Sentiment Index – Malaysia Stock Market

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Most Asian markets advanced Tuesday on continued hopes for
policy easing from major global central banks and some positive earnings
reports.
Defying the regional trend for the second time this week, China’s
Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.3% to 2,103.63, finishing at its worst level
since March 2009.
FBMKLCI progressed in negative zone most of the
day weighted by Petronas-related and Plantation counters to end at 1,631.60 lost
0.75 points. But, Gainer beats Loser by 418 to 350. Total volume was 1.175
million shares.
Overall sentiment was upbeat in the morning session
but receded after the break. Only last hour buying pulled the Oscillator to end
at +140.47; lost 132.03 when compares with its opening point. The
Average recorded a gain of 87.92.
MSCD: After
today’s market, %K edged higher and marginally above %D now. The Histogram printed
another shorter bar but remained in the red.
Data are appended as below:
DATE A_OSC %K %D %A HGM
24/7/2012 245.60 93.84 53.86 68.45 1.96
25/7/2012 460.25 150.20 83.97 82.70 14.81
26/7/2012 61.90 117.58 73.16 77.44 20.73
27/7/2012 53.30 91.30 63.79 72.68 22.09
30/7/2012 152.85 53.75 47.74 64.48 18.87
31/7/2012 87.92 31.96 37.69 58.94 13.95
LAST+- 64.94 21.79 10.05 5.54 4.92

Conclusion:
Based on charts, market sentiment was neutral with buying
support gradually emerges. So far, the base remains intact as it saves from
falling into a mid-term bearishness. But, any advance should minimal as market
is plagued by internal and external uncertainties.
Note: Explanation on Intra-Day MSO and MSCD are
archived under “Labels” at the sidebar
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