Brambles bullish reversal (short term)

by Gary Glover

I have spoken about the three thrust high and low pattern before.  Alot of significant highs and lows are marked with this type of pattern of trend and a fast reversal is one of the characteristics of a successful reversal.  You can see how quickly fortunes changed after these patterns eventuated on CBA and GNS.
Although the brambles example here is on a daily chart set up (weekly set ups are more significant) it is still a very worthy technical pattern and I would expect a rally up towards the swing low, just above $6.00 in the short term.  My only concern with this trade is I don't rate Brambles fundamentally, they have failed to adapt to a changing industry by persisting with old technology, chep pallets, while it's competitors have moved to suppliers demands for better supply chain initiatives.  I view this situation as oversold currently and would not over stay your position in this trade as a strong but short term bounce is all that we might get.


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