This is a table of 30 stocks listed in the Singapore Stock Exchange which makes up the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI30). The table shows the 2/5 week EMA (Exponential Moving Average) Crossover signals, A = Above means bullish, B = Below means bearish. The EMA Crossover signal is most effective in a strongly trending market, which can be monitored using the ADX (Average Directrional Index) indicator. Generally, an ADX reading of less than 20 means that the stock is non-trending, while an ADX of 25+ indicates a strong trend.
New Feature: Click on the name of the stock in the table below to go to the individual stock’s FactSheet page, which contains both weekly and daily charts drawn with signal described here. In addition, you can read the latest news headlines related to the stock.
The following are the weekly and daily charts plotted against the 20, 50 and 200 Simple Moving Averages. The weekly charts shows a MACD (2,5,1) plot which illustrates the EMA 2/5 week EMA Crossover signal.
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