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My Technical Analysis of the Possible Movements of the STI, and All 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (15-19 June 2020) (Guest Post)

My Technical Analysis of the Possible Movements of the STI, and All 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (15-19 June 2020) (Guest Post)

After the Singapore’s benchmark index, the Straits Times Index (STI), finally commencing a new bull run the week before (where it recovered by more than 20% from its trough of 2,209 points in mid-March), the week that just ended last Friday (12 June) saw the STI returning some of the gains (largely due to the Fed casting a gloomy outlook of the economy in the next 2 years ahead.)

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as ljunyuan and has 1195  followers.

After the Singapore’s benchmark index, the Straits Times Index (STI), finally commencing a new bull run the week before (where it recovered by more than 20% from its trough of 2,209 points in mid-March), the week that just ended last Friday (12 June) saw the STI returning some of the gains (largely due to the Fed casting a gloomy outlook of the economy in the next 2 years ahead.)

Particularly, the STI shed 67 points, or 2.4%, to close at 2,684 points (bull run still in-tact as it stayed above 2,650 points). The following is the weekly movement of the STI:
Straits Times Index’s Movements on a Weekly Timeframe

The candlestick pattern resembles a doji – implying an indecision on the direction. However, MACD still remains in an uptrend position. As such, in the week ahead, I feel that the STI may move in either direction – should it be able to break above the resistance line at 2,750 points, then it could advance further from there. Otherwise, it could once again retreat to somewhere around 2,650 points.

Moving on, here’s my technical analysis of each of the 30 blue chip companies listed on the Straits Times Index based on their weekly share price movements to share with you.

Let’s begin…

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