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CapitaMalls Asia: Pulling back on low volume.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

I bought more shares of CapitaMalls Asia today at $1.91 as its share price retreated to test its support at $1.90. I like the picture which is forming which suggests a low volume pull back taking place.

With a sell signal appearing on the MACD histogram and the MACD still in negative territory, although it has been rising above the signal line, one could not be faulted for staying cautious. Look at the RSI and it is clear that the trendline support is broken. However, look at the MFI which takes in not just price but volume as well, support is just being tested.

Whether the uptrend support at $1.90 holds up is important for the counter in the near future. If it breaks, the nascent uptrend is in jeopardy and I would turn cautious  If it holds up, price could bounce off and move higher. With the rising 20dMA on course to meet the falling 50dMA, expect some volatility but the technicals do have an upward bias for now and a golden cross is in the works.

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