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NOL: $2.21 and moving higher?

Monday, November 1, 2010

NOL's share price pushed higher today, forming a nice white candle, to close at $2.21, just 2c shy of the intra day high at $2.23. Volume expanded nicely as well.


All technical indicators show that the uptrend has positive momentum: MFI has formed higher lows suggesting a sustained demand and this is reinforced by the OBV which shows consistent accumulation. Every single pullback in NOL's share price in the past few months was an opportunity to accumulate, it would seem.

Taking in the Fibo lines, we could see 138.2%, which coincides with the high of 15 April, retested.  This is at $2.35. This, of course, is based on the assumption that the current bullish momentum follows through. With the MFI poised to enter overbought territory, taking some profits off the table in such a situation is not a bad idea although in extremely bullish conditions, the MFI could stay overbought for a long while.

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