Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (PSE:MPI) got its biggest one-day Net Foeign Selling worth almost ₱298 million today since March 28, 2017. It also registered today its tallest one-day red volume bar since March 20, 2017. The bears are getting stronger. Should you snub this and buy the dips instead? Read our latest technical analysis on MPI to learn more.
LT Group, Inc. (PSE:LTG) is far from moving out of the downtrend channel. Foreign investors are bearish. Is this an opportunity to buy more for less? Read our latest technical analysis on LTG to learn more.
Now Corporation (PSE:NOW) has failed to escape above its 10-day simple moving average. Today’s green candlestick did not make the MACD line move to the northward direction. Should you buy once the price hits the support at ₱2.65 or it’s best to wait for the confirmed buy signal from our Evergreen Strategy? Read our latest technical analysis on NOW to learn more.
Philippine Infradev Holdings Inc. (PSE:IRC) failed to sustain the breakout at ₱1.55 last October 2019. Currently, the price is near the ₱1.27 support. Is it more than likely to hold above or break below the support? Read our latest technical analysis on IRC to learn more.
AgriNurture, Inc. (PSE:ANI) is buried below so many resistance levels. Does our Evergreen Strategy recommend that you enter a new position now or it’s better that you wait for the 10SMACD to become bullish? Read our latest technical analysis on ANI to learn more.
The last price of Manila Water Company, Inc. (PSE:MWC) is already moving above the 10-day Simple Moving Average, and the MACD is poised to cross above the signal line. Would you buy this stock now or wait for a breakout above ₱19.67? Read our latest technical analysis on MWC to learn more.
Bank of the Philippine Islands (PSE:BPI) reached ₱100.50 last October 2019. Today, it just broke below the previous support at ₱86.60. Do we already see signs of bullish reversals? Read our latest technical analysis on BPI to learn more.
Fruitas Holdings, Inc. (PSE:FRUIT) debuted in the Philippine Stock Exchange on November 29, 2019 and went up by 42.86% as of recess. Can FRUIT sustain its ascent even if foreign investors are not the main drivers of the price in the first half of trading? Read our latest technical analysis on FRUIT to learn more.
Century Pacific Food, Inc. (PSE:CNPF) closed in the red zone on November 28, 2019 but its volume is only less than the 50 percent of this stock’s 10-day volume average. Do you need to pre-empt your trailing stop? Read our latest technical analysis on CNPF to learn more.
Cemex Holdings Philippines, Inc. (PSE:CHP) has been moving below 10-day Simple Moving Average for the past 7 trading days. Although the status of CHP’s True Market Sentiment charts today and week-to-date are neutral, it’s already bearish month-to-date. Is it better to have a risk-averse stance on CHP? Read our latest technical analysis on CHP to learn more.