F&N analysis

Evening traders/investors,

This is F&N, F99.SI. You have probably seen their logo on drinks everywhere. Anyway, I have done an anlysis of its chart.

Ever since a whole year ago, F&N has been in a steady climb, gaining 60% – 70% to date. Generally I would not like looking at such charts; however, the occurence of a chart pattern prompted me to take a look at Fraser & Neave.

First up, I have drawn an upward parallel channel that F&N has respected for a whole year already. Currently, F&N is testing the bottom of the channel. I have also drawn an immediate support level of $6.20. Looking at the strength of this uptrend, I am not going to be quick to call for a reversal, especially since there is no pattern indicating that. I see F&N as looking bearish if it does not start heading back above the 50-day MA soon. If F&N breaks below the channel, I shall look for it to trade all the way down to the 200-day MA.

Next, I have drawn up fibonacci retracement levels. Looking at the gradient of the 200-day MA, it should head to the 38.2% retracement level, which is a reason why I feel any substantial downside should meet with support at the 200-day MA. When more than one factor contributes to a key level, whether it be resistance or support, I will respect the level alot. An example of this happening – look at the purple arrow I have drawn. 23.6% retracement level met the bottom of the parallel channel, what happens next was a short rebound.

Anyway, for now I will be hoping F&N continues to move inside the strong parallel channel. Lets see what happens.

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