Technical Lines in Focus for China Yuchai International (CYD) as Pivot Hits $15

Investors tracking technical indicators on shares of China Yuchai International (CYD) may be focusing in on the 20-Day Bollinger Bands signal. After a recent check, we have noted that the current reading is Hold. This short-term indicator may be used to help spot oversold and overbought conditions. The direction of the signal is presently Falling. Tracking another signal, we can see that the 10-day moving average Hilo channel reading is currently Buy. This indicator calculates the moving average based on highs/lows rather than the closing price. The direction of this signal has been spotted as reading Strengthening.

Many traders use technical analysis to make stock trading decisions. One of the most popular technical indicators is the moving average. Moving averages are versatile and can be used to smooth out stock price fluctuations. Moving averages can be used to help determine underlying trends and to spot early stage directional changes. Moving averages can be observed from various time periods. Depending on the time frame used when monitoring moving averages, investors may look to identify buy and sell signals based on stock price crossovers of a particular MA. Many traders will use MA indicators alongside other technical indicators to help spot the best positions for entry and exit points.

China Yuchai International (CYD) currently has a standard deviation of +0.98. Standard deviation is defined as a measure of the dispersion from the mean in regards to a data set. When dealing with financial instruments, the standard deviation is applied to the annual rate of return to help measure the volatility of a particular investment. Watching the standard deviation may help investors see if a stock is primed for a major move. The stock’s current pivot is 15. The pivot point is typically used as a trend indicator. The pivot is the average of the close, low, and high of the prior trading period.

China Yuchai International (CYD)) currently has a 6 month MA of 16.21. Investors may use moving averages for different reasons. Some may use the moving average as a primary trading tool, while others may use it as a back-up. Investors may be watching when the stock price crosses a certain moving average and then closes on the other side. These moving average crossovers may be used to help identify momentum shifts, or possible entry/exit points. A cross below a certain moving average may signal the beginning of a downward move. On the other end, a cross above a moving average may indicatet a possible uptrend. Investors may be focused on multiple time periods when studying moving averages. Zooming out a bit further, we have noted that the 9 month moving average is currently 17.96.

Investors may be tracking the average range on shares of China Yuchai International (CYD). The stock currently has a 9 day average range of 0.52. This a moving average of trading ranges over a 9 day time frame. With this value, higher numbers tend to occur at market bottoms while lower values may be spotted during extended sideways periods. Looking at the 9 day relative strength reading, we can see that the value is currently 78.96%. This technical momentum indicator compares the size of recent gains to recent losses helping to identify possible overbought and oversold conditions.

The opinion signal for the current session is 24% Buy for China Yuchai International. Investors may also be watching the strength and direction of the opinion signals. The opinion direction is presently Average. This is a measurement over the last three trading sessions that gives an indication of whether the latest recent price movement is following the signal. A Buy or Sell signal with a “Strongest” direction indicates that the signal is gaining strength. The opinion strength signal is presently reading Weak. This is a longer-term measure verse the historical strength.

Investors may have to periodically remind themselves that they don’t have to be locked in to any given trade. Sometimes, even the best researched trade may go sour. Doubling down on losses can be a dangerous game even for the experienced investor. Investors may hold out exiting a certain trade with the hope that eventually the stock will bounce back and they can at least break even. Of course this may occasionally be the case, but there is also the chance that a stock may continue to spiral downward. Investors who are able to control their emotions and logically manage their positions may give themselves a slight advantage when tough decisions need to be made. Nobody can say for sure which way the market momentum will swing on any given day, but being prepared for those swings can help the trader or investor make the best possible decisions at any given moment.