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Golden Agriculture: Breaking the 200dMA.

Friday, August 27, 2010

CPO at RM2,543 and Golden Agriculture's share price is at 53.5c. The 200dMA is at 54c and closing below this MA is bearish.  The question to ask is could this bearishness be short term in nature.

Although the MFI's dramatic decline has continued, signalling a rapid fall in demand, it is bordering on oversold.  The RSI has, in fact, plunged into oversold territory, suggesting that the strong selling pressure might be overdone.  Looking at the OBV, we do not spot any heavy distribution activities.  This suggests that the selling could be by weaker holders.  In fact, look at the volume and we realise that, although higher than the previous three sessions, it is not dramatic.

Drawing upon the gentlest of uptrend lines from the low of 25 May, we find the next support at 52.5c.  Look at the weekly chart and 52.5c is where we find the 50wMA and this has proven to be a reliable support before.  Very interestingly, look at the MFI and RSI in the weekly chart. They are rising and as price fell in the last three weeks, the MFI continued rising. If price bounces off 52.5c, we could have a reversal on hand.

"Palm oil prices must rise to around MYR3,000 ($955) a metric ton to curtail demand for exports, as bouts of bad weather have limited palm production growth in Indonesia and Malaysia, the world’s top palm oil producers, leading vegetable oils analyst Dorab Mistry said Thursday evening. 

"Global consumption of vegetable oils for food and biofuels will likely grow by 6 million tons during the year to March 2011, while growth in supply of those oils will likely be a dismal 2.3 million tons due to adverse weather around the world, Mistry said in a speech prepared for an industry conference in Belem, Brazil."

-By Shie-Lynn Lim, Dow Jones Newswires;
August 26, 2010 09:00 ET (13:00 GMT)


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