LOPEZ HOLDINGS CORPORATION (LPZ)
As of May 14, 2015 at 03:30:00 PM GMT+8, LPZ ranged between PHP7.43 and PHP7.80.
LPZ closed at PHP7.50 with a Percentage Change of -1.32% or -0.10 points.
LPZ’s candlestick issued a SELL signal.
Current Price: PHP7.50
MACD, at -0.217900, shows that LPZ’s downward momentum is stronger than its upward momentum.
However, be informed that MACD is trending BELOW the signal line or the 9-day Moving Average, which means bears are trying to take control if not already in control.
MACD didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
DMI, at 22.28, shows that the downward movement of LPZ’s price is not yet completely directionally strong. However, bears are trying to take control of the situation.
DMI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Current Intraday Low: 7.43.
RSI, at 25.05, shows that LPZ is trending between (neutral position) the confirmed bearish and bullish zones.
RSI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Stochastic, at 12.65, shows that LPZ is oversold.
Stochastic didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Volatility Ratio, at 0.225600, may be too low for a possible breakout at PHP7.72.
Volatility Ratio didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
QStick, at -0.185000, shows that the selling momentum for the majority of the past 8 trading days is increasing.
QStick didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
The PARSAR line appears at the top of the current price, which triggers a SELL signal.
LPZ shows a bearish sign as the share price moves below the 5-day EMA.
That bearish pattern is being complemented by the 10-day EMA which is positioned above the 5-day EMA.
Today’s volume is 44.93% of the previous trading day.
Total Trade Amount Today: PHP146,857,153.00
Foreign Brokers’ Buy Value: PHP21,415,904.00 or 14.58%
Foreign Brokers’ Sell Value: PHP2,407,633.00 or 1.64%
Foreign Brokers’ Buy Average: 7.63
Foreign Brokers’ Sell Average: 7.63
As of today, 4 out of 11 active foreign brokers traded LPZ.
# of Net Buyers Among Foreign Brokers: 2 out of 4
ATR bought the most number of shares among foreign brokers amounting to PHP21,204,604.00
CREDIT sold the most number of shares among foreign brokers amounting to PHP1,879,119.00
Net Foreign Selling from April 14, 2015 to May 13, 2015 amounts to P248,149,996.00.
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