SPC Power Corporation gapped up today from its previous closing price of ₱10.52 to ₱11.24. What hint do SPC’s Dominant Range and Market Sentiment Indices give us? Read our analysis on SPC for more insights.
Basic Energy Corporation’s daily volume is relatively good, but we’re not seeing a significant surge in price. Read our technical analysis on BSC to know if its distribution cycle is a signal to buy or wait.
PXP Energy Corporation manages to stay above its 10-day simple moving average for six trading days, but until when can it sustain it? Read our analysis on PXP to know if the reward-to-risk ratio is attractive or if there’s a confirmed buy signal.
BDO Unibank gave up the previous support at ₱101 after trying to stay afloat for six months. Is this an opportunity for peso cost-averagers to buy more BDO shares for less or it’s more prudent to wait near ₱85?
DITO CME Holdings Corp. returns above its 10-day simple moving average despite the lack of significant buying support from the foreign investors. Is this ascent sustainable or it’s likely to kiss the support at ₱8.00 again.
Cebu Landmasters pierced the previous resistance at ₱6.22 with a volume higher than 100 percent of its 10-day volume average on May 24, 2021. Read our analysis on CLI to know if it’s bullish to hit ₱7.64 or likely to go back below ₱6.22.
Apollo Global Capital recovered above its 10-day simple moving average after 18 trading days of staying below that level. Read our analysis on APL to have a data-driven basis on whether its recovery is sustainable or it’s just a dead cat bounce.
The foreign investors are still not buying back the billions of pesos’ worth of Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company shares they’ve sold year-to-date. Read our analysis on MBT to help you decide if you should average down or not.
Global Ferronickel Holdings (FNI) has been moving sideways between ₱2.40 and ₱2.80 for over a month already. Read our technical analysis on FNI to help you finalize your buy, hold, or sell decision.
MerryMart broke below the previous support at ₱4.50 after struggling to stay afloat for two months. Read this analysis on MerryMart to know if MM is more likely to recover above ₱4.50 or test ₱3.25.