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CapitaMalls Asia: Accumulate on further weakness.

Monday, April 18, 2011

CapitaMalls Asia has a strong resistance at $1.88. That is quite obvious. This resistance level was breached in many recent sessions although price did not close any higher. If the counter's share price were to move to retest this resistance level again, it could very well give way to higher prices. In the meantime, a pull back is underway.


Today, only 123 lots out of a 3,434 lots changed hands at $1.83. This is the immediate support identified before. The next support level is at $1.80, which was a weak resistance which gave way on 5 April. This weak resistance could be a stronger support as it is where we find the golden cross formed by the rising 20dMA and the flat 50dMA. If this should break, I see support at $1.76 which is suggested by candlesticks and the approximate position of the 61.8% Fibo fan line.

What am I going to do? Well, seeing how the pull back is on rather low volume, I am inclined to accumulate on weakness. However, seeing the momentum oscillators still bordering on overbought, it would not be wrong to wait for further weakness before accumulating. So, a buy queue at $1.80 as a hedge and another buy queue at $1.76? Perhaps.

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