Two days ago, JSE:KIO formed a hammer candle and this was confirmed by yesterday's price action. A hammer is a bottom reversal signal and I think we could see a move upward towards the 52000 resistance level.
After a very successful long position (link attached below), JSE:KIO has bounced off of the strong resistance level at around 67000 and seems to be on the way down. This is being confirmed by our momentum indicators, the stochastic, MACD and potentially the EMA's with today's move. If it confirms, potentially, we could go down to around 58000 - 59000 area.
JSE:KIO is showing great upward momentum in the stochastic, MACD and with the crossing of the 3 and 15 EMA's. It has also recently found support and bounced nicely off of the 200 SMA. I think we could see an upward move to at leas the 68000 resistance level, if not higher.
JSE:KIO seems to have failed to make higher highs around the resistance level of 66000. It also formed a shooting star reversal pattern two days ago. This, coupled with the turning down of the stochastic indicator could mean we are in for a downward move.
JSE:KIO has broken an upward trend and it looks like a reversal could be happening.
Stochastic and MACD are confirming with their downwards cross. We could see a move downwards to either the 56000 or 48000 support levels.
JSE:KIO has formed a double bottom with the last couple of days' movement. A doji formed on the 29th of October followed by a hammer candle which can be both seen as reversal signs. The double bottom, candle patterns, MACD and stochastic are all pointing upwards, so I will consider a long position if it trades higher.
JSE:KIO is heading upward for a long position. The MACD, Stochastic and EMA's are all showing confirmation for a move to the upside. This coupled with the fact that it has recently made 2 higher lows and fails to break lower, could mean a nice move upwards to the previous resistance level.
I'm not a big fan of going against the trend but this weekly candle plus the point of resistance just seems too good. A close on the daily below R550 triggers the short trade with a stop loss above a close of R580. Targets are R525 and R475. Worth noting that a weaker ZAR and stronger commodities price may turn this trade around so keeping an eye on those...
Keep a close eye on Kumba Iron ore around current levels. Two important inflection points are of interest to me:
(1) The stock has been quite sticky around the 200 day moving average (green line) in the recent past. The 200 day moving average often becomes support and resistance for the stock. (as indicated by the green blocks) Currently the stock seems to be...
- Price is at a major resistance level
- Bear flag has developed
- Closed wih an indecision candle (spinning top)
- For a less risky entry, wait for the close below the flag on the daily
- R:R is 1>2
- MANAGE YOUR RISK -
Disclaimer: All ideas are my opinion and should not be taken as financial advice.
Haven't called this stock too well this year, however after the magnificent rally we have seen of late, the stock may have gone too far too soon. Firstly if you look at purely the candlestick formation after today's trade, we are possibly witnessing the formation of an evening star reversal formation (tbc tomorrow). Secondly, we are starting to see volume...
Kumba Iron Ore is a South African iron ore mining company and a subsidiary of Anglo American. The company is the largest iron ore producer in Africa and the fourth largest in the world. Kumba is a mining group of companies focusing on the exploration, extraction, beneficiation, marketing and sale and shipping of iron ore. Kumba produces iron ore in South Africa at...
Kumba's horizontal resistance coincides very closely with the 200 day moving average. Having broken below this moving average, it signals a sell on the stock. We are currently seeing a bounce to re-test that level as well as resistance...I'll be looking to short R314.00 for a downside target of R270.00. Risking only 2% of my portfolio, the stop loss is placed at...