declining 20dMA which formed a dead cross with the 200dMA in the last session.  This would be at 48c in the next session.  A rebound would probably find initial resistance at 48c.

I would wait to see if a lower high is formed before deciding whether to add to my position.  The MACD is still pulling away downwards from the signal line and the OBV is in decline.  MFI is in the oversold region and this also supports the idea of a near term rebound but it has been forming lower highs.  So, if another lower high is formed during the rebound, the bearish picture is reinforced.

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