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Global Canada Preferred ETF (CNPF) - Buy, Sell or Hold?

Trade DateCurrent Candlestick PatternPrevious Candlestick PatternWhenPerformance Since
Mon, 15 May 2017NoneDojiWed, 10 May 2017-1.18%
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11.80 0.00 (0%) Oct 16 4:00pm EDT
Open: N/A Range: N/A Vol: 0K Avg Vol: 444.11K
EPS: 0.00 P/E ratio: 0.00 EBITDA: N/A Mkt Cap: N/A
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Short Term: Trend is Down
Last Trade is below the 5 day moving average at 16.90
Medium Term: Trend is Down
Last Trade is below the 20 day moving average at 16.81
Last Trade is below the 50 day moving average at 16.88
Long Term: Trend is Down
Last Trade is below the 200 day moving average at 16.66
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Daily Chart of CNPF

ETF Trend Analysis - Buy, Sell or Hold "Global Canada Preferred ETF" (CNPF)?

CNPF is in a long term trading range with a downward bias. This stock has traded about 60% of the time below the 200 day moving average in the last 52 weeks on daily average volume of 444.1K shares changing hands. The 50 day moving average indicates a medium term trading range with a bullish upside inclination. The 20 day moving average is also biased to the bullish side although the last two months have been in a trading range. Although the medium term moving averages generally favor the longs, buyers still have to tread carefully as the longer term uptrend is still not very convincing. Objectively, dips should still be bought but buyers have to be very selective in choosing a level to scale in for e.g. near the 200 SMA currently at 16.66. Click here for the latest support & resistance levels to help you finetune your entry into or exit out of "CNPF".
Objective Technical Analysis by BannRonn TA LogicEngine ver 1.1. Last Updated - Mon, 15 May 2017

News on "CNPF" ETF

    Exchange Traded Funds Above 200 Day Moving Average
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