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CapitaMalls Asia: Testing resistance.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Although volume was lower than the previous session, price managed to overcome both resistance levels at $1.88 and $1.90. We could see the resistance provided by the descending 50dMA at $1.93 challenged next. Indeed, it could be argued at price is now at resistance provided by a trendline resistance at $1.92. Overcoming this resistance could see a retest of $1.97, the high of 17 Jan.

The RSI has broken out of 50% and is rising higher while the MFI is now testing 50% as resistance. So, initial observation suggests that although buying momentum is recovering, demand is not very strong. This is a fragile condition which could see things go either way. However, drawing a trendline support yields a very interesting picture. The MFI's uptrend is actually intact!

That $1.83 is now a support of some strength is indisputable. Market participants would remember it as the support which did not break. If this were to be tested once more, I am willing to bet that more buyers would emerge. So, although the longer term MAs are still in decline, the gently rising 20dMA tells a story of possible reversal. Although I am not adding to my long position, I am not a seller either.

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