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As of November 25, 2014 at 3:30PM GMT+8, URC ranged between PHP190.100000 and PHP194.000000.
URC closed at PHP190.100000 with a Percentage Change of -1.55% or -3.000000 points.
URC’s candlestick issued a SELL signal.
Current Price: PHP190.100000
Total Traded Amount [NOV 25 2014]: PHP474,179,333.00
Net Foreign Buying: 53.80%
Net Foreign Selling: 23.84%
MACD, at 2.264000, shows that URC’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 or remain in control.
MACD didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
DMI, at 21.470000, shows that the upward movement of URC’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 60.550000, shows that URC is trending between (neutral position) the confirmed bearish and bullish zones.
RSI didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Stochastic, at 70.630000, shows that URC is neither oversold nor overbought.
Stochastic didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
Volatility Ratio, at 0.487500, is too low for a possible breakout at PHP193.100000.
Volatility Ratio didn’t issue a buy or sell signal.
QStick, at -0.163000, 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.
URC set its new 52-week high today, but bears pulled the share price down. Is this an opportunity to buy the dips or let it test deeper support zones first?
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