HSBC reversed off its resistance at 42.01 where it could potentially drop further to 41.16.
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HSBC is trading this month in congruence with the current global stock market pullback by offering a time-relative discount in share prices.
HSBC target $43 for a 5.4% difference from the current quote of $40.78. The S&P 500 is off 7.5% from doubly tested but not yet broken all time highs which renders this parallel HSBC trade idea as conservative and defensive....
HSBC bounced off its support at 36.98 (61.8% Fibonacci extension, 61.8% Fibonacci retracement, horizontal overlap support) where it could potentially rise to its resistance at 46.16 (50% Fibonacci retracement, horizontal pullback resistance).
Stochastic (89, 5, 3) has bounced off its support at 2.4% where a corresponding rise could occur.
HSBC has been in a large consolidation since the Financial Crisis of 2008. Based on my model, this is still 60% probability that 25.21 will be hit before this Multi-Year Consolidation is over. There have been two sell signals both pointing to the same target of 25.21 from my model, therefore, this chart is worthy of a share.
Well those who missed to short Citi, hsbc, scb, ms, wfc, boam bcs here is a new opportunity to maximize profit by shorting CapitalOne Bank COF . It is still in free fall zone. For low we can look for 2009 low price.
From 2007 high it is going down trend. And now in near future it will re-test the 2009 low around $2.75.(see green line in the chart) If it fails to hold then BCS will go pennies on the dollar. Though you might have missed the maximum profit ratio by shorting but still you guys have some hope as it is only trading around $8 range and soon it will free fall. Good...
FORM 2007 THE BANK SHARE PRICE IS GOING DOWN. Even though as per economist claiming US and global market has strong outlook but the HSBC bank didn't bounce anywhere near there. They may do some reverse split or government bailout (if any) but over the long run the stock price is saying that it will be ready to file bankruptcy by 2022 and onwards. The only hope...
DEUTCHE BANK DIDN'T BOUNCE MUCH AFTER 2007 CRISIS. It may do some reverse spilt like CITIBANK IN 2008-9 to prop up the share price and may some government bailout but in long term it will suffer a lot. All the hedge fund managers are piling up short position and share price may tumble below $4 soon. Upper limit resistance is around $20 for any upside bounce. The...
From 2007 the bank has been always in downtrend. With all those fines from different countries and the bad mortgage loans, HSBC is not able to come back up yet. Yes HSBC may do some reverse stock split like CITI GROUP did around 2008-9 but it didn't help them much to boost up the share prices.