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Aviva have been channelling down for some years and is currently in a rising wedge about to meet the long term resistance. I would expect that it will turn at the resistance and fall given how established the resistance is.
The alternative scenario is that it is about to break major overhead resistance and would be a fantastic long position, perhaps I am ...
BRSN:LSE appears to be funneling down to a decision point soon. My preference is that the move down will continue to the 800 level before a bounce. the RSI in the weekly chart shows the potential for forming a double bottom which should move momentum back to the upside but this has not finished forming at present.
Tesco (TSCO:LSE) looks to be approaching a confluence point around the start of February. RSI has been finding support around the 40 level or just below indicating that if price can manage a gentle glide towards this point there could be a move up off the confluence in Feb.
EZJ has been trapped in a symmetrical triangle for a few months the boundaries have held well. RSI is showing support in the 45 area indicating decent support for the bull side. Looks ready to break to the upside in the next week or so.
This channel upwards looks to be taking a breather. There is divergence coming through in RSI and BBs are likely to contract, I would anticipate that the enthusiasm has not necessarily evaporated it is more a case of taking some of the pressure out of the system. For better or worse the markets seem to be anticipating a boon from Trump coming into office later in ...