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FSL Trust: Sold some at 48c.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Yesterday, I reduced my long position in FSL Trust at 48c, locking in some gains. You might remember that I sold some on 30 Dec at 47c. Then, I mentioned that "In a benign situation, I expect gap resistance at 46c to become support in the near term. This is further strengthened by the uptrend support line. Technically, the worst seems to be over for FSL Trust and a retest of resistance at 48.5c looks likely in time." 48c is just one bid away from 48.5c and selling some at 48c is a hedge in case price weakens.


A doji was formed yesterday, suggesting indecision, while the uptrending MFI broke its support when it emerged from the overbought territory a day earlier. Encouraging though some technicals might be with the MACD continuing to rise and the OBV showing no signs of distribution, the RSI was way overbought.

My long position in FSL is for a trade and the entry was not based on fundamentals, which are lacking. So, reducing my long position, locking in gains at resistance and at signs of weakening demand, at least partially, is prudent although it could limit gains in case of further price appreciation.


Today, 48c remains the resistance as a gravestone doji was formed. The stalemate between bulls and bears is obvious but it seems as if the bulls are tiring. Further upside seems difficult and could be limited to a retest of the high of 48.5c touched on 21 Oct 10. A pull back would see immediate support at 46c which is also where the 20dMA is rising to form a golden cross with the declining 200dMA.

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