BOTTOM LINE: MTN has been range bound between 15,650cps and 10,475cps
After maintaining support at 10,475cps, MTN breached the resistance trend-line of its medium-term bear trend. It confirmed a positive breakout above 12,740cps, and then pulled back from an overbought position – as a return move, which is a common reversal after a breakout.
Now that MTN is regaining composure, we expect it to trade through our buying level at 12,740cps once again. Investors could increase positions at 13,500cps, and the target remains at 15,650cps.
A reversal below 11,975cps could see MTN retest its key support level at 10,475cps, and a failure to hold there would extend medium-term downside through 9,500cps.
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