A lovely mixture of topping patterns - Complex head and shoulders, triple top and rolling top.
All supported by a divergent RSI across the full length of the structure.
Price ready for potential bounce of neckline, then watch for failure to make new highs, strong selling to convincingly break neckline and then good downside target levels at 38.2 and 50% Fib retracements.
Having fallen a little over the last 5 days, should we expect CRH to recover? Not at all! With a P/E of c. 27, the stock is over-priced. Even with a continuation of profit growth at almost 8%, a significant fall must be anticipated. I would say: sell now and buy later after the price tumbles to around £22 (LSE price).