Ale Property (LEP)

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS SUMMARY

[NEUTRAL]: Ale Property has a neutral trend in the short term timeframe. The buyers & sellers are not dominant enough to swing the daily trend



The Tricklar short term trend indicator (T1) highlights the high points and low points associated with the individual bars. As such, successive rallies penetrating preceding high points whilst cancelling preceding lower troughs offer a BULLISH indication in the second time frame. Conversely, failure of rallies to penetrate previous Lower peaks whilst maintaining prices below the previous lower troughs indicates BEARISH trends in the second timeframe.

Calculation: Tricklar short trend (T1):
1) [BULLISH] An uptrend is a succession of higher highs and higher lows;
2) [BEARISH] A downtrend is a succession of lower highs and lower lows;


PROFILE: Ale Property (LEP.AX)


Stock Exchange: ASX
Company: Ale Property
Ticker Codes: | LEP.AX | ASX:LEP |

About Ale Property (ASX:LEP):

ALE Property Group (ASX:LEP) is the owner of Australia's largest portfolio of freehold pub properties. Established in November 2003, ALE owns a portfolio of around 86 pub properties across the five mainland states of Australia. All of the properties are leased to Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group Limited (ALH) for an average initial term of around a further 13 years.

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