Daily Murmur 15/04/11 | Gary Glover | Finance News Network

Daily Murmur 15/04/11

by Gary Glover

 I think it will be a very important close today for our market and a lot of our major stocks.  If the market remains weak to neutral today then we are going to end with many bearish engulfing patterns on the key stocks.  This would be a very bearish technical signal so today will be very important for the short term future of our market.  This was the fourth week up and we indicated previously that we could find resistance in time here this week, so a weak close today would be very bearish for the next month.
Individually we could end up with bearish engulfing pattern on the XJO, RIO, NCM and WPL.  We also have a couple of shooting star candle formations which are also very bearish reversal signs and these include BHP and ANZ.  The market will have to have some sort of descent rally to cancel these weekly patterns today, so the close will be very important today.

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