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NOL: Multi-month uptrend.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

On 1 Nov, I suggested that "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."


On 3 Nov, the counter hit a high of $2.32 before closing at $2.30. So, the closing price was just 5c shy of the 138.2% Fibo line. Volume expanded significantly, providing the fuel which created an impressive white candle. With the MACD rising strongly above the signal line in positive territory and the MFI yet to break into overbought territory, it looked as if it would retest resistance at $2.35.


On 4 Nov, price action formed a hangman (a black hammer at a peak) which suggested the presence of selling pressure. However, the relatively low volume suggested that the selling pressure was weak. Indeed the OBV confirms a lack of distribution. With MFI and RSI both in overbought territory, this counter could face some short term resistance in moving up further in price. A pullback to $2.16 would be a good price to accumulate if we believe in the multi-month uptrend.



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