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SPH: $4.20 is still resistance.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

On 9 September, I said "although a correction could be avoided if volume expands in the next few sessions as price pushes upwards, such a move would have a formidable sell queue to clear at $4.20. If ever this resistance was cleared, SPH's share price could fly.  At the moment, chances are slim that this would happen".  Well, $4.20 is still the resistance to watch.


Today, another black candle was formed, the third in a row, as price touched a low of  $4.13 before closing at $4.16.  The MACD seems set to form a bearish crossover with the signal line while the OBV continues to decline. Distribution is underway. The MFI has emerged from the overbought region which suggests that demand is no longer zealous.  The RSI although declining is still in the overbought territory and this suggests that we could see buying momentum slow down further.

The rising 20dMA should provide immediate support at $4.10 and this was also a natural candlestick resistance level. Would $4.10 hold as a support? We would have to wait and see.

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