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Golden Agriculture: Toppish.

Friday, November 5, 2010

On 1 Nov, I asked "Would the rising 20dMA be able to push the price higher? My suspicion is that sellers would turn out in force if price moves closer to 70c as it is a thrice tested resistance in recent memory.  Therefore, 70c remains the resistance to watch."  That resistance was breached on 3 Nov, the second time in 7 sessions. It suggested that 70c was no longer as strong a resistance as before.  However, closing at 70c means that it was still the resistance to watch. With the 20dMA still rising, immediate support moved higher to 66c from 65c.

Although volume improved, the picture of a negative divergence between price and volume was still obvious. The MFI and RSI were both descending and suggested that they could go lower to retest their respective uptrend supports. Momentum was weakening. The long upper wick on the white candle suggested some selling pressure beyond 70c.

On 4 Nov, the following session, this counter traded the whole day at 70c or higher. Closing at 70c seems to have confirmed it as the new support. The very low volume suggested a wait and see attitude ahead of the long weekend. Could we be seeing the formation of a rising wedge? This pattern could be valid if volume keeps decreasing which seems to be the case thus far and the downside target would be 61c.

With improving CPO price now a reality, it seems less risky loading up on CPO counters and that is precisely what market participants have done. Loading up on a pullback would be the prudent thing to do, however.

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