We should not fall in love with any stock, and we should be able to sell the slow ones (with no attachments) as soon as we find better alternatives.
Also made a test buy on PSE: SSI, again for my new tsupit fund (TF). Under the same premise that SSI is now ready to climb. After the long bullish candle to start Feb, SSI did not gain much ground in the succeeding trading days. But it seems to be forming a flag waiting for a break on the narrowing channel. Waiting for newcomers?
PSE:MPI remains one of our all time favorites (PD: Very long on MPI, since 2014). Anyway, the last few days, the stock seems to be losing its momentum and may retest its resistance-turned support (5.50) soon. Series of indecisive candles plus waning volume. Stochastics also pointing down.
The market had renewed interest on PX (and mining stocks in general) as investors flocked to safe havens in gold (that’s fundamental analysis right there) due to concerns on major global economies (US, China, Europe). As to whether PX will indeed benefit to merit a 52% increase in share prices, who can tell?
Petron Corp (PSE: PCOR) been’s going down for months now (from a high of PHP12) due to fall in global oil prices. Though it’s latest financial report as of this writing showed that it’s actually starting to benefit from low oil prices since their cost of goods sold is much lower now. Plus it’s recently opened refinery.
As such, dear readers, please be guided accordingly. As follows are my disclosures and warning to you, and I shall refer to this post again and again, every time I post my technical analysis on specific stocks.
The market was definitely hyped with the news. What if just mere hype? See the sudden increased volume in February as a series of long green candles wrote SMDC’s recent story.