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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS SUMMARY

Mineral Resources (MIN.AX)


Indicator:

PRICE CHANGE


Last Signal:

BULLISH


Trading: BUY @ $16.06
Signal Strength: WEAK
Recommendation:

Indicator MUST BE USED in additional to another technical indicator to confirmation for trading entry. Indicator can be applied to the short term timeframe but is only able to give and indication of the strength of the buyers versus sellers at the market close. This bar analysis can provide guidance on the daily battle between sellers and buyers from the companies recent trading.


Mineral Resources (ASX:MIN) buyers are currently keener than sellers and are driving the price up. This is the first day of price rise for MIN adding strength to an uptrend change in the first timeframe. The biggest upward movement this month has been 5.2 & the greatest daily positive change this year has been 5.2. The longest consecutive upswing rally over the last 12 months has been 5 days giving a total rally upward movement of 2558.1%. This quarter, the largest upswing rally has been 4 days giving a total rally upward movement of 9.2%. The win ratio for price rise in the first timeframe for the last 12 months is 0x giving a total win/loss ratio of 1.3x. Over the last month the average daily upward movement has been 1.300000%



The only price most market participants look at is the closing price in relation to the previous day’s close. As such the position of the close has the ability to highlight recent performance and indirectly the keenness of traders.

[Calculations] Close Today Versus Close Yesterday (CTCY):
1) [Close] > [Close Yesterday] = Buyers keener than sellers;
2) [Close] < [Close Yesterday] = Sellers keener than buyers;
3) [Close] = [Close Yesterday] = Neither are keener


PROFILE: Mineral Resources (MIN.AX)


Stock Exchange: ASX
Company: Mineral Resources
Ticker Codes: | MIN.AX | ASX:MIN |

About Mineral Resources (ASX:MIN):

Mineral Resources Limited operates as a mining services and processing company in Australia, China, Singapore, and internationally. It operates through three segments: Mining Services & Processing, Mining, and Central. The company offers contract crushing, screening, and processing services on build-own-operate or build-operate basis for mining companies; mine services, such as materials handling, plant and equipment hire and maintenance, tails recovery, and aggregate crushing; and design, engineering, and construction services in the resources sector. It also manages the processing, production, logistics, ship loading, marketing, and export of the resources on behalf of tenement owners. In addition, the company has a portfolio of iron ore assets in the Yilgarn and Pilbara regions of Western Australia; produces manganese from its Sunday Hill and Ant Hill tenements within the Pilbara region; and owns 43.1% interest in the Mt Marion lithium project located to the south west of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Further, it offers project management and delivery services for pipeline engineering and construction, mine dewatering systems and hydrocarbon management, HDPE lined steel, polyethylene pipe fittings and components, rock trenching and terrain levelling, underground cable installation, and plant and equipment hire. Mineral Resources Limited was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Applecross, Australia.

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