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FSL Trust: Approaching target.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

On 9 August, I said that "I also have some units which I bought in the recent crash. Why? I explained that the purchases were made based on TA and are for a trade. Looking at the charts, FSL Trust's price has not just found a floor, it has most probably bottomed.  So, would I sell at the bottom?  No." and that "From a FA perspective, it is true that FSL Trust has very high risks and its propects seem bleak in the longer term but would it go belly up in the next few months? Rather unlikely as the world economy is still on the mend and the fortunes of the shipping industry are looking up."

On 4 October, I said "46c is still the resistance to watch although it was briefly taken out today on higher volume. Eventual target remains defined by the descending 200dMA, currently at 50.5c."


Today, a white candle was formed as price closed at 47.5c.  46c could possibly be resistance turned support and we are a step closer to the eventual target. MACD has been rising in positive territory. MFI has formed higher lows and higher highs. Things are looking benign. However, volume is lacking suggesting that a lack of sellers rather than an abundance of buyers is the reason behind the price appreciation. This puts into question the sustainability of the recent buoyant price action.

Related posts:
FSL Trust: Where to from here?
FSL Trust: Challenging resistance.

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