Home Inns & Hotels Management slips back to bearish
Are we done here? Although our EMA setup looks poised for support, our other indicators say this could be time to look at other investment opportunities.
MACD is bearish, stochastic is bearish and our CCI generated a short signal on Friday’s close.
However, we would warn traders to keep alert to a possible return to bullish environment as recent ~10% correction could just be from the July 28th coloring outside the line action. Home Inns & Hotel Management (HMIN, profile) reported Q2 earnings last week and the results weren’t exactly anything to get excited about, but management did sound a less ominous tone than earlier in the year. With the mix of technical showing a possible bullish setup developing, and fundamentals that might give rise to optimism, there may be some changes ahead worth keeping an eye on.
Current technical rating is: -2.25 (previously rated a 1.5)
Note: technical ratings are -3 to +3 indicating bearish to bullish; a zero is neutral to cautionary.
Price and moving averages:
HMIN (Home Inns & Hotels) has closed below its short term moving average.
Short term moving average is currently above mid-term, and above long term moving averages.
Mid-term moving average is currently above long term
The relationship between price and moving averages is: neutral in short term, and bullish in mid-long term.
HMIN(Home Inns & Hotels) has closed above bottom band by 16.2%.
Bollinger Bands are 32.5% narrower than normal.
The current width of the bands (alone) does not suggest anything conclusive about the future volatility or movement of prices.
CCI generated a sell short signal on Friday’s close.
Currently MACD is bearish since it is trading below its signal line.
MACD crossed below its signal line 7 period(s) ago.
Since MACD crossed its moving average, HMIN's price has decreased -2.50% and has ranged from a high of 35.64 to a low of 33.44.
MACD is not in an overbought/oversold range.
There have been no divergence signals within the last 5 periods.
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