NICKEL ASIA CORPORATION (NIKL)
As of July 13, 2015 at 03:30:00 PM GMT+8, NIKL ranged between PHP10.02 and PHP10.50.
NIKL closed at PHP10.38 with a Percentage Change of 3.80% or 0.38 points.
NIKL’s candlestick issued a SELL signal.
Current Price: PHP10.38
MACD, at -2.481000, shows that NIKL’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 the bears are trying to take control if not already in control.
MACD didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
DMI, at 28.46, shows that the downward movement of NIKL’s price is directionally strong. Bears are in full control.
DMI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
RSI shows that NIKL is bearish.
RSI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Stochastic, at 8.01, shows that NIKL is oversold.
Stochastic didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Volatility Ratio, at 0.033100, may be too low to move closer to PHP11.00 by the next trading day.
Volatility Ratio didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
QStick, at -0.507000, 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.
NIKL 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.
The volume on July 13, 2015 is 51.94% of the previous trading day.
Total Trade Amount on July 13, 2015: P47,486,060.00
Note: The numbers below are for the ONLINE FOREIGN BROKERS’ DATA unless otherwise explicitly written as “Net Foreign Buying” or “Net Foreign Selling”.
As of July 13, 2015, 5 out of 11 active online foreign brokers traded NIKL.
Online Foreign Brokers’ Buy Value: PHP6,418,368.00 or 13.52%
Online Foreign Brokers’ Sell Value: PHP746,456.00 or 1.57%
Online Foreign Brokers’ Buy Average: 10.35
Online Foreign Brokers’ Sell Average: 10.25
# of Net Buyers Among Online Foreign Brokers: 3 out of 5
MORGAN bought the biggest number of shares among online foreign brokers amounting to PHP3,848,738.00.
UBS sold the biggest number of shares among online foreign brokers amounting to PHP619,540.00.
It’s a Net Foreign Selling from July 1, 2015 to July 13, 2015 amounting to P136,463,302.00.
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