Flight Centre (FLT) – overbought
FLT rebounded strongly over the past month advancing from a low of $28.01 to a high of $37.38 on Wednesday. The RSI and the MACD indicators have reached overbought territory, suggesting that the price is likely to pull back in the short term. The potential downside price target is $33.50.
Over the medium term, we see a good probability the price will continue to trade sideways, therefore we rate the stock a hold.
Aveo Group (AOG) – double blessed buy
AOG has been trading sideways over the past three months fluctuating between $3.08 and $3.44. The current price action is trading in a narrow range just above key support of $3.08, building a small base. A break above minor resistance of $3.21 is likely and will trigger a rally in the near term.
The first potential upside price target based on the breakout is $3.40. Over the medium term, levels towards $3.60 are achievable. The current price levels present a good buying opportunity.
Primary Health Care (PRY) – target reached
In our update on May 5, 2017 we discussed the bullish nature of the ascending triangle and the likelihood of the price advancing to $3.90. A strong run has unfolded over the past week and our initial upside price target of $3.90 has now been reached. While the price can increase further to around $4.20 in the months ahead, this level is a strong resistance and the price is likely to meet solid selling pressure.
In the short term, the stock is overbought on a stochastic and RSI basis, therefore we recommend active clients to start trimming positions.
Australian Agricultural Company (AAC) – buy on weakness
The down trend from the July 2016 high has lost momentum over the past two months and the price rebounded strongly from $1.38 to $1.84. Thursday's price action decisively broke above key resistance of $1.75 confirming an imperfect inverse head and shoulders pattern which has bullish implications over the medium term.
The potential upside price target based on the breakout is $2.05. Any short term weakness to unwind the overbought momentum conditions would provide a buying opportunity.
Magellan Financial Group (MFG) – double blessed buy
MFG has been trading in a recovery mode since November 2016 and the medium term up trend is still technically intact. The weekly RSI indicator broke above its key resistance and has moved from a sideways market range into a bull market range. This is a very positive development for the stock and suggests that the price is likely to trade higher in the months ahead. The first medium term upside price target is $27.50, however higher price levels are achievable.
In the very short term, the price may experience a mild pull back as the daily momentum indicators are in overbought territory. Any potential short term price weakness towards $24.50 would provide a great buying opportunity.
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