Southern Cross Media (SXL.AX)
AVG DIRECTIONAL INDEX
Trading: HOLD @ $1.15
Signal Strength: MEDIUM
Indicator can be used in isolation or in additional to another technical indicator to confirmation for trading entry. This indicator has been constructed to highlight the existence of a trend for an assocaited timeframe. Trend determining indicators can be used in short, medium or long term timeframes & determines if the stock is trending or ranging. Once the trend status is quantified, this can then be coupled to additional indicators to add a significant advantage to the trading strategy.
Southern Cross Media (ASX:SXL) has confirmed a weak trend is presentSouthern Cross Media has an ATR(14) of 0.038, a DX of 9.07 & an ADX(14) of 21.5
The Average Directional Index (ADX) Minus Directional Indicator (-DI) and Plus Directional Indicator (+DI) represent a group of directional movement indicators that form a trading system developed by Welles Wilder.
Calculation: Average Directional Movement Index (ADX):
Trend Strength ;
1) 0-25 = Absent or Weak Trend;
2) 25-50 = Strong Trend;
3) 50-75 = Very Strong Trend;
4) 75-100 Extremely Strong Trend;
PROFILE: Southern Cross Media (SXL.AX)
Stock Exchange: ASX
Company: Southern Cross Media
Ticker Codes: | SXL.AX | ASX:SXL |
Southern Cross Media Group Limited engages in the creation and broadcasting of content on free to air commercial radio, TV, and online media platforms in Australia. The company owns 140 radio stations across 68 markets; and owns 19 regional free to air television licenses that cover 30 regional sub markets. It provides online advertising and integration through approximately 85 Websites; and develops microsites, mobile apps, online videos, and social media campaigns for clients. The company was formerly known as Macquarie Media Group. Southern Cross Media Group Limited is based in South Melbourne, Australia.
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