Wow Stock Analysis

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Week 1 Stock - Woolworths Limited Forex - GBP/USD Woolworths Monthly Analysis Since 2000, WOW has entered the stage of performance release, therefore, the share price has been steadily rising. Even in the context of the global financial crisis in 2008, it only had a 30% retracement, forming a shape of triangle consolidation. In 2012, WOW’s stock price broke through the pressure line, achieving a new highest record. Therefore, it is arguable to say that during the recovery process of global economy with undercurrents investing environment, medical, consumer and other fields are is undoubtedly the preferred and sound-based choices for investors.

Weekly Analysis Since October 2011 since the formation of the slope of the trend line continues to be valid till today. The current share price is at a historic highest position (horizontal line), the upper edge of the triangle above has strong resistance, while the bottom has been supported. Therefore, long-term investors may withhold the sidelines, waiting for clearer indicators.

Daily Analysis If the stock price can break through the record high ($34.9), it is estimated that it will be likely to achieve $ 36. Otherwise it will decrease to around $ 32.65 down to the bottom, seeking for support. if the price continues to fluctuate, it is recommended that investors hold on.

Hourly Analysis Similar to daily chart, it is recommended that investors do not over emphasis on smaller cycle graphics as the anticipation of the operating cycle is 8-week. Recommendation Overall, it is highly possible that WOW’s share price will rise in long-term; however, we recommend investors do nothing and keep on observing.

GBP/USD Weekly analysis From March to July, the bottom line has been built. Currently, above the current position, there is a long-term downward trend line of resistance before the high…...

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