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CapitaMalls Asia: Rebounding from $1.83.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Last Friday, I mentioned that "A short term positive divergence is what I see with higher lows on the MFI and the RSI as price declined. As price has been pushing the borders of the lower Bollinger and is some distance from the 20dMA, we could expect a brief respite from further downward pressure."


Today, a white candlestick was formed with price rebounding to close at $1.87. The relatively low volume suggests that the mood is still cautious and the rebound could simply be a technical one as the counter was oversold.

There could, however, be more room for price to rise as the MFI and RSI both formed higher lows, enhancing the picture of a positive divergence with price movement. A buy signal has also appeared on the MACD histogram while OBV turned up signalling an end to distribution which has been taking place since 13 Dec.

This counter is still in a downtrend and selling at resistance is the prudent thing in a downtrend. I see immediate resistance at $1.92.  This is followed by $1.95 and $1.97.

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CapitaMalls Asia: Closed at $1.84.

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