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EQU and cobalt

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dydavo
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some background fundamentals on Co.

http://www.resourcesroadhouse.com.au/_blog/Resources_Roadhouse/post/cobalt-the-ultimate-in-blue-sky-mining/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Resources%20Roadhouse%20252&utm_content=Resources%20Roadhouse%20252+CID_71415b04f9d2a3e60349a2bc8d6f9e89&utm_source=Email%20marketing%20software&utm_term=Read%20the%20full%20story


Long EQU and happy about that! Any other likely prospects in this space?
Cheers to all.









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Hi dydavo,

I do like the current EQU story (just looked at most recent announcement - not any previous), but the look of the chart raised the blood pressure somewhat!

Looks like EQU has lots of work to do to get back into the black & PSAR & 1/2 the red candle still needs to be taken back before I'd like to hop on board.

Weekly chart & recent blurb for you below. Looks like Co is the new Li; a couple of my recent posts in ASX: short term (strictly TA) are into Co as well (AYR & ANW [Not mentioned here but held]) are possible bottom pick/s.

Weekly chart:

Weekly

Some of recent company announcement/s

blurb

wishing you well with this endevour







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Thanks for that great feedback tryhay.
Yep, the charts are going mad for some Co stocks now, and a consolidation should be expected.I guess, once again, buyers are looking ahead quite a bit in the battery storage segment of the market.

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Very interesting comments from Tryhay, so it is good to pay attention and be careful.The weekly chart has shown nothing of interest dydavo, however the daily chart is of major interest. Exception is the evening star on Friday which display a short term weakness,if I have a stab, this one would be of interest at least for the short term. Due to BGS tying up a lot of my working capital, I would have joined you. Both RSI and MACD histogram are positive and cobalt is a sought after resource.





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Hi Peter & Dydavo,

The difficulty with using weekly charts is that if you don't use Log scaling the price action can be lost: for example EQU moved down approx $15 (since 2012) and most recently moved up 15 Cents; if the log scaling is not used then the current relative move is lost in the dust (but the log view is much distorted) - you have just got to get used to what suits you.

In practice the recent move up is likely to make that 'MSparks higher low', before Stage 2 phase really kicks in...

Looks like the pull back may have started yesterday (on toy volume) so will be worth following progress IMO.

I guess that Trump will get the "Hoover treatment" (that is Pres H) when the stockmarket has completed this swing higher and the "can of worms" spills all over the place (or any other metaphor that suits you). One has to make hay whilst the sun shines & it is quite brilliant ATM.

Cobalt must have doubled in price in the last couple of months - Well Close to $18K a tonne higher since December!

co







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Love the web site source of the Cobalt chart tryhay.

www.tradingeconomics.com

Thanks for that link. Some study there tomorrow.

I guess trading/investing is usually about making hay while the sun shines, but also involves staying alert to the possibility that everything will change one day.

EQU hasn't closed near the 10 day ema for quite a while - let's see what happens now. A bit of a blow off look about it last week. Holding. Looks like the $$$$ moved on to BAR.AX, another Co stock.


David
Momentum trading for a living.

Disclaimer: Please note that comments made in this column are mainly for the interpretation of charts in technical analysis. It should not be taken as advice.Any share discussion is for general interest and should not be relied on to make an investment decision.It is likely that I may own the shares that we discussed as a trade or as an investment. Shares might be sold without notice. Please consult your stock broker or financial adviser in regard to your personal situation.

The views expressed here contain information derived from public available sources that has not been independently verified.No representation or warranty is made as to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the information.Any forward looking information in this representation has been prepared on the basis of a number of assumptions which may prove to be incorrect.It should not be relied upon as a recommendation or forecast by the writer.

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