JOLLIBEE FOODS CORPORATION (JFC) – 11.11.2014 Stock Review

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DISCLAIMER: I was not commissioned by any company to write about this stock review. The contents of this article are based on my own analysis and interpretation.  I would recommend you to do your own analysis if you’d like to confirm the information that is presented in this article. This is only a sneak preview of my technical analysis. This is not financial advice. Whether you decide to buy, hold, or sell the stock that’s being reviewed, it’s all up to. Trade at your own risk. Only the subscribers of the Stock Signals Program get my detailed technical analysis and recommended plan of action.


JOLLIBEE FOODS CORPORATION (JFC) - 11.11.2014 Stock Review

Technical Analysis: Sneak Preview Only

As on November 11, 2014 at 10:46:47 AM GMT+8, JFC ranged between PHP197.00 and PHP197.90.
JFC is currently at PHP197.20 with a Percentage Change of 0.10% or 0.20 points.
JFC’s candlestick issued a SELL signal.

Current Price: PHP197.2000
Support: PHP194.0000
Resistance: PHP199.0000

Total Traded Amount [NOV 11 2014]: PHP41,372,540.00
Net Foreign Buying: 3.68%
Net Foreign Selling: 4.02%

MACD, at 1.782, shows that JFC’s upward momentum is stronger than its downward momentum.
MACD didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.

DMI, at 18.37, shows that the upward movement of JFC’s price is not yet completely directionally strong. However, bulls are trying to take control of the situation.
DMI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.

RSI, at 61.93, shows that JFC is trending between (neutral position) the confirmed bearish and bullish zones.
RSI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.

Stochastic, at 86.68, shows that JFC is overbought.
Stochastic didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.

Volatility Ratio, at 0.18, is too low for a possible breakout at PHP199.0000.
Volatility Ratio didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.

QStick, at 0.075, shows that the buying momentum for the majority of the past 8 trading days is increasing.
QStick issued a SELL signal.

As of this writing, the traded volume is almost equal to yesterday’s total traded volume. With very small percentage coming from foreign investors, do you take that as a clue to buy, hold, or sell?

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