[BULLISH]: Ausnet Services has a medium timeframe uptrend confirmation. This was confirmed through a price breakout on the Jul 3 2018.
The Tricklar long term trend indicator (T3) highlights the peaks and troughs associated with a combination of peaks and troughs contained within the third timeframe. As such, successive rallies penetrating preceding higher peaks whilst cancelling preceding low points offer a BULLISH indication in the third time frame. Conversely, failure of rallies to penetrate previous high points whilst maintaining prices below the previous low points indicates BEARISH trends in the third timeframe. The way in which multiple timeframes should be integrated in a complete analysis emphasises an important principle that applies to all technical analysis. The investor should always analyse a market from the big picture down to the level at which trading decisions are made. Trends can exist in many timeframes. Short term trends can therefore be seen together as part of a medium term trend and, in turn, medium trends can be seen together as part of a long term trend.
Calculation: Tricklar long trend (T3):
1) [BULLISH] An uptrend is a succession of higher peaks and higher troughs in the third timeframe;
2) [BEARISH] A downtrend is a succession of lower peaks and lower troughs in the third timeframe;
PROFILE: Ausnet Services (AST.AX)
Stock Exchange: ASX
Company: Ausnet Services
Ticker Codes: | AST.AX | ASX:AST |
AusNet Services Ltd engages in energy delivery services business in Australia. The company operates through Electricity Distribution, Gas Distribution, Electricity Transmission, and Commercial Energy Services segments. The Electricity Distribution segment carries electricity from the high voltage transmission network to end users in eastern Victoria. The Gas Distribution segment carries natural gas to commercial and residential end users in central and western Victoria. The Electricity Transmission segment owns and manages an electricity transmission network, including transmission lines and towers, which carry electricity at high voltages from power generators to electricity distributors in Victoria. The Commercial Energy Services segment provides contracted infrastructure, metering, and asset intelligence services, as well as telecommunication solutions. It primarily serves customers operating in utility, renewables, and infrastructure sectors of electricity, water, gas, and rail. The company operates through an electricity distribution network of 60 zone substations and approximately 383,000 power poles serving 722,000 customers; an approximately 6,600 kilometers of transmission line, 53 terminal stations and switchyards, and 13,000 towers; and a gas distribution network of 11,400 kilometers serving 692,000 customers. The company was formerly known as SP AusNet Ltd. and changed its name to AusNet Services Ltd in August 2014. AusNet Services Ltd is headquartered in Southbank, Australia.
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