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ELDER RAY INDEX
Trading: BUY @ $0.66
Signal Strength: MEDIUM
Volatility indicators highlight potential moves of a stock which can either move sharply in the updwards or downwards direction. This indicator allows stocks to be compared on a level playing field to highlight high and low volatility. Normally, falling markets are more likely to be volatile than a rising markets due to the emotion that gets tied to trading. Use volatility indicators in conjunction with other indicators to reduce exposure to false moves.
Fairfax (ASX:FXJ) Elder Ray Index is signalling a Bullish movement
A technical indicator developed by Alexander Elder that measures the amount of buying and selling pressure in the market. This indicator consists of two separate indicators known as bull power and bear power. These figures allow a trader to determine the position of the price relative to a certain exponential moving average (EMA).
Calculation: Elder Ray Index (ERI):
1) Bull Power = Daily High - n-period EMA;
2) Bear Power = Daily Low - n-period EMA;
PROFILE: Fairfax (FXJ.AX)
Stock Exchange: ASX
Ticker Codes: | FXJ.AX | ASX:FXJ |
Fairfax Media Limited operates as a digitally progressive media company in Australia and New Zealand. It operates through Domain Group, Metropolitan Media, Australian Community Media, New Zealand Media, Radio, and Other segments. The company engages in news coverage through print publications and multi-media channels, digital ventures, events, and research for local regional and agricultural communities. Its regional publications include The Canberra Times, Newcastle Herald, Launceston Examiner, Border Mail, Ballarat Courier, and Illawarra Mercury with approximately 160 local newspapers and community-based Websites; agricultural publications comprise The Land, Queensland Country Life, North Queensland Register, Stock Journal, Stock, and Land along with Farm Weekly; events comprise AgQuip and CRT Farmfest Field Days, as well as is involved in Tamworth country music festival; and offers research and agricultural database options for rural industries. The company's publications also include The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and The Australian Financial Review. In addition, it engages in digital publishing, online dating, weather services, e-health, online education, video-on-demand, online jobs search, and online tender businesses. Further, the company provides residential, commercial, and rural property marketing solutions and search tools for buyers, investors, sellers, renters, and agents through mobile and tablet apps, at domain.com.au, as well as through metropolitan and regional newspapers. Additionally, it has a portfolio of lifestyle-oriented products focused on running, swimming, food and wine, parenting, and the arts; and operates a news and entertainment site, stuff.co.nz. The company also operates news, talk, and sport radio stations in Sydney and Melbourne. Fairfax Media Limited was incorporated in 1990 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
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