Genting SP testing 50-day MA

Good day all,

I have a short post on Genting SP for today.

From the lows in 2010 to the highs made in 2010 and earlier this year, I have plotted fibonacci retracement levels. In this case, the 23.6% level acted as very good support for quite some time. Once price broke below strong support – and the 200-day MA was also broken – Genting kept making lower highs. From my last post on Genting SP, I found a large downward parallel channel. The sell-off last month did not spare Genting SP as well, and price dropped below the 38.2% retracement level and the parallel channel. For me, these are very bearish signs. I certainly will not be touting Genting SP as a buy, even though some people seem to like this hotly-traded counter very much.

One thing I can gather for the next 2 weeks is that Genting will be making a big move soon. Up or down? I will be leaning to downside since price is below the 50-day MA – a good guage for short-term outlooks. I do have a strong, general longer term downward-bias for Genting SP.

Some chartists may see recent price movement as a symmetrical triangle. For me, it is not a good enough one. But the volatility tells us that a big move should be coming up very soon. So let’s see how this goes.

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