Daily Research 12 December 2017

S2 S1 IDX R1 R2
5,915.4 5,954.7 6,026.6 6,053.0 6,098.8
  • US stocks moved higher yesterday. New York’s terror attacks have not affected investors’ optimism that are still expecting The Fed to continue its rate hike plan at
    Wednesday night’s meeting.
  • Nikkei 225 and Kospi opened lower this morning, while the All Ordinaries higher.
  • JCI is still likely to move sideways around its MA20 support, which shows no strong trend to rise or fall. Support 5,965 and resistance 6,085.
ACES

Sell on Strength

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
1,125 1,190 1,240 1,290 1,365

ACES moved higher during the last 3 days but with the presence of its strong horizontal resistance that could limit the gaining turn.

ASII

Sell on Strength

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
8,000 8,200 8,400 8,550 8,750

ASII ended the session higher with a low volume that could dampen the upswing.

DOID

Hold

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
535 595 670 815 890

DOID closed the session lower with a thin volume and oversold RSI trend. A further downside would remain possible if DOID break its diagonal support may trigger price correction.

ITMG

Buy on Weakness

S2 S1 Level R1 R2
19,450 20,250 20,775 22,200 23,000

ITMG ended the trading negatively near its diagonal support area with a thin volume suggesting a limited downside potential.

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