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Treasury Wine Has Had A Good Drop

Technicals | Mar 12 2019

By Michael Gable 

Share markets have had a soft week, which isn't unexpected given the big run that we've had since the start of the year. However, we seem to be moving around on rumours around trade deals again, and any recent selling hasn't been too dramatic. Combine this with the fact that many fund managers are massively overweight cash and missing the rally, then it gives us a bit of comfort that for now, dips will be bought and the momentum remains the upside.

This week's report looks at Treasury Wine Estates ((TWE)).

TWE spent the end of 2018 establishing some good support near $14.00. It then broke through the $15.00 resistance level earlier this year. However, in mid February, it came crashing back down to the $15.00 level, which is now offering support. It hasn't bounced strongly yet which is a slight concern. If we can see further evidence that TWE wants to hold above $15.00, then we can be confident that it won't head any lower and that would be a buying opportunity. Otherwise if it breaches the $15.00 level, then investors can wait for prices closer to $14.00.

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Michael Gable is managing Director of  Fairmont Equities (

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• Bachelor of Commerce (University of Sydney) 
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• Diploma of Financial Services [Financial Planning] (Finsia) 
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