Daily Research 06 December 2017

S2 S1 IDX R1 R2
5,886.4 5,927.9 6,000.5 6,031.5 6,081.4
  • US and European stock indices ended lower. Investors fear government shutdown if the US congress has not approved the government budget until the weekend, while the Brexit talk resumed where the terms of the separation have not been
    agreed upon until now.
  • Nikkei 225, Kospi and All Ordinaries opened lower this morning.
  • JCI failed again to hold the gain in the opening session and is still stuck below its MA20 resistance. Support 5,940 and resistance 6,060.
INDF

Speculative Buy

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
7,000 7,200 7,300 7,525 7,725

INDF moved lower during the last several days but with presence of its horizontal support and oversold RSI trend that could dampen a further downside movement.

SILO

Sell on Strength

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
9,275 10,000 11,000 11,075 11,550

SILO closed the session higher near horizontal resistance with a thin volume and overbought RSI trend that could limit the upside turn.

WSKT

Sell on Strength

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
1,775 1,885 1,950 2,040 2,160

WSKT moved in the negative side with a long black candle so that could lead to a further downturn.

WTON

Hold

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
496 520 525 575 595

WTON closed near its recent low. A further downside would remain possible if WTON break its horizontal support line may trigger downtrend channel.

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