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SM PRIME HOLDINGS, INC. (SMPH)
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As of January 29, 2015 at 03:30:00 PM GMT+8, SMPH ranged between PHP18.60 and PHP19.26.
SMPH closed at PHP18.68 with a Percentage Change of -2.20% or -0.42 points.
SMPH’s candlestick issued a SELL signal.
Current Price: PHP18.68
Total Trade Amount [JAN 29 2015]: PHP409,577,049.00
Foreign Broker’s Buy Value: PHP145,017,441.64 or 59.50%
Foreign Selling: PHP131,358,269.51 or 53.90%
MACD, at 0.565300, shows that SMPH’s upward momentum is stronger than its downward momentum.
Be informed that MACD is trending ABOVE the signal line or the 9-day Moving Average, which means bulls are trying to take control if not already in control.
MACD didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
DMI, at 26.43, shows that the upward movement of SMPH’s price is directionally strong. Bulls are in complete control.
DMI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
RSI, at 60.21, shows that SMPH is trending between (neutral position) the confirmed bearish and bullish zones.
RSI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Stochastic, at 84.89, shows that SMPH is overbought.
Stochastic didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Volatility Ratio, at 0.445900, is too low for a possible breakout at PHP19.20. Nonetheless, you need to mix-and-match the signals coming from the other indicators since the Volatility Ratio isn’ t a standalone technical indicator.
Volatility Ratio didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
QStick, at -0.007500, 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 bottom, which means the uptrend’s momentum is still felt.
SMPH shows a bearish sign as the share price moves below the 5-day EMA.
However, the bulls are trying to regain control with the 10-day EMA positioned below the 5-day EMA.
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