Category Archives: LC
AC – most likely to move forward after having no clear candlestick formation and price is moving inside the Kumo. Trading range is seen at 790 – 835 per share. ALCO – no bearish candlestick seen at the week’s closing.
ALCO – still consolidating inside the triangle with no clear direction where to break but if you based it on its RSI or Relative Strength Index, it is now overbought. Consolidation makes its RSI to loosen a bit before it
ALI – bounced from the Senkou Span on weekly chart and bulls were in control at the end of the week with newly found support at 35 per share. Price may continue to move up but not without testing the
ALI – up by 7.8% last week but slowed down last Friday as it reached the resistance area. Senkou Span of the Kumo resists the price from continuing its upward trend. Will it be broken this week or it will
AC – bearish sentiment is evident on this stock after it dropped by 6.7% last week. Although it found support at the Kumo and 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement level, it may not be enough for a reversal. It could go sideways
AC – down by 13% last week and no bullish signal is seen yet. Better not to be in a hurry to buy even when RSI or Relative Strength Index is at 26 Wait for the signal. ACR – currently
2GO – more like forming a handle for its cup. Price may retrace as the cup and handle formation is on its way. Kijun Sen line at 7.5 may pull the price down to complete the cup. Projected price will
ALI – dropped by 5.8% to close at 38.70 per share. There might be some spikes this week but the stock is currently on correction mode. Currently sitting at the support line provided by 23.6% Fibonacci Retracement level while next
ALI – last week’s price movement showed some bearish sentiment when ALI close the week with a Gravestone Doji. Will it retrace this week? Gravestone doji is a bearish signal when found at the top of the upward trend but
ANI – the price touches the Senkou Span line last Friday. Will this be the bottom for ANI? No rush. Wait for the bullish candlestick setup. BLOOM – the Kijun Sen line was able to pull the price up with
ANI – went up by 4% last week to close at 3.89 per share. Bullish sentiment is still there and price may go up towards 4.5x per share with the help of Kijun Sen line. 78.6% Fibonacci Retracement level is
ABS – looks like it found a bottom last week. Will it be able to break the 48.8 per share barrier? AGI – bulls have gained control last Friday with the help of Senkou Span A which acts as support.
ALI – doesn’t show any bearish sentiment at the moment. Price may continue to move up with resistance at 39 per share followed by 41 per share. ANI – weak bullish signal is still there for ANI with support at
ACR – after rallying early last week that sent the stock to 2.08 per share, it went down at 1.91 per share at week’s end. The candlestick last week is a Shooting Star which tells us that bearish sentiment is
AC – gap closed last Friday. Although we don’t have a bullish candlestick formation, this is a good stock to watch since the gap has already been filled. Test buy when you see a bullish candlestick. ACR – ended up
AGI – is currently at support level and may move sideways with bullish bias. Range is seen at 14 – 17 with next support seen at 13 per share. ANI – slipped down from current support and may go down
BHI – after the week’s battle, looks like the bulls are in control. Notice the Doji candlestick found at its weekly chart at the support line, this could mean the bears are now exhausted and the bulls starting to take
PSEi – weekly chart shows multiple weak bullish signals for the past weeks. While it is currently on its resistance this could still go up further towards 7260 2GO – looks like heading toward the completion of its cup formation?
PSEi – our index is currently fighting to break from the resistance slope. Selling pressure was greater last week but so far the support provided by the Kijun Sen line at 6730 holds. If it will close this week below
PSEi – weekly chart shows index is currently at the resistance slope. Will it be able to break from it? As of now we don’t see any bearish candlestick which means bulls are still in control. Should the slope be