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CapitaMalls Asia: Steady in a sea of red.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

For a brief few minutes, its share price overcame gap resistance at $1.75, touching a high of $1.76. Ultimately, gap resistance proved too strong as price closed the session at $1.75. Volume was lower than the preceding session which is probably why price action lacked the impetus to close above gap resistance.


Nonetheless, in a sea of red, closing unchanged is a sign of strength. Both MFI and RSI have turned up. While it is still too early to say, we could be seeing the formation of a higher low on the MACD. It would be clearer by end of the week. This could reinforce the positive divergence we are witnessing in the weekly chart.

Overcoming the gap resistance convincingly could see the share price testing resistance at $1.83 and perhaps even $1.88. A more bullish scenario could even see the longer term downtrend resistance approximating the declining 100dMA tested.

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