Ausnet Services

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The win ratio for price rise in the first timeframe for the last 12 months is 0x giving a total win/loss ratio of 4x

[BULLISH]: Ausnet Servicesbuyers are currently keener than sellers and are driving the price up. This is the first day of price rise for AST adding strength to an uptrend change in the first timeframe. The biggest upward movement this month has been 2.9 & the greatest daily positive change this year has been 19.7. The longest consecutive upswing rally over the last 12 months has been 5 days giving a total rally upward movement of 20%. This quarter, the largest upswing rally has been 5 days giving a total rally upward movement of 20%. The win ratio for price rise in the first timeframe for the last 12 months is 0x giving a total win/loss ratio of 4x. Over the last month the average daily upward movement has been 1.800000%

Continuation of the overbought CCI signal for AST.AX

Continuation of the overbought CCI signal for AST.AX

[BEARISH]: Ausnet Services (ASX:AST) current trading has maintained the Commodity Channel Index to overbought status and signalled the continuation of the bearish trading conditions. Currently, the CCI is 170. The bearish signal has been active for 0 day. During the quarter, the highest CCI value was 228.

Trading for Ausnet Services highlights the commitment of buyers to carry positions overnight.

[BULLISH]: Ausnet Services buyers are in control at the market close. This is the first day of buyer commitment for Ausnet Services adding strength to an uptrend in the first timeframe & highlights the commitment of buyers to carry positions overnight. Over the last 12 months there has been 4 trading days with the closing price in the upper part of the range giving a confirmation ratio of 1.5%. Over the last month there has been 4 trading days with the closing price in the upper range giving a confirmation ratio of 36.4%. Currently this quarter, closing price has spent 4 days in the upper price range compared to 1 days in the lower range giving a ratio of 4x.

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