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Raffles Education: Golden cross.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

On 4 Oct, I mentioned that "it looks to me like a positive divergence is forming between the downtrend in price and the MACD.  As price formed lower highs, the MACD has been forming higher lows". This picture has not changed.  The positive divergence is still quite obvious.


Price has been moving in a tight range between 28c and 29.5c of late.  The declining 100dMA is adding pressure to resistance at 29.5c.  To move higher, the resistance provided by the 100dMA would have to be taken out decisively.  Could this happen soon?

The rising 20dMA which recently completed a golden cross with the 50dMA tells us that the shorter term price movement has an upward bias.  The 20dMA is still rising and seems on track to form a golden cross with the declining 100dMA next. 

Today, volume expanded as a doji was formed, a hint that a reversal could be on hand.  This happened as a higher low was formed on the MFI, suggesting strengthening demand, and the RSI shows a similar pattern, suggesting stronger buying momentum.

The Bollinger bands are squeezing and the channel seems to be pointing upwards.  If price does break through the 100dMA to move higher, it would meet with initial resistance at 31c.  This is followed by the eventual target of 34c.

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