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FSL Trust: Time to buy?

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

FSL Trust has moved above its most recent downtrend resistance on 27 May and has established an uptrend support since it bottomed at 42.5c on 21 May with a white spinning top.  That white spinning top has delivered as a reversal signal, it would seem.

The MACD has crossed above the the signal line in negative territory.  MFI has formed a higher high after being resisted at 50%.  OBV has stopped declining.  All the technicals suggest that downward pressure has eased and that its price might now be basing.




Should we buy some now? As a hedge, maybe. We have to bear in mind that price has been rising recently on very low volume.  If price starts declining again soon, we would have a lower high formed and we want to see that 42.5c is not tested again (in which case, it would form a higher low) or, if it is tested, it should hold up (in which case, it might form a double bottom).  If 42.5c breaks as support, a new lower low would be formed, which is bearish.  Then, the MACD's bullish crossover in negative territory would have just been signalling a rebound and not a more bullish reversal.

So, I might hedge with a smallish long position but I would only buy more if I see clearer signs that price has bottomed and that it is recovering.

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