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Possible Movements of 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead(between 13 – 17 April 2020) (Guest Post)

Possible Movements of 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead(between 13 – 17 April 2020) (Guest Post)

If you have been following my weekly posts, you probably would be aware that I’ve mentioned before that, should the STI for the week closed above 2,560 points, we could see a possible change in trend.  That said, is an uptrend in sight? In my post today, I’d be sharing with you my personal thoughts on how the STI, as well as all the 30 blue chip companies’ share price may move in the week ahead based on a weekly timeframe…

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Jun Yuan Lim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as ljunyuan and has 858 followers.

If you have been following my weekly posts on the possible movement of STI and all 30 blue chip companies’ share price movements, you probably would be aware that I’ve mentioned before that, should the STI for the week closed above 2,560 points, we could see a possible change in trend (from a downward moving one to an upward moving one.)

When trading for the week ended last Thursday (09 April 2020), STI was at 2,571 points (above the 2,560 points.) That said, is an uptrend in sight? In my post today, I’d be sharing with you my personal thoughts on how the STI, as well as all the 30 blue chip companies’ share price may move in the week ahead (between 13 – 17 April 2020) based on a weekly timeframe…

 

1. Straits Times Index
Straits Times Index’s Movements on a Weekly Timeframe

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A Look into the Possible Share Price Movements of Singapore’s Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (30 Mar – 03 Apr 2020) [Guest Post]

A Look into the Possible Share Price Movements of Singapore’s Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (30 Mar – 03 Apr 2020) [Guest Post]

During the course of last week, the STI fell to a low of 2,208 points, before rebounding up strongly to finish the week at 2,528 points. In my opinion, in order for the trend to be considered as reversed (i.e. from a downtrend to an uptrend), it must close above 2,560 points when trading for the week closes this Friday (i.e. 03 April.) Otherwise, in my opinion, the overall trend is still a downward one.

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Jun Yuan Lim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as ljunyuan and has 772 followers.

The share prices of quite a number of blue chip companies rebounded last week – but in my opinion, the trend is still a bearish one.

Before I proceed to analyse the share price movements of each of the 30 blue chip companies last week, and possible movements in the week ahead (for the trading week between 30 March and 03 April 2020) based on a weekly timeframe, here’s the share price movement of the STI on a weekly timeframe:
STI’s Movements on a Weekly Timeframe

During the course of last week, the STI fell to a low of 2,208 points, before rebounding up strongly to finish the week at 2,528 points. In my opinion, in order for the trend to be considered as reversed (i.e. from a downtrend to an uptrend), it must close above 2,560 points when trading for the week closes this Friday (i.e. 03 April.) Otherwise, in my opinion, the overall trend is still a downward one.

Now, let us take a look at how each of the 30 blue chip companies performed last week, and how they are likely to perform in the week ahead:

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