FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS8670) Technical Analysis

Interest Rate impact on FTSE ST REIT Index

The index has priced in the 3 rate hikes in 2017 towards 1.5% end of 2017. As long as the interest rate hike is within the expectation, there probably will not have any knee jerk effect on Singapore REITs as a whole.

 

 

 

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Fed Fund Rate Forecast and Probability

 

 

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FTSE ST REIT Index is showing bullish breakout patterns Double Bottoms, Bull Flag and recently broke out from Bullish Pennant. Short term trend is bullish base on chart patterns.

 

 

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Long term is bullish as well after broke out from a declining trend line resistance. However, the index is currently facing a tough resistance at 780 which have been a tough nut to crack under past 9 occasions.

  • Immediate resistance = 780
  • Next resistance = 820
  • Immediate support = 740

 

 

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FTSE ST REIT Index Component Stocks

 

 

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See other Singapore REITs comparison table here.

 

Gold on Bullish Up Trend!

Gold ETF (GLD) has broken out from a Bullish Pennant and confirmed the uptrend. 20D & 50D SMA are sloping up, and 50D crosses up 200D SMA. With this breakout, GLD has gained more than 20% from the bottom since Dec 2015. Also take note that the recent parabolic gain in GLD is supported by increasing trading volume. Be cautious on the Parabolic curve chart pattern. You will love it and also hate it if you don’t know when to get out.  See other examples of stock charts which show Parabolic Curve here.

GLD Mar4-2016

See previous post on Gold ETF (GLD) here.

Wilmar: Pulling Back Soon?

Wilmar seems to be rejected at 200D SMA with a Bearish Engulfing candlestick pattern on daily chart. A Hanging Man is observed on weekly chart. Both candlestick pattern point to potential reversal in coming days. Opportunity to take profit for those who already have the position and buy on retracement for those who have missed the early boat.

On bullish side, Wilmar is forming a Bullish Pennant. So, also watch out a bullish breakout if retracement does not happen.