Friday, September 21, 2012

Harison to test its uptrend line

Malaysian Custom has issued Harison with a 14 days' notice to settle alleged unpaid duties and sales tax or face legal action. With this issue returning to the forefront, Harison will encounter selling pressure. Technically speaking, Hariosn is still in an uptrend line. If it breaks the uptrend line support at RM3.00, the next support levels will be at the horizontal lines at RM2.70, RM2.40 & RM2.10.

Chart: Harison's weekly chart as at September 20, 2012 (Source: Quckcharts)

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Jimmy Yeoh said...

Hi Alex,

Can you comment on Tongher? still a good stock for long term?


luminaire10 said...

Hi Alex,

What do you see Genting and TDM at the current price?

Are they in good entry point for long term investment?