Globe Telecom (GLO) has been moving in a downward pattern since the third quarter of 2015. This puts GLO in a bearish position on a long-term time period. Fortunately for the GLO investors, it seemed to have treated 1475 as a support level. Is GLO “tradable” below 1680 or it’s okay to buy it above 1680?
I’ve written my analysis of Vitarich Corporation (VITA) last 10 April 2018. I mentioned in that report that VITA’s ascent in price was supported or backed by volume. Resistance is at 4.55 and support is at 3.05. Should you sell at 4.55? How about setting a trailing-stop loss just in case it doesn’t reach 4.55?
DMCI Holdings (DMC) has been bearish since the last week of January 2018. DMC broke below the support at 10.80 but it managed to close back at 10.80. A Net Foreign Selling of over P110 million was registered today, 4 May 2018. Is this the best time to buy DMC near 10.80 or let it fall to 9.00? Read this analysis.
SM Investments Corporation (SM) slid by 5.01 percent on 3 May 2018. Know that there will be a dilution on May 7 due to the P8.20 cash dividend per share. While the bearish price is supported by volume and foreign investors are bearish, SM still has a low-risk level. Shall we buy SM near 813 or 913? Read this analysis.
It’s a confirmed bearish market on 3 May 2018 with a market breadth of 0:2.56 (advances:declines). PSEi has been on a Net Foreign Selling status for 10 days straight. What’s driving the bearish sentiment? Fed’s rate hike. China-US trade war. Weak forex. So sell in May and go away or get a mentor and learn more?
A Brown Company, Inc. (BRN) belongs to the Property sector. BRN’s PE (ttm) of 10.60, versus the industry’s 36.84, makes this stock an undervalued company. There has been a breakout on the weekly volume of BRN for the past two weeks. Read our analysis to know if it’s better to sell now or at 1.34 or buy near 0.93.