We’re not going to get into too much detail here today. The world is looking forward to a COVID-19 vaccine and we think that markets will likely continue to respond positively. On the home front, it seems that most of the lockdown restrictions are being lifted as well, which will likely positively boost selected sectors and stocks in the week ahead.
A mere stones-throw away from making those new all-time record highs.
BTC is looking very strong. A nice inverse head and shoulders is busying playing out also see tightening ‘steps’ higher (that little flat top triangle).
ANG is pretty interesting as there is still a rather high likelihood that it will continue to trend higher in short-to-medium-term. The fact that price is currently below both our key trendlines and the 50 day moving average is making us think that it is in the accumulation zone and that buying down here is probably the right call.
Anheuser Busch Inbev
ANH seems to have gotten clear of the 200 day moving average. The setup is looking good.
Still range bound with no trading signals for now.
DSY is looking interesting. It’s also a hot setup amongst our traders. It looks like it is ticking all the boxes; 3 for 3 buy signals on the Stochastic, 2 for 2 buy signals on the MACD, a strong relative outperformer, golden cross, break of resistance, new high… looking very good indeed.
GLN testing that moving average (and breakout). Higher possible risk-reward on this long setup currently available.
IPL is starting to look like it might turn. We note that the falling wedge has broken. This could be the end of the down move and the start of a relief rally.
Kumba Iron Ore
Slow and steady she goes.
Took a while (and a retest), but eventually the 200 day moving average target was hit.
The trend is up…
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