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Charts in brief: 16 Jul 10 (Part 3).

Sunday, July 18, 2010

LMIR: Although falling to 48.5c today means that price has fallen below the downtrend resistance drawn from the high of 11 Jan, price has been falling on lowering volume in the last few sessions.  This is comforting as it means a lack of distribution. This is confirmed by the OBV. 48.5c is resistance turned support for now.

NOL: $2 is an important resistance turned support formed by the merged 20d and 100d MAs. If this were to break, price could fall to $1.94 next. What looks like a symmetrical triangle has formed. Breaking to the downside would find initial support at $1.84, the 23.6% Fibo line which coincides with the 200dMA. Breaking to the upside gives an initial target of $2.22.

Raffles Education: Since hitting a high of 34c on 12 July, there has clearly been distribution activity as suggested by the declining OBV. Price is now supported by the 20dMA at 29.5c. The decline in price in the last few sessions has been accompanied by declining volume and this low volume pullback could be a chance for some brave punters. The MFI is still uptrending and if it were to bounce off its support, price could move higher once more.

SPH: OBV rising strongly, suggesting heavy accumulation. MFI bordering on overbought. MACD rising strongly in positive territory. All these as price closed at $4.08, the target I identified not too long ago. Volume is lower which suggests that price moved higher because there were lesser sellers.  People are probably waiting to see how high it can go.

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SPH: BUY calls aplenty.
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